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. Scott Morrison

    Hempworx is NOT a scam in my opinion

    In my opinion Hempworx is not a scam. I have been using their 750 CBD oil for 5 months now and it is awesome. I have had bad knees for 10 years and had my right knee replaced 2 years ago. My left knee is not far behind, but with taking Hempworx CBD oil my daily pain is much more tolerable. I will also mention although I am not supposed to make income statements so I will keep it vague. I am making an income with Hempworx, Direct deposit to my acct every week.

    1. Danielle

      Funny how you ALL say that you make money but their own Income Disclousre Statement shows otherwise. It shows that less than 1% even make an average of $1,000 a year. Now, factor in all the products you bought and money you spent on Marketing etc and you probably walked away with a loss. When will people realize that you’ll never find an MLM where more than 1% make actual money. MLM’s weren’t designed for everyone to be sitting at the top of the pyramid. 🙄 Even the FTC warns against joining them as they’ve shown that 99% of people who join one, lose money.

  2. Scott Morrison

    Hempworx is NOT a scam in my opinion

    In my opinion Hempworx is not a scam. I have been using their 750 CBD oil for 5 months now and it is awesome. I have had bad knees for 10 years and had my right knee replaced 2 years ago. My left knee is not far behind, but with taking Hempworx CBD oil my daily pain is much more tolerable. I will also mention although I am not supposed to make income statements so I will keep it vague. I am making an income with Hempworx, Direct deposit to my acct every week.

  3. Tana Rigets

    Ptescription

    Hempworx is a joke. Lying to all of us that its legal. They pretty well destroyed ever affiliate that was selling it. Now the new thing is that Josh the CEO got caught. He still does not have the liscense to sell CBD. Now you need a prescription to buy hempworx. You have to get a consultation from one of their doctors and pay 150.00 fee. And you say anything negative about the company they ban you instantly from their groups. They found this loop hole to be able to sell in Canada. This was the only way he could scam some more. Its going to be legal in Canada in Oct. Why would you need to buy from hempworx. They figure they are the only company in the world that sells full spectrum. Its kind of like a cult, the company has brain washed affiliates to make them think their product is the best. I can get CBD in Canada now with out a prescription. So how would affiliates market this stuff now that you need a prescription. As soon as its legal I’m sure a canadian company will start making CBD for sale. Why stick with hempworx its a huge scam.

  4. Tana Rigets

    Ptescription

    Hempworx is a joke. Lying to all of us that its legal. They pretty well destroyed ever affiliate that was selling it. Now the new thing is that Josh the CEO got caught. He still does not have the liscense to sell CBD. Now you need a prescription to buy hempworx. You have to get a consultation from one of their doctors and pay 150.00 fee. And you say anything negative about the company they ban you instantly from their groups. They found this loop hole to be able to sell in Canada. This was the only way he could scam some more. Its going to be legal in Canada in Oct. Why would you need to buy from hempworx. They figure they are the only company in the world that sells full spectrum. Its kind of like a cult, the company has brain washed affiliates to make them think their product is the best. I can get CBD in Canada now with out a prescription. So how would affiliates market this stuff now that you need a prescription. As soon as its legal I’m sure a canadian company will start making CBD for sale. Why stick with hempworx its a huge scam.

  5. Brenda A

    They will try to rip you off when you send product back – They are telling me one was missing – So they won’t refund ANY money. Funny thing is I read the email & made sure to put everything back in the same box it came in – My next email will be to my credit card company to dispute their charge.

