8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review – The Ultimate Rip-Off


8 Figure Dream Lifestyle may seem like the perfect system to get into because, who wouldn’t want an 8 figure lifestyle, right?

Now I am no newbie to the internet marketing game and can tell you right now that get-rich-quick schemes are a big joke.

They never work and the owners are out to take your money and run.

So will you reach your dreams or are we looking at another big fat scam?

Lets find out in this 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle review.

At a Glance

Name: 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle

Website: www.the8figuredreamlifestyle.com

Owners: Scott Miller

Price to Join: $2,149 – $22,499 (5 total packages)

My Rating: 1.5/5 stars

1.5 out of 5 stars

About 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle

Who Created this System

8FDL is the invention of Scott Miller.

However, for some odd reason he has decided to register the domain name privately and has kept his name off of the site entirely.

The only identity I could find was in his Terms and Conditions, where he mentions the company “Tidom”.

Scott Miller owns Tidom and the reason why I know this website is his work and nobody else’s.

Before we get further into this review, this person has been involved in cash-gifting schemes and ponzi schemes in the past.

When did it Launch

The domain was registered back in August 2016, but reviews didn’t start popping up until 2017.

They started as early as December 2016 and all through 2017.

So it was officially launched late 2016.

There is absolutely no one accessing this website through Google, so basically their traffic is coming from social media, blogs and forums.

Their Claims

Upon investigating their website and everything they offer, there are some things that I’ve discovered.

They claim that:

  • This system is completely done-for-you, and all that is needed for it to work is “you”
  • Everything is automated
  • They teach you everything you need to know to start earning 5 figures a month
  • A step-by-step plan that you can get started with right away
  • Support 8 hours a day
  • You’ll be matched with an experienced mentor
  • They provide the products for you to market (all digital)
  • That you can earn thousands of dollars in a few weeks

What is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle?

You’ve probably got a rough idea about what this system is all about by reading the claims that Scott Miller slaps on his website, but I’ll discuss them in fine detail below.

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is nothing more than an MLM platform (Multi-Level Marketing).

This means you can sell products or market the affiliate program, but more on that in a second.

The products

There are a variety of different products to choose from and promote…including fitness packages, self-improvement e-books, business, and more.

How to sell the products

So other MLM programs will require you to spam your friends and family on social media, forums and blogs.

However 8FDL sends you a list of people everyday via email who are ALREADY interested in your product.

Furthermore, there are templates that you can copy and paste so you’re not actually doing any selling because they’ve done it all for you.

You can choose to promote the products themselves, or skip that part entirely and jump straight into the compensation plan.

The Most Lucrative Option (Compensation Plan)

So after some extensive research, apparently no one gives a damn about the products so instead they market the hell out of the compensation plan.

This is because it brings in the most money – as a great deal of people have discovered already.

Why is it so damn popular?

Because they offer 100% commission rates for every person you bring into the system that purchases a membership.

You read that correctly, but it does come at a massive cost – literally.

The reason they offer 100% commissions is because it costs a hefty $2000, plus another $195 for the licensing fee.

And that is for the basic package. There are 5 memberships all up, with the most expensive being $22,449.

The Dreaded “Qualifier Sale”

So you’re all happy because you get your first customer (after days of hard work, if at all), and then wonder where your commission went.

Well, it has just been passed up to the person in your upline my friend.

Your FIRST commission goes to your upline but you will receive 100% commissions thereafter.

Are People Really Making Money?


There are people who are making sales and there are people who are making none.

Although there are more people struggling with 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle than there are who are actually banking with it.

And just like every other MLM out there, it isn’t easy to sell even with targeted traffic.

You need a proper training platform, not one like this where you’re forced to give your first commissions to your upline and then left out on your own with no idea what to do!

But yes, I can’t say no because there are definitely some people marketing the compensation plan and making decent money with it.

However, I bet no one is selling the products and earning money. All the income coming into the site is from affiliates marketing the compensation plan.

Any Red Flags?

