About Loral Langemeier
Loral Langemeier is the CEO of Live Out Loud, now Integrated Wealth Systems (found at IntegratedWealthSystems.com), a wealth building and financial education center. Loral is also an accomplished author and guest speaker, with best selling titles and many television appearances.
She uses her own success as a playbook for how everyday people can break the cycles they are in and achieve financial freedom and build wealth. She had started and ran several businesses claiming to have reached a networth of over $1 million before getting involved with coaching.
Along the way she has partnered and developed products with some of the leading voice in personal coaching and financial mentorship; most notably Robert Kiyosaki and Bob Proctor.
Books, Events and Seminars:
Loral Langemeier’s books and programs are based around her concepts of Wealth Cycle Investing and team building. The Integrated Wealth Systems website, that Loral Langemeier developed, encourages her students to use each other as resources through the forum. She believes that having a network of support is crucial to achieving your financial goals.
Some of her best known published works include:
- “Building Your Wealth Cycles”
- “Building Your Business, Leading Your Business, Protecting Your Business…”
- “The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do”
- “The Millionaire Maker’s Guide to Wealth Cycle Investing”
- “The Millionaire Maker’s Guide to Creating a Cash Machine for Life”
- “Put More Cash in Your Pocket”
- “Yes! Energy: The Equation To Do Less Make More”
Her company has been providing wealth education for nearly 20 years and in that time have developed a plethora of learning tools, audio guides, and much more. The focus of her work often times is to get people to think like entrepreneurs and not employees.
Some of her more advanced training products include: 3 Days to Cash, $100K Challenge and Loral’s Big Table.
According to her this is not the kind of thinking that is taught in schools however this precisely how millionaires get to where they are.
You can also attend local workshops, seminars, and field trips put on by Integrated Wealth Systems when they pass through your area. If you can’t attend she hosts a weekly Q&A on facebook where you can participate in engaging discussions.
If you have questions or concerns about any Integrated Wealth Systems materials or events you can reach someone by callling (775) 588-9200 or by using the contact form at IntegratedWealthSystems.com .
You can find mixed reviews of Loral’s products. Some claim that her advice is oversimplified and at times misleading. While others have found her books and insights highly valuable.
As with most motivational products there are differences of opinions which are closely tied to the amount of work people put in themselves.
For instance Loral Langemeier’s team building strategy proposes that everyone should have a support team of Lawyers, CPAs, Brokers, and Investors. While this may be difficult and unrealistic for some, those that are able to assemble this kind of team will greatly benefit from it.
Other redeemable qualities of Loral Langemeier’s work can be found in its motivational capabilities. If her books or seminars can get you to actually pursue a business opportunity or research an investment vehicle then they can be called a success.
Overall, her materials can put you in the right mindset and introduce you to investment topics and strategies that may help you accomplish your financial goals. Some people think that this type of information is worth the price but others don't.
Competitors and Alternatives:
If you’re interested in seminar style advice and money make over programs there are many keynote speakers and mentors available. Some popular options include Dave Ramsey, Robert Kiyosaki, and Teeka Tiwari.
If you have read any of Loral’s book or have attended a Integrated Wealth Systems live event please leave a detailed review below and share if you have benefited from her advice.
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102 ‘Loral Langemeier’ Reviews
I paid around $12,000 for her program(Laura's Big Table) and then also invested $25,000 in one of her business partners so called investment opportunity and lost all of it within 2 years. I still am VERY UPSET about losing that much money!! STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS SCAM ARTIST!!!!!
I'm currently fighting to get a $25K investment refunded to my client who trusted Loral Langemeier and her very charming group. They dance around and go silent...feels just like fraud and it's heartbreaking while my client is out there with his team helping people stay safe from COVID-19.
I wish I was here to protect my client last year when he trusted, respected and invested in Loral!!!!
She and her crew will tell you anything to get your money. It's a total scam. Stay as far away from her as you can!!
My rating is zero, do I have to mark a star? Really?
I should have realized how it was when I went to Laurel's 3 Days to Cash first of all which I think cost me $500 I didn't really have. Idea is you try to sell your product to the rest of the people there and everyone makes a certain amount. Sounds good, except the money has to come from somewhere, so I actually bought more other's peoples products than I sold, so it cost me more. She encourages pre sales, so I only saw one of those products I bought for $10 each ever and I am still working on mine. My people WILL get their product when it is produced, however, I will make sure of that.
Then a very slick sales lady called me up and, really wanting to start a business and needing some kind of assistance, I gave Loral half of the meager 401K I had for coaching in a $100K Program. (I was retired even then, mind you, she likes to take advantage of poor people who are desperate.) Promise was that you would be making $100K after the first year if you did all she suggested to do or your money would be refunded. Well, I tried my best to do everything, but one tricky part is talking to people about your business daily which was hard to keep up with. I am sure doing more of that MIGHT have helped, but there is no way I would have ever brought in $100K in a year unless I knew more about things than I did. The program did give my business some direction it needed and get me established with an S Corp (which they had me go through another company to set up and it cost another thousand dollars for no reason) that still 3.5 years later is merely an expense. I am perservering and one day I will succeed with my books and paintings, but it is still taking the slow boat to China and having to deal with the S Corp for no reason has been a pain. Not worth dissolving it if I will eventually make money though so I keep it. The woman who signed me up got offered to get a tax number for me, did it in my name not a business name
My relative got suckered in by her scam. I really have a hard time believing she still walks freely and is not behind bars. This is very Madoffish.