  6. Jerry Matheny

    Failed Drug Test

    So being a sufferer of Chronic pain I was led to Hempworx. And to be fair, it did help alliviate some pain, help with anxiety, heal cuts faster and aid in digestion issues. However, the zero thc is an out and out lie. When I went to the pain doctor I was told that I tested positive for marijuana an I haven’t touched it in 19 years! The first thing he asked was if I took cbd oil. Yes Hempworx and they claimed to be THC free. Well they lied. So now I get treated like I am breaking the law? Luckily they said no big deal, stop taking it. They led me to a prescription strength cbd oil. We will see the results

  7. Jerry Matheny

    Failed Drug Test

    So being a sufferer of Chronic pain I was led to Hempworx. And to be fair, it did help alliviate some pain, help with anxiety, heal cuts faster and aid in digestion issues. However, the zero thc is an out and out lie. When I went to the pain doctor I was told that I tested positive for marijuana an I haven’t touched it in 19 years! The first thing he asked was if I took cbd oil. Yes Hempworx and they claimed to be THC free. Well they lied. So now I get treated like I am breaking the law? Luckily they said no big deal, stop taking it. They led me to a prescription strength cbd oil. We will see the results

  8. Julie

    It works, but they make it seem SO easy to be an affiliate.

    They make selling it look SO amazing and SO easy to start making money. They pull you in their trap and don’t help you at all like they say they’re going to. I spent $234 on my first order.. Made only $28 the first month, and then $49 the next month. Bought another $70 worth of bullshit & I haven’t made anything. I watched all the training videos, posted daily, but still nothing! Unless you want to be on your phone constantly, lose money, and be tricked into this business. DON’T DO IT. Don’t sign up as an affiliate you are wasting your money.

  9. Julie

    It works, but they make it seem SO easy to be an affiliate.

    They make selling it look SO amazing and SO easy to start making money. They pull you in their trap and don’t help you at all like they say they’re going to. I spent $234 on my first order.. Made only $28 the first month, and then $49 the next month. Bought another $70 worth of bullshit & I haven’t made anything. I watched all the training videos, posted daily, but still nothing! Unless you want to be on your phone constantly, lose money, and be tricked into this business. DON’T DO IT. Don’t sign up as an affiliate you are wasting your money.

  10. Anonymous

    Snake Oil Peddlers, Wolves in Sheeps Clothing BEWARE!

    First off they charge to be an affiliate, there are enough CBD companies out there that don’t. They lie to you when you’re not paid on time making it seem like your fault, tell you to wait until next payday and then don’t pay you again, they actually e pert you to wait yet another week to get paid for three weeks earlier. They treat you like you’re an idiot and then lie to your face and laugh. They get pleasure from abusing the affiliates, make money off the backs of the struggeling all the while pressuring to buy more, more, MORE! Why throw good money after bad? You shouldn’t have to but that is exactly what they tell you you have to do in order to get paid. Think about this, you’re expected to go into online groups with a bunch of other people selling the same products, how is that helping you make money? It’s not. What these groups are designed to do is indoctrinate you into thinking the way they want you to think. You are the donkey and ‘helping you be successful’ is how they dangle the carrot. Does anyone really believe Josh and Jenna (her maiden name is Kahan, pun intended) make $10,000 a day? There’s videos on the internet where she claims just that. You would think with a daily income like that, they’d own the house they live in but they don’t, it’s a rental for $3,000 per month. For individuals claiming to make $10,000 a day why are they renting a home for 1/3 of Jenna’s daily income? Surely they can afford something more luxurious. The truth be told, it’s all smoke and mirrors and eventually the dominos will start to fall. I predict trouble ahead. Josh and Jenna are the modern day version of a snake oil peddler

  11. Anonymous

    Snake Oil Peddlers, Wolves in Sheeps Clothing BEWARE!

