Lifestyle Marketing Group was evaluated by BehindMLM in June 2020.
Shain Hymon was the CEO of the firm. Its business strategy was a $50-per-month pyramid scheme.
Later that month, BehindMLM evaluated Jaa Lifestyle, which was also led by Hymon.
The early business plan of Jaa Lifestyle blended securities fraud with pyramid recruitment.
Jaa Lifestyle said it was “remodeling” a few weeks before BehindMLM’s evaluation.
As as late June 2020, Jaa Lifestyle was a magazine subscription pyramid scam.
BehindMLM returned to Jaa Lifestyle in August 2021, only to discover that the firm had relaunched as a crypto Ponzi scam.
Shain Hymon was conspicuously absent from the relaunch of Jaa Lifestyle (right).
It’s unknown whether he’s still associated with Jaa Lifestyle.
Hymon’s marketing and social media outlets have largely been discontinued. On September 8th, he updated his personal Facebook profile.
A reader recently inquired about an updated Lifestyle Marketing Group evaluation.
This was based on LMG commercial videos that appeared between early and mid-2021.
While Hymon’s position inside Jaa Lifestyle is unknown, it appears he has relaunched Lifestyle Marketing Group with a new business plan.
Today we return to Lifestyle Marketing Group for an update.
Products by Lifestyle Marketing Group
There are no retailable items or services offered by Lifestyle Marketing Group.
Affiliates can only promote Lifestyle Marketing Group affiliate membership.
The Compensation Plan of Lifestyle Marketing Group
The Lifestyle Marketing Group compensation model is divided into two parts: matrix point generation and the $50 subscription backend.
Affiliates of Matrix Point Generation Lifestyle Marketing Group pay $10 to $40 per month for matrix jobs.
Blue – $10 monthly
Bronze: $20 per month
Silver is $30 per month.
$40 per month for gold
Lifestyle Marketing Group distributes commissions using a 37 matrix.
An affiliate is placed at the top of a 37 matrix, with three spots directly behind them:
The initial level of the matrix is formed by these three places. The second level of the matrix is created by dividing these three places into three additional positions (9 positions).
The matrix’s levels three through seven are created in the same way, with each new level containing three times as many spots as the preceding level.
Each monthly charge matrix slot has its own 37 matrix tier.
Points are obtained as places in each tier matrix are filled by purchases made by future directly and indirectly recruited affiliates.
Filling a place in the Blue matrix tier yields 1 point per month; filling a position in the Bronze matrix tier yields 2 points per month; filling a position in the Silver matrix tier yields 3 points per month; and filling a position in the Gold matrix tier yields 4 points per month.
As long as monthly matrix position fees are paid, points are accumulated.
Points are used to calculate the “subscription commissions” described below.
Commissions on Subscriptions
A unilevel compensation system is used by Lifestyle Marketing Group to pay subscription commissions.
In a unilevel compensation system, an affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed right under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates acquire new affiliates, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on for an unlimited number of levels.
The maximum number of chargeable unilevel team levels at Lifestyle Marketing Group is seven.
A subscription commission position costs $50 a month, or 50 points derived from Bronze to Gold matrices (see “matrix point generation” above for further information).
A $1 monthly commission is provided for each $50 monthly subscription spot filled in an affiliate’s unilevel team.
Joining Lifestyle Marketing Group Affiliate Membership is completely free.
Participation in the associated income opportunity, on the other hand, necessitates a monthly investment of $10 to $100 in matrix positions.
A $50 monthly subscription fee for a unilevel post is also charged.
Affiliates of Lifestyle Marketing Group can acquire up to fifty $50 per month unilevel position subscriptions.
Conclusion of the Lifestyle Marketing Group
Lifestyle Marketing Group is a continuation of Shain Hymon’s pyramid scam from previous year.
Join for as low as $10 per month and invite at least three friends.
Affiliates paid $75 and later $50 for at least one unilevel position in LMG’s initial mode.
The matrix points system has reduced this to only $10, albeit it does top out at $100 if all four matrices are purchased.
Aside than that, it’s more of the same. Advertising subscriptions, according to Hymon, are available through
Next Level Marketing & Advertising Inc., our pre-IPO partner
What Hymon does not reveal is that he owns Next Level Marketing & Advertising Inc.
In reality, it’s all part of the same firm.
After more than a year of ostensibly selling advertising, Next Level Marketing & Advertising Inc.’s website had no visitors (Alexa).
Next Level Promoting & Advertising Inc. looks to be experiencing difficulties… well, marketing itself.
None of this should come as a surprise, because advertising has always been a hoax.
The business plan of Lifestyle Marketing Group is to join up, pay fees, then attract others to do the same.
As I previously stated in June 2020;
That implies that as recruitment slows, so will commissions.
The logic of pyramid schemes ensures that the vast majority of participants will not return their investment.
This remains true as long as Lifestyle Marketing Group’s primary business strategy is a pyramid scam.