Report: #1357545

Complaint Review: The Prosperity Of Life Network

  • Submitted: Tue, February 21, 2017
  • Updated: Tue, February 21, 2017
  • Reported By: Burton101 — Central Coast Australia
  • The Prosperity Of Life Network
    13771 N. Fountain Hills Blvd
    Fountain Hill, Arizona

The Prosperity Of Life Network Prosperity For Life Trying To Scam Me Under Different Company Names Fountain Hill Arizona

*Consumer Comment: Prosperity of Life - is it a scam? Australia

*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: Prosperity of Life

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I have been called 5 times by Prosparity for life posing under different company names in an attempt to deceptively convert me to their MLM. At first I just assumed these guys were just selling similar products but then after the 3rd call I knew something was up. The same pitch, the same products and the same hungry sales method. I asked how they got my name and number... no plausible answer.

After the 5th call, I had had enough, decided to do my due dilligence and research who these guys were. I found that they have been registered under multiple names. That's right... they wern't always called The Prosperity Of Life Network... First of they were known as 'Liberty League', then 'Polaris' and NOW 'The Prosperity Of Life Network'. You can check out their website here ( It's run by a marketing group called: Polaris Global Marketing. Turns out these guys are a particularly agressive MLM established in the United States, now targeting Australians.

Now, we can only assume why they have had to rebrand 3 times in the past 8 years and you can do your own research to see that. Their opportunity ranges from $9,000- $15,000, depending on how much you tell them you have.

Even beyond the enormous buying, what really concerned me was the methods these people are using to sell their product; approaching me 5 times under different company names hoping I would somehow 'slip up' or give them a different response to what I did in my first call. It tells me that even $9,000 later there probably wouldn't be alot of hope for me if I was even remotely interested in this opportunity. Shame these guys didn't get the picture after call number 1.

Take home message... do your research. I wouldn't touch this business with a 10 foot pole.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Prosperity of Life - is it a scam? Australia

AUTHOR: Maxwell_Silver - ()

 I recently answered an ad on social media for this company, and was genuinely interested. So I called and made some enquiries. This is what I discovered about this online, work-from-home "business opportunity"..... A few Google searches make for interesting results, including – Shane Krider (CEO) has been at this for years it seems. A class action against Liberty League International (also headed by Mr Krider and others) in Arizona ordered the company to pay back over $300,000 to members in 2008. He's also been charged and brought to court under the Racketeering Act in Arizona ** Google search: 'liberty league settlement release' for a PDF of the case, May 24th, 2006. After a

couple of other business names, Shane and wife Rachel Krider (aka Rachel Oliver) are spruiking their "new" business reincarnation called Prosperity of Life, Beyond Freedom or Polaris Global, take your pick. They have some of their previous star performers with them, Gregory Strom (high quality video marketing) and a filmmaker in his own right, Simon Haggard, Lee Anne Bartlett etc etc. They are probably needing to make their money back from previous ventures? This business started its life as Liberty League International about 15 years ago. You can check out these links - ** Search Google for 'richard herrick case ohio liberty league' for another PDF of a November 2007 case. (Second search result). How it seems to work: Prosperity of Life would have you believe that you can make $1000's per month by buying into the business. This entails buying their product – a 12 month Personal Development course for about $2,300 USD and about $150 USD per month business ongoings, plus your own social media advertising – about $150 AUD per week. This is the first step. They then

recommend seminars which costs thousands and are held overseas. They then sell you next level products, in the hope this will improve your "mindset" to be able to successfully sell the same thing to new prospective buyers. (Because if you're not selling the product, you need to work on yourself). I calculated that you could easily be encouraged to buy $50,000 AUD worth of their products and seminars to become "fully qualified". Travel costs not included. The courses and seminars all about the Law of Attraction, Vibrations, tapping into the universe and its abundance, changing your thinking about how money works, getting money to Flow, and unblocking your channels

etc. It reminds me strongly of Scientology (which I briefly looked into). Of course you don't *have* to buy anything more than the first product, plus the monthly fees and advertising (see above for costs). You can start selling to others after you've taken this step. You "hand up" (give) your first 2 sales to the person that recruited you. Only then do you start to make a profit ($1800 USD per entry level personal development course sale) by selling the same "business opportunity" to new people. These new people pass their first 2 sales up to you, and so on. Not so much a pyramid as a matrix structure. And they strongly encourage new members to ignore advice of family and friends, and

become involved with their team members of "like-minded people". Beware – this appears to be a slick ruthless unapologetic company, whose corporate leaders have honed their ideas and high quality video marketing over many years. But of course this is my conclusion, it's your decision. Just please do your own due diligence research. (FYI I live in Australia).

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#2 UPDATE Employee ..inside information

Prosperity of Life

AUTHOR: Prosperity of Life Corporate - (USA)

Prosperity of Life (POL) is a network marketing company who contracts with individuals (‘Associates’) looking for a home based self-employment opportunity. 


POL Associates are self-employed contractors who are authorized to sell POL products and enroll others into the business per the terms of their contract with the Company. As most all self-employed people do, they operate under a business/trade name. 


Associates operating under and introducing themselves using their business trade name is common practise and is not intended to be nor is it a deceptive act.


POL Associates only call or email people who answer ads and request to be contacted; they do not make unsolicited contact with people. This person likely answered one or more ads, placed by one or more Associates, for a work from home opportunity and was contacted by Associates operating under their own trade name.


Prosperity of Life has never been known as Liberty League International.


Liberty League International was founded in 2001. In 2009 the co-founders and then business partners ended their relationship; the Company closed its doors and was officially dissolved in June of 2010. This information can easily be verified by visiting the Arizona Corporation Commission records


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