    First off they charge to be an affiliate, there are enough CBD companies out there that don’t. They lie to you when you’re not paid on time making it seem like your fault, tell you to wait until next payday and then don’t pay you again, they actually e pert you to wait yet another week to get paid for three weeks earlier. They treat you like you’re an idiot and then lie to your face and laugh. They get pleasure from abusing the affiliates, make money off the backs of the struggeling all the while pressuring to buy more, more, MORE! Why throw good money after bad? You shouldn’t have to but that is exactly what they tell you you have to do in order to get paid. Think about this, you’re expected to go into online groups with a bunch of other people selling the same products, how is that helping you make money? It’s not. What these groups are designed to do is indoctrinate you into thinking the way they want you to think. You are the donkey and ‘helping you be successful’ is how they dangle the carrot. Does anyone really believe Josh and Jenna (her maiden name is Kahan, pun intended) make $10,000 a day? There’s videos on the internet where she claims just that. You would think with a daily income like that, they’d own the house they live in but they don’t, it’s a rental for $3,000 per month. For individuals claiming to make $10,000 a day why are they renting a home for 1/3 of Jenna’s daily income? Surely they can afford something more luxurious. The truth be told, it’s all smoke and mirrors and eventually the dominos will start to fall. I predict trouble ahead. Josh and Jenna are the modern day version of a snake oil peddler.

    October 10, 2018

    1. Mary

      SCAM, CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT FRAUD

      They get a $20 membership fee from you if you want to be an affiliate. The first woman who sponsored me took info off my credit card and used it to buy 2k of Hempworx products. She went to jail.
      2nd sponsor I paid another $20 fee, he was always drunk or high, so.i left him. 3rd sponsor I paid another $20 membership fee, no training. One high executive told me to copy his ways of bringing people into this business by saying, Would you do me a big favor and look at my website? Thousands of people looked at the website and immediately joined is a lie. Duplication of exact words to thousands of customers is called a chain letter.
      No training at all. None they take your money and you get left in lala land cause no one tells you how to operate this business.

      You have to buy your rank. If you buy a directors pack for $200, you are automatically a Director.
      People buy their ranks, ranks should be earned not given out freely by buying a rank, and once you buy the oils there is no one who wants to buy them.
      Scam, scam, scam, the executive trainers receive a salary they dont sell nothing. Big liars. I hope the feds investigate this company and shuts them down.

  12. Traci

    Hempworks works

    I use hempworks , and it works for me . For those staying it doesn’t work then you need to try another brand . I tried others they DID NOT WORK FOR ME . But I didn’t bash or badmouth the company . Hempworks is great . If you dont like it move on to another company .

    1. Joe

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

  13. Denise

    NOT a Scam

    Definitely not a scam. Excellent product. Recently US Hemp Authority approved. It is a trusted brand. CBD is a fairly new industry. CBD from hemp is less than .03% thc within federal limits. With laws constantly changing and different in every country it is understandable there are kinks to work out. This company seems very dedicated to doing things right. If your review is based solely on Canada and Australia issues, it’s not a reason to say the company is a scam. I’m sure as laws change that more countries will allow hemp-derived CBD to ship across borders.

  14. Ulla

    HempWorx compliance is out of compliance with its own policies!

    I had a very frustrating experience with HempWorx and My Daily Choice, as an affiliate
    HempWorx and MDC have people in their organisation who have been allowed to

    1. LIE about the compensation plan to get people to sign up as affiliates.

    2. Bully and harass people in their downline instead of being helpful and supportive. Constant use of fword, very shameful behavior that I do not understand why the company would protect!

    3. Use insulting tactics to shame people into signing up right away as executives (which only benefits Themselves, NOT the newly enrolled, until that person has built up enough BV to get a return on that investment. I believe the term for this behavior would be ‘front end loading)

    4. Kick people out of ‘support groups’ for sending product back.

    5. LIE to compliance about signing off on the enrollment transfer form, implying the signature was forged, which compliance later determined it Was Not.

    6.Got Away With Lying to compliance about signing the enrollment transfer form that was Issued By compliance. (The company states over and over that there is 0 tolerance for the above mentioned behavior. They even outline in their own policy How These Offenses Are Punished) These people who violated company policies were instead Rewarded with this behavior – AND front end loading strategies – by being able to Keep Future Earnings and BV From My Team.

