Scam Review

League of Power

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Wealth Generating Scam
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Recommended: No/Scam

The League of Power Review

The League of Power offer is from Mark Bentley and is found at

In a nutshell, some members state that this is “Give the gift of wealth, power and freedom”.

However, many have deemed this to be a scam website full of misinformation designed to lure the desperate uninitiated who want to make that elusive quick buck online.

Every once in a while I come across something so awful, they don’t even bother to scrub their blackened online reputation because it’s just not worth the trouble and costs.

There is a substantial amount of complaints registered online by people who got duped by League of Power and their bait-and-switch trick of getting you to sign up “for free”.

Once you sign up with they charge a $27 monthly fee.

For what, you may ask?


This review has been fully researched with information, comments, and testimonials that are available on the internet to anyone in the public space.

Any conclusions drawn by myself or anyone else on the ScamXposer staff in these reviews are purely opinions.

Well, the stuff they send you is pretty lame, and sometimes vaguely interesting at best, but it’s the way they double and triple dip that is alarming.

After 2 weeks, League of Power sends you a CD and a DVD with vague information which they later charge you as many times as they can before you get wise.

Several people found charges for the so-called free information sends you.

The DVD is amateur junk and the CD never really gives you clear instructions on how to start making money online.

Some have complained in outrage after signing up.


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League of Power claims you need to spend almost $2,000 for a complete success package.

A far cry from the initial $27.

Therein lays the bait and switch.

We’ve come across a few wealth-generating scams like in our time.

So, with wrongful overcharging, empty promises, double talk, vague information, and consumer complaints of no refunds…

I am going with a sound and solid NO on TheLeagueofPower and recommend that you pass on them as well.

Walk to the other side of the cyber street to avoid this nasty little gem of a scam.

Thanks for reading our The League of Power review.

By author David Harris. Updated on January 5, 2023, at 7:51 AM CST.



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