This company lures you in with big promises and guarantees. They use high pressure sales techniques. Most of their business coaches don't own businesses and never have owned business. They teach you how to sell a product before you even have one created. It is the way their system works so they teach others to do the same thing. Those that can't do teach...and they definitely don't "do" what they teach. They also try to convince you once you are in to spend even more money on very questionable investments. Stay as far away from them as possible.
All the people I know from my Big Table participation invested large amounts of money and lost it all. This is a shady operation that makes money from, not only hefty initial fees for their program but also from the high-risk investments they promote in the program.
What a disaster my experience was with Loral and her coaching. Prompting me to take action when I had no idea what I was doing and in the course of things lost $250,000 over a total of ten investments I made all of which went bad.
The only positive comments on here are ones from her staff that she paid. Her entire team is a fraud from Jeff Richmond, Loral Langemeier, Arno Karssen, Joanne Deeter, Janet Fish, Dallin Wall. They will milk you dry and they will send you packing once the well is dry. Funny thing is that many of her "students" are more successful than she is or ever will be. She claims to be worth millions but isn't even close to that. USE YOUR BRAIN AND USE YOUR GOD GIVEN INTUITION. DON'T LET THIS SCAM ARTIST DESTROY YOUR LIFE THE WAY SHE AS SOME MANY OF US. I TOO FELL VICTIM. I WAS FOOLISH ENOUGH TO LET THEM GET ME 130K IN DIFFERENT CREDIT CARDS BECAUSE THEY SAID THEY WOULD SHOW ME HOW TO USE THEM TO MAKE MORE MONEY. ALL THEY DID WAS SALE ME ONE PROGRAM AFTER ANOTHER TIL THE CARDS WERE MAXED AND NOW I DON'T HEAR FROM THEM AT ALL.
She is a scam and that is the bottom line. She is a complete fraud the only millions she has made are the millions from the people she has ripped off. If you have been ripped off by her call your credit card company ASAP and ask them to do a Charge Back and let them know that you have been lied to and defrauded. If she was so great at what she does then why is she stealing from people and unwilling to give refunds back to those that are entitled to the refund.
CALL YOU CREDIT CARD COMPANY AND DO A CHARGE BACK USE THOSE WORDS. DO IT QUICK THE MORE TIME THAT GOES BY THE HARDER IT BECOMES.
I only have the book. I paid a $5 fee for it. I have not checked my card yet to see if they took out more money than they were suppose do. I have not finished reading the book yet, but so far her plan has some pros & cons. I like the ideal of knowing exactly what your income is and knowing your exact assets and knowing exactly where your money is going. However, her investment are too risky for someone like me with a salary of $38k & only $100k in assets. I'll stick to the Dave Ramsey program and the 52 week money challenge. I may never become a millionaire, but I won't be living paycheck to paycheck either & I am satisfied with that.
By just reading her book i became a millionaire... she is brilliant... the real deal
I ordered the package from Loral Langmeier five years ago. I still have yet to receive it. They're actually expecting payment...
In 2008 I let go over $7,000+ to this organization and trusted these people with my future and earnings. Please don't mske the mistake I made. You can't trust these people.
The Loral Langemeier program is a total scam. I lost a lot of money on it because I thought they were a legit company. I guess the TV hosts that had her on showing her helping people were all in on the scam too. SHAME ON ALL OF YOU FOR STEALING MONEY FROM ALL OF US WHO TRUST YOU!!!
The last 2 comments must be fake because the rating is under 2 with the help of the last 2 high ratings fake I say...only bad advise on how to make money only one making money is those scammed by this company and tactics
I have to ask to all the people who have left 1 star reviews, how successful is your business? If you didn't NEED help then why did you go see her? You were all clearly looking for an easy way to make money - you definitely came to the wrong place.
I believe in the system she teaches. It is simple to follow and incredibly effective. All you have to do is be WILLING to MAKE CHANGES. I am on my way to becoming another Millionaire that Loral has made.
Come at me haters.
She has in home programs that you may purchase for a nominal fee which explains how to do it.
Plus she also offers courses LIVE where people can go and learn.
She is the real deal..... and has a proven track record
Hi, I don't understand why any of you didn't contact your credit card companies and dispute the charge. The issuing banks and credit card companies side on the card holder very heavily. As a business owner I have been cheated by people that claimed they didn't get their order (I don't pay for the extra sign for delivery shipping) and even though I had an email from the customer admitting they did get part of the order the credit card company wouldn't take it into consideration because it was email. ONLY signed delivery accepted since someone could have used their email instead of them which is insane. You can challenge the charges and most of you could get a charge back.