I showed an interest in a similar scam a while ago and today my mailbox is filled with scams like the Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle Scam. They are all basically the same, more or less “legal” pyramid scams where you are basically reselling the system once you pay a whole lot of money to purchase it and get settled in. Usually they lure you with a tiny sum and a whole lot of absurd promises as with this scam, where they promise commissions of $1000 and more. I don’t care what they call it, the fact is that it’s a scam!
Regardless how they try and feed it to you and lure you into signing up, the truth is that it’s completely useless and less than 1% of the people that sign up with scams such as these barely cover the costs, let alone see a profit.
In the case of the Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle scam (creative name, right?) it’s no different. Though I have read into different experiences with this scam and have myself seen several different turn of events when I visited the website, I have gathered that it costs $1.95 to sign up and access their website. It doesn’t end there though, don’t get excited about this small sum. By the time you are through you will easily be spending upwards of $1000 plus monthly fees to get up and running. By the time you realize you’ve been scammed you will continue with the monthly membership in hopes that you can at least cover the initial costs.
What is a dead giveaway that this is a scam though, are the numerous com plaints about this scam. As they target people that have little to no experience with making money online, they can easily fool them to pay wads of money for completely absurd services that cost half the price, and sometimes, can easily and quickly be done for free with just a bit of research. The testimonials in the website are all Fiverr actors that have been paid to read a script and videotape themselves claiming they’ve found the Holy Grail, so don’t fall for this old trick. I have found plenty of real people that have fallen for this scam and the results are not pretty.
With absurd promises of $1000 daily in commissions and zero proof to back it aside from stolen bankand PayPal screenshots with Photoshop touch ups, I have a hard time understanding how one would fall for this. Unfortunately, there are plenty of people out there just now getting their bearings online and learning about the wonders of making money from the comfort of their own home. The videos in the scam make this all the more appealing with lies about how easy it could be done (it is NOT easy to make money online…ever) and how difficult it would be without their help. The truth is, with a bit of research, hard work, and persistence, anyone can make money online without having to spend the absurd amounts they require at the Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle scam.