Shady Owner

8FDL is actually a duplicate to another system Scott Miller owns, well use to since it shut down.

It was called 22K Collective and ended up being a massive cash-gifting scheme. Everything is exactly the same except for the name…

This means people already know that this business is shady and there’s going to be even less chances to make a sale.

Furthermore, he has owned 2 OTHER businesses – one was a 1.8 billion ponzi scheme. Need I say more?

Hiding His Identity

Actually, I will say more because this guy needs to be exposed!

Why is he hiding his identity if he is a professional company with legit products and business model?

There is no mention of his name anywhere, not even on the site.

Promises of Becoming Rich

I’ve seen this happen more times than I can remember.

Gurus promise you that you can get rich in a fast amount of time, you believe it because they have a great sales video, you pay the fee and then hope to get rich in a week or two.

That’s what Mr Scott Miller pushes onto potential customers before they join, and sadly most who pay will quit in a couple of days due to not seeing the results that were claimed (before handing over their money).

They are left with less money than before with their dream of working from home becoming more and more difficult to reach.

When people promise you fast money, get the hell out of there because it is more than likely a scam.

There are much more red flags but I’m sure you get the point.

The Flaws

Everyone’s Using the Same Scripts

No one actually cares about your products your promoting. Even though they may be targeted traffic, they don’t know you from a bar of soap.

Thousands of people are sending those scripted emails to the same list you just did, so what happens?

Your email won’t even get opened and you won’t make a dime.

The Prices are a Joke

There are SOME value for what you get, however, definitely not enough for what you pay for. Everything can be freely accessed on the net anyway!

I mean; $22000 for blueprints for a tutorial on how to create a webinar, sales page, email copy and social media?

I can search that up on Google right now and get a 5-minute crash course.

What a complete and utter joke!

Cash Gifting

Do you know why your first commission goes straight to your upline?

Because eventually it’s going to continue going up the ladder to the ultimate winner – Scott Miller, the guy who created the system.

He is the one at the top of the ladder and the reason why he offers 100% commissions, because he will keep making money no matter what.

I know I wouldn’t want to invest my money in a dishonest man like that.

Access & Membership Packages

The official website is: www.the8figuredreamlifestyle.com.

You cannot sell the products or market the affiliate program without paying first.

Here are the membership packages:

  • Basic – $2000
  • Builder – $3500
  • Advanced – $6500
  • Pro – $12,500
  • VIP – $22,000

In addition to the package prices, there are licensing fees that also need to be paid.

These go from $149 to $449.

Pros and Cons


  • Can make money


  • High-risk
  • Low value for price
  • The information can be found for free after a quick Google search (there’s no need to spend $22,000 for a tutorial on creating a webinar!)
  • Requires a huge investment
  • Nobody’s looking to buy your products
  • The owner is as shady as they get
  • Your first commission gets gifted to your upline
  • Newbies will find it hard even making ONE sale let alone two (to break even)

Is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle a Scam?

Yes, 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is hands down a scam!

Not only are they providing little value for the high price tags, but they are gifting your first commission to your upline!

This means Scott Miller continues to receive commissions from every paying customer entered into the system even though he’s offering 100% commission rates.

The 100% commission rates kick in AFTER you get your first sale.

So you’ve just lost out on $2000 anyway.

He is a flat-out liar, a dishonest person and doesn’t care about anyone other than himself.

Stay away from 8FDL or you’ll be left looking like a desperate person as you spam your links to friends and family, blogs and forums trying to market your latest and greatest “lose weight in 30 days e-book”.

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What I Recommend

8FDL is a complete joke and just another duplicate system of what the owner has created in the past.

He’s constantly creating bad sites to earn money with no value to offer.

That is all good for him, sure, but it is not a viable business opportunity for everyday people like you and I.

You need something that you can build yourself, nurture and reap the rewards in the future.

I recommend a system called Wealthy Affiliate because you’re actually building your OWN website instead of somebody else’s, and of course because you won’t be paying anywhere near $2000!

Actually, you can get started today, for FREE.

