Hempworx

Deceived people

Advertised it was legal to import hemp oil as a Food supplement. Mislead Australian and Canadian people. Government have posted a statement letting people know hempworx WAS NOT invited to get a lisence . Its up to individual companies to get the proper paperwork in place . Yet hempworx CEO continued assuring us it was all above board…

Is Hempworx a scam?
Hempworx is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Hempworx legit?
First Hempworx is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Hempworx’s consumers?
There is/are 22 review(s) posted about Hempworx and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Hempworx located?
Hempworx is located at 5000 Estate Enighed, Independence, KS 67301, USA. You can contact Hempworx by dialing N/A or visit their website N/A before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Hempworx’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $500 was the total loss incurred by Hempworx’s customers.

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22 Reviews on Hempworx

  1. Great product

    I started taking Hempworx about 2years ago! I have used many other brands that are nowhere near as good! Hempworx has helped me tremendously with many health problems… but mostly with my severe back pain and arthritis in my hands. Without this product I am in almost constant pain. It is a great product…. it sure works for me.

  2. Scammers

    Liars. They lie about when bringing cbds into Canada and have for years and steal everyone’s teams after they kick you out fir calling them out!

  3. You tried others because they didn’t work for you? How stupid are you?

  4. Yet Another "Hopium" Company

    I am not an affiliate but was just reading reviews of this company since I just received a spam email in my inbox about it. This email was focused on 6-7 figures being made by those who joined without having to recruit anyone because their team would somehow do it for you – LOL.
    After reading some of the other comments on here, it reminds me of another company called Equinox which was around in 1999 era, which I was a distributor for briefly, and was shutdown a couple years later after I got out. They had all the legit products and compensation plan and everything, right up until they were shutdown. Their main mistake which made it illegal was they were dangling riches and wealth in front of people to get them to join and front-load their own businesses. The CEO would talk to all the top affiliates like total crap, and they would always say they you were not working hard enough even though the average affiliate made less than $200 per month. The initial success of that company was not based off sales of the overpriced products, which don’t matter, but rather on recruitment of more and more people into the scheme. This was where the real money was made and that made it illegal. Only the people at the very top were making any real money. This eventually invited a government investigation and got the CEO sent to jail and barred from the MLM industry for life. This Hempworx is just another one of the same thing, which preys on people’s hope for a more secure financial future, but will end in poverty for the vast majority of its affiliates.

  5. Don't do it.

    Don’t waste your time or money,.
    Their reps give you a whole different picture when they’re trying to get you to sign up, then what it actually is. They’ll tell you that you’ll get 50% commission. Not true! They will tell you that if you really want to make money you need to buy the Director or Executive pack(which is $599). The average monthly income at the Executive rank is ONLY $80 a month. Now, what they don’t tell you is that if you don’t sell $599 a month worth of products, you have to make up that difference every month buying product or you lose your rank. Also, selling the products isn’t really pushed that much, recruiting is. In all the groups it’s always focused on bringing people into the business by building your downline. Which I found odd. You’re pushed to front load products. It’s more of a order products and you can sell them at vendor events or to friends and family kind of thing. Then when all the new products were released we were told to buy them all and be a product or the products BS. It’s always about YOU buying. And they say you don’t have to buy product to be an affiliate and that 100% a LIE. If you want to earn a commission, you have to buy every month!!!

    There is absolutely NO support and it’s very clickish and cult like to me. We were told told to join medical illness, anxiety, depression groups etc and tell them what their CBD oil has done for us-even if it did nothing. Basically just lie if you have to.

    And when you’ve done everything’they’ve told you to do, you’re still not working hard enough. It’s always YOUR fault. It wasn’t until a good friend of mine told me these were pyramid schemes, that I realized I got duped. She pulled up their Income Disclosures online, and that’s when I seen the real truth. My own fault for not reading them prior to signing up. You’ll find they create a sense of urgency to get you in, before you can even do any research. Which again, my own fault. I got out immediately after reading those.

    And anyone who is praising them is selling for them and still drinking the Kool Aid. My advice it don’t bother reading the compensation plan first, because that’s just bullshit, instead read the two years of Income Disclosure Statements LINE BY LiNE,And look at how many affiliates make what amount at what rank. Like only 150 people in the company even averaged $1300 a month and I think only like 50 people average $2500 a month.

    You’ll never be successful at this business because like another reviewer said, the people at the tippy top are getting salaries, they started there, they didn’t work themselves from the bottom up like they make you believe.

    People still in try and make you believe that people who complain just didn’t know how to work their “biz” and thought we were just gonna come in and make money, And that’s not true. Those people just say that because they’re still holding out hope that they’ll make it, and unfortunately, they won’t. Their own numbers don’t lie…

    Just be careful and do a ton of research prior to joining. Talk to people who left and ask them why they left, ask them how much they invested, how much they lost. Don’t ask the affiliates, because they’ll just tell you everything you’d ever want to hear.

  6. Great Product & Company

    I have been using the CBD oil for over a year now. The oil helped me so much with my joint discomfort I joined the company as an affiliate. If you want to make an income with this company, you need to work it as a business/job.

Reviews:22
Reported Loss :500 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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