    7. This company has a compliance team that is out of compliance with its own policies!!!  This is Completely Unacceptable. Just because a person is making a lot of money for the company should not mean a carte Blanche for unethical behavior. Either the company condones unethical business practices or it doesn’t. You can’t have separate rules for people who make more money than others. That’s how government works, and look at how dysfunctional government is!
    Compliance was SO difficult to communicate with, during this Frusterating process, of making a simple team transfer AWAY from the highly unethical people  in my ‘upline’ No support or information about the process..total non responsiveness and lack of interest. Set me back a whole Month of doing business. Very dysfunctional operation.  It has been obvious from the beginning that compliance took sides with the people who violated policies. I understand that they have been successful building their businesses and are making a lot of money for the company, but they have been doing so by using unfair and policy violating tactics to reach that success.
    It is unacceptable that my team could not be moved away from these people together with my immediate upline and that I should be the one to bear the burden of rewarding their unethical business practices with my own hard work and large investment.
    Besides that, the customer service is terrible. Long wait, no satisfactory answers.
    Website is Terrible. Difficult to order from, specially for the elderly.
    Not enough product to chose from and 0 product information.
    I Do Not recommend this company in any way. They do not have it together. A company that supposedly sells health products in a toxic environment…you have been warned.

  15. Lori Kvasager

    The product made so sick for 2 days!

    Made me sick for 2 days, very hush hush and round about on every ? You ask them. Not only the price of the product but a 20:00 fee for joining and informational b, but all information. Was about how to be come a distriburro and how much you would make not info on the product I bought!!

  16. Sandra

    It Isn’t Worth It

    I became a rep of Hempworx last year and from the get go it felt fishy. My upline is basically brain washed and lied to me saying CBD was legal in our state. It, in fact, is not. I noticed posts in support groups for reps and contacted compliance about it and that was a complete waste of time. Compliance seems to pick and choose what they care about. In the four months I repped for them I spent over a thousand dollars (because you have to buy product every month) and didn’t even get a quarter of it back from sales. I may have made two sales total and you want to know why? Everyone’s complaint was the prices! Hempworx is a lot more expensive than their competitors and they’ll tell you it’s because their competitors products are absolute crap whole their is basically made out of pure gold. A friend of mine who was also a rep for them would ask questions and was literally chewed a new butt by Kim (who is a major rep). She went completely over the line and my friend said that’s enough. I quit. It’s like a giant clique and if you don’t fall in line, you get chewed out or blocked from the groups. It’s basically like high school. We didn’t even have the money I spent on buying products every month but my upline was all “oh you’ll be rolling in the dough at no time!” Wrong. I will not make that mistake again and I won’t get tangled up in Hempworx again, either.

  17. Pankaj Patel

    This company had every excuse not to accept my payment

    I was lured into joining this product by a youtube video and a retired marine. I won’t even say the name out of respect. First of all, when I tried to sign up as a director, I put enough items in the cart in order to equal that level, which is $207, just to buy the one coffee pack and a boost nutritional oral spray, and 2 cbd oil tinctures, for $207! Then, it took me to the page to sign up as an affiliate, I gave my username password, $20 for the website, I gave two different credit card info’s it didn’t accept it even though they have been good to use everywhere because of claims of fraud protection. Then, they want you to email them your credit card info after they claim it wasn’t accepted! ID# username and email. Is this even legal for this company to get away with something like this? Now, I come to this page and read the comments. I say don’t waste your time with this company joining!

  18. Anonymous 2

    This sounds like someone who has a poor work ethic

    This company is debt free and has the best compensation around . In a home based business you take risks like any other business and you take a bigger risk if you invest and don’t work your business. This review sounds like someone who ASSumed they could invest and then not work. Hmmmm sorry not sorry

    1. Laura

      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.

  19. James MacDonald

    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.

  20. Michael

    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.

  21. Jody ps

    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!

  22. Sandi walker

    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.

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