Give Wealthy Affiliate a Free Test Drive >>>


30 thoughts on “8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review – The Ultimate Rip-Off”

  1. I think if I had a choice to pay $2000 for a program built by a known scammer, or try something out for free, I’d have to go for free. I’m pretty sure that would be true for anyone, so it makes sense the program would be a hard sell anyway. Good call on getting it out there that this guy is a scammer. It’s so frustrating that he might be getting away with ripping people off. I’ll stick with Wealthy Affiliate, too. Good program and free to start, kind of a no-brainer, but good advice. 🙂

    • Great choice.

      I have no idea who would be purchasing this scam but it certainly isn’t me. I hope I can stop people from joining it before it’s too late with thousands of dollars lost.

      Thanks for the comment.

  2. I couldn’t agree with you more! There are countless SCAM guru’s that are making their websites each year promising the world – “make $5,000 your first month.” Only to make themselves richer!
    What I learned from my own investigation into internet marketing is that no one, and I mean no ONE will give you such income. It’s really a joke.
    Building an online business – no matter what you choose to do – e-commerce, blogging, selling products, coaching, affiliate marketing, ads, etc…all takes time. There’s absolutely no shortcuts. There are some black hat techniques that some internet marketers do, but it only gets them fame/traffic for a short time until Google picks up what their doing then, guess what? Penalizes their websites!

    • You would have to be 100% correct, Kseniya.

      These people know exactly what they are doing and they won’t stop because they can and will get away with it.

      As long as they don’t “guarantee” anyone anything, it is completely legal for them to do! I hope some new law comes into play in the upcoming years so these people can get fined for their scamming methods.

  3. There are legit MLMs out there with great products that take the concept and do it right. I’m a rep for one and it’s a great company, but you have to do your homework to find them. Agreed…the first red flag question should be: “Do they focus on the products or the recruiting?” If it’s all about the recruiting, with no product value…then you’ve got a Ponzi/pyramid for sure…RUN!

    Thanks for a frank, straightforward review of a dangerous scheme. Great info!

    • Oh yeah, definitely! Most of the time it IS the issue but people don’t see it. They will join even after they read all the bad reviews and face the consequences later (when they run off with their money).

  4. Thank you Brandon i have been a victim of online scheme and sometimes it’s very very hard to tell, but i appreciate the way you have given us a very detailed info. I will think twice next time

    • Absolutely, Mercy.

      That’s the trick all of them do!

      They lure people in with their “professional-looking” website and promise you millions of dollars in a matter of months.

      I’m glad I can call them out and expose their fake asses.

  5. Hey there Brandon, I love your detailed review on 8 figure lifestyle. There are many make money online schemes on the web but very few are genuine. Over $22k for a program raises quite the red flag. I wouldn’t even dare.

    • Even if I was making a million dollars a year I STILL wouldn’t slap 22k into a shady pyramid scheme like the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle.

      Even the name itself raises red flags. And you are right, don’t dare join my friend.

  6. Very good!
    This is a very good way to build up the interest of giving WA a try instead of other systems promising a “get rich” system that does not work.
    I also like the WA because of the low threshold in terms of cost and the substantial training given compared to anything else I’ve seen out there.
    Very good work, thanks.

    • Thanks for your thoughts on the Wealthy Affiliate. In my opinion it is the #1 affiliate training platform and I will gladly back that claim up till the cows come home 🙂

  7. What an amazing in-depth post, thank you Brandon. When I first read the name Scott Miller I thought this was about the former Aussie Olympic swimmer, but I realize now they are two different people. I really despise MLM and Ponzi schemes, and yes, I’ve been burnt in the past myself. So, anyone like me would be truly appreciative of this well-written post. Thank you 🙂

    • Well, people like you are the ones I am targeting. Too many people struggle to JUST find something legit, then when the time comes it is a swim or sink situation.

      They don’t realize how much work is involved until months have passed and they’re still grinding, or when they quit after a week due to not seeing fruitful results.

      However, that’s what separates the successful people from the failures.

