For several years now, Lyoness has been hosting (some of) its mass deception events under the name 'Lyoness Sensation'. On these decadent, extravagant events, the victims of the Lyoness racket are encouraged to believe that Lyoness is their way out of financial slavery, into the world of financial freedom, if only they are willing to give their money to Lyoness, and convince others to do the same.
To the untrained eye of many casual observers, as well as of the often severely deluded victims, these events may seem impressive - and are tactically positioned as a symbol of the success of Freidl and his 'brilliant company', yet if one considers how many investors (currently 3,000,000, according to Lyoness' official communication channels) have been attracted by Lyoness, and how much money they have invested into this system (Lyoness had a global turnover of about 1.2 billion dollars last year, of which 99.7% derived from down payments on future purchases), it becomes clear that in the light of these facts, these expenditures are everything but impressive, as they are paid for from a huge pile of stolen money, much like the other 'impressive' expenditures (such as charity) by Lyoness.
However, there is reason to believe that not many 'Lyoness Sensation' events will be organised anymore. Plattform Lyoness has reported that Lyoness had announced its next 'Sensation' event to take place in February 2014 (to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the 'shopping community'), yet that as soon as this announcement appeared, it disappeared again too. So far, it is unclear when Lyoness will organise its next 'Sensation' event, and it looks like there is not going to be one (at least, none has been announced through the official Lyoness channels). Almost certainly, there will not be a 'Lyoness Sensation' event in 2013 (why else would Lyoness have announced its next event for the beginning of 2014), whereas the 'Lyoness Sensations' used to be an annual thing. In 2010, there were even two 'Lyoness Sensations' in one year.