Liberty League Review

By Terry Lynn - Updated on 12/30/2020
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In this article, I’ll provide my Libery League review.

Like many other work at home opportunities Liberty League business opportunity promises its followers vast wealth. Among many other things it promises private jets, vacations and very fancy cars. Is this obtainable?

In June 2009, Liberty League International, at 14300 North Northsight Boulevard, Suite 210, of Scottsdale, AZ was sued in a federal court. The class action lawsuit was filed due to unsubstantiated income claims and false/deceptive marketing. See the details here.

Information regarding what Liberty League previously offered:

With the Liberty League business opportunity you will be asked to sell three packages. The first package, called the Freedom Package, is the cheapest at $1495. The second is the Liberty Three Day Conference priced at $7995 and the third is The Summit with a price tag of $12,995. All of these packages include a motivational speech that is promised to change your life for the better. The Liberty League business associates make their money by selling these packages and receiving a commission from it.

There is a start up fee for this business. You can buy in at three different levels starting around fifty-five dollars and going all the way up to five hundred dollars. You can get a one eight hundred number along with a website to help you promote your business.

You will have to put a lot of time into this business to make it work and you must be very comfortable selling since this company is based on that technique. The program is very difficult to understand. If it’s hard for you to understand, then guess how many other people will have a tough time understanding enough to join.

There is a chance that you could invest money into starting this business and it never producing you a dollar.

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