  8. I´m a member of wealthy affiliate and that is legit I feel because the help you can get there is awesome. I´m so happy I found this Review because I have tried to search info about the 8 figure but never really trusted the info I got.

    Think I stick to Wealthy Affiliate that suits me better thank you !

  9. Wow, I didn’t know about 8-figure dream lifestyle but the name alone makes me really suspicious. It also seems that it is really pricey to get it, complete with numerous upsells, like most internet marketing scams out there. Thanks for the heads up!

    • Well, they aren’t actually upsells, just more costly membership packages.

      When you purchase the higher ones, anyone that signs up under you will have to purchase the same one as you or higher. This is how you make the big bucks with this system.

      However, who in their right mind is going to pay $2000+ when they don’t even know what they’re getting themselves into? It just doesn’t work and the reason why this system is a waste of time and a complete joke.

    • Indeed it does, and there’s a good reason why. It doesn’t promote hype like 99% of other “online opportunities” out there.

  10. There are many such money making scam programs hovering over the internet and It is really need to be cautious regarding such money making programs, me too have researched for same over the years and found the best online education and business platform as wealthy affiliate. And It has real value for money.

    • Me too, me too. My online journey began in December, 2014. I struggled make money online until July, 2016 (when I discovered WA and created my site). To this day I have no job and wouldn’t change it for the world.

  11. Wow what a scumbag! $22,000 grand for an online program is just nuts, no matter what it may promise. I really appreciate your review because I am always online checking out new courses or programs on internet marketing and MMO. I would never pay two-thousand bucks to join a sketchy online program. Now I know to not even waste my time. Thanks, for the great review!

    • The proof is in the pudding my man.

      As you can see in the screenshot someone has ACTUALLY purchased the 22,000 membership and made crazy amounts of money with it.

      However, the real question is: is that account legit or just a fake created by the owner to help sell it? I think this very well might be the case here.

      Anyway…I am glad you found it helpful, and good luck in your online ventures!

  12. Wow, the price alone turned me off. I don’t have that type of money laying around. I’m very thankful for WA, and you for putting out these types of articles.

  13. Informative write-up. I try to stay away from anything and everything MLM….maybe because I’ve had a bad experience once, and don’t want to be burned again. Personally, I think all MLM’s are the same i.e. they are a flawed model and thrive on exploiting the vulnerable. If a product were so good, why would you need MLM to sell it? It just doesn’t make sense to me….you know what I mean? I’m interested to hear your thoughts, and I look forward to your response.

    • Much like you, I stay away from MLMs and always have. I have never been involved in them for the simple reason that it’s not even your business. You’re essentially creating wealth for the owners and everyone in your upline.

      And yes I definitely do know what you mean. Even if you do “make it big” with an MLM, the income doesn’t even last long because people stop joining.

  14. Brandon…Is there a chance of a class action suit? My husband and I are in our late. 70’s and have lost everything to m8fdl. They put us in touch with the Lending Club right away to borrow $20,000 .. you know the story…no sales..more people brought in to call the leads which cost us another $600 a month. Then some guy in India was brought in to make the calls…this cost us $97 a month. A couple of months ago Brian Kaplan called me to say that they’re no longer m8fdl…they have a new company and we would be grandfathered in but it would still cost more money. At that tI me I about choked and told him we didn’t have anything left and that we had our house up for sale. Our kids are furious. I called the police and they told me to get to the bank right away and close our account so the lending club could not get into our account and keep Taking out $711.35 every month. Our bank’s fraud dept said we did the right thing and they think these two companies are connected. Any guidance will be appreciated. I’m afraid the big gun are going to come after us.

    • I’m so sorry that you’ve been a victim of such a scam. You definitely have done the right thing with closing the account down and I would not be worried at all if I were you. No one is coming after you and no one can take anymore money from you.

      I’m not sure what else you can do at this point other than to cut your losses or take it further which might be more of a hassle than anything else. I would be furious if they were taking $700 out of my account every month too!

      Let me know what you decide to do and if you need any help I am always here to do what I can.



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