Lightyear Alliance – A Third Party Review From Someone Who Didn’t Join

By:Jaime Soriano July 18, 2010

MLM Reviews

If you’re reading this review, you’re most likely looking for information about Lightyear Alliance. Lightyear Alliance has been getting a lot of buzz on the internet, and has also been getting a ton of traction offline. In this short article, I’ll go into Lightyear’s background, their services and their compensation plan. More importantly, I’ll also go into whether or not they are a scam, and what it will truly take to prosper in a company like Lightyear.

Lightyear Alliance was founded, and currently led, by Josh Henderson. It’s headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. Lightyear Alliance is actually backed by Lightyear Network Solutions, which is a solid company that’s been around since 1993. Lightyear Network Solutions is a federally licensed communications company and is now publicly traded. Lightyear Network Solutions is a company that is led and run by Josh’s father Sherm Henderson. The Henderson family has had a pretty well-documented  past when it comes to success in the telecommunications industry. In addition, the fact that Lightyear Alliance is connected to a very strong and stable “traditional” business like Lightyear Network Solutions gives it a ton of credibility and goes against the notion that it is a scam.

Lightyear Alliance is a network marketing company that sells telecommunications services. Some of the services they sell include: Wireless service, VoIP services (voice over internet protocol), VoIP cards, traditional local and long distance service, broadband internet, home security services, business services, satellite and cable TV.

They also offer a few non-telecommunications services, one of which is travel. Because they have a partnership with Travelocity, Lightyear reps can get paid when someone goes to and books travel on their travel website booking engine.

As for Lightyear Alliance’s business opportunity, you can get started as a Business Builder for a $299 one-time fee and a $50 annual renewal fee. There are a few different ways you can make money with the compensation plan which includes upfront and immediate income and re-occurring residual income. There are also other rewards and perks like free wireless credits, a luxury car program and revenue sharing pools. There seems to be a fair balance of upfront and back-end income. In addition, the compensation look fair for a new person and a big business builder.

In closing, Lightyear Alliance is definitely not a scam. It has strong corporate leadership, services people need and a fair compensation plan. However, simply joining Lightyear will not automatically make you successful. All Lightyear provides is an opportunity, nothing more and nothing less. Ultimately, your success will depend on your ability to generate leads. By using a self branding attraction marketing system, you can be fast on your way to building a wildly prosperous Lightyear Alliance business. With that said, without the ability to generate leads, it doesn’t matter how good of an opportunity Lightyear is, chances are you will have a hard time building your business and you’ll be dead in the water.

Lightyear Alliance can be a very lucrative business opportunity. Sadly, most Lightyear reps will never reach the success they desire because they lack the marketing knowledge and skills needed to sponsor 10-20 reps a month. To see how top industry experts are generating 50-100 leads a day for their business, visit Jaime Soriano’s MLM Training

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