Royaltie Gem-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Royaltie Gem Review. There has been some vibe about this company called Royaltie Gem,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.
You are probably here because you have heard of Royaltie Gem and what to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.
Here is a detailed review on the company Royaltie Gem and I would walk you through the Royaltie Gem company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.

Royaltie Gem Review – The Company


Royaltie provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
A footer on the Royaltie website identifies its parent company as Hiram Lodge Enterprises Corp.
The Royaltie affiliate agreement suggests Royaltie and Hiram Lodge Enterprises Corp are based out of Ontario, Canada:
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario and shall be treated in all respects as an Ontario contract.
Each of the parties irrevocably attorns to the jurisdiction of the courts of the Province of Ontario.
Further research reveals marketing videos on Royaltie’s official YouTube channel identifying Justin Belobaba as founder and CEO of the company.
Royaltie Gem is the brain child of a man named Justin Belobaba who is the founder and CEO of the company.
According to a July press release, Justin Belobaba is:
a serial entrepreneur in health, finance and technology. His past ventures include wireless payment software for North American taxicabs, and a publicly-traded provider of electronic medical record software for physicians.
In 2010, he was named “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” by Profit Magazine.
Which is pretty awesome if you ask me…
Note that Royaltie Gem is his first MLM business…
On top of that, Royaltie Gem has an exclusive network marketing contract with a company I reviewed earlier this year called Asirvia.
It looks like even Asirvia scrapped the mobile app subscription service and is going with reselling Royaltie Gem products.

Royaltie Gem Review – The Products

Royaltie Gem products are Bluetooth devices that can be used to broadcast 40 to 50 character messages plus a secure URL (HTTPS) to an Android device within a 100 meter range.
If you don’t have a secure URL, a regular HTTP can be linked through a landing page inside of Royaltie Gem’s website.
Non secure URLs can be linked through landing pages set up on the Royaltie website (which itself is HTTPS secure).
Royaltie call the devices “gems” and provide the following device specifications:
Signal Range: 100m
Communications: Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology 2.4GHz RF
Sensitivity: Bluetooth: -93dBm
Transmission Power: Bluetooth: -30dBm to 4dBm
Battery Life: Up to 2 years
Main Processor: 32-bit ARM® Cortex™ M0 CPU core
Bluetooth Processor: Nordic nRF51822
Data Rates: 250kBs, 1Mbs and 2Mbs
Royaltie sell gems via monthly subscription:
• $25 a month for one gem
• $49 a month for three gems
• $99 a month for eight gems
Additional gems above eight are available for $10 a month each. All customers must also pay a $30 “activation fee”.
Subscriptions are prepaid two months upfront and then monthly thereafter. Shipping is $25 outside of the US. First orders within the US are free and $25 thereafter.
Stated battery life of Royaltie’s gems is two years and each device also has a malfunction guarantee for the life of the product.
Royaltie Gem Specifications:
• Signal Range: 100m
• Communications: Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology 2.4GHz RF
• Sensitivity: Bluetooth: -93dBm
• Transmission Power: Bluetooth: -30dBm to 4dBm
• Battery Life: Up to 2 years
• Main Processor: 32-bit ARM® Cortex™ M0 CPU core
• Bluetooth Processor: Nordic nRF51822
• Data Rates: 250kBs, 1Mbs and 2Mbs
Royaltie Gem products are sold through a monthly subscription:
• $25 a month for one gem
• $49 a month for three gems
• $99 a month for eight gems
All customers must pay a $30 activation fee on top as well.
Please note that subscriptions are prepaid for two months in advance and then it’s monthly.
Now you know about the Royaltie Gem products, let’s take a look at the compensation plan next…

Royaltie Compensation Plan
When you refer Royaltie Gem products to customers, you get paid commissions.
Royaltie Ranks
There are 14 ranks in total in this compensation plan.
Below is what you have to do to pull them off:
• I3 – $100 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• I2 – $300 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• I1 – $1000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• SI2 – $2000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• SI1 – $3000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• VS2 – $7500 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• VS1 – $15,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• VVS2 – $22,500 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• VVS1 – $30,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• Flawless 2 – $60,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• Flawless 1 – $120,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• Eternity -$180,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• Centenary – $240,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
• Hope – $300,000 monthly downline gem subscription volume
The volume inside of Royaltie is counted on your first two levels only…
Customer Acquisition Bonus
You get $250 bonus for every 10 customers you bring in.
Monthly Commissions
All monthly commissions inside of Royaltie are paid out based on your affiliate rank:
• I3 – (Up to 3 gem subscriptions waived)
• I2 – $120
• I1 – $360
• SI2 – $720
• SI1 – $1200
• VS2 – $3000
• VS1 – $6000
• VVS2 – $9000
• VVS1 – $11,000
• Flawless 2 – $21,000
• Flawless 1 – $41,666
• Eternity -$60,000
• Centenary – $72,000
• Hope – $85,000
Cost To Join Royaltie
Royaltie membership is actually free.
Royaltie Gem products are purchased by affiliates at a cost of $29 per month for 3, plus a $50 security deposit.
There could be an additional $25 shipping fee if you are located outside of the USA.

Is Royaltie Gem Actually Legit or A Scam?
Royaltie Gem is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in Royaltie Gem or any network marketing company out there it would depend on your lead generation technique,your marketing techniques and your ability to recruit.

Verdict On Royaltie Gem
Overall, Royaltie Gem isn’t a scam or anything…
It has legit products with the focus on actual customers which is a cool thing these days.
It’s my understanding that most Android devices (phones anyway) have Bluetooth switched off, casting a question mark over the effectiveness of Royaltie’s gem devices.
Not withstanding, even if I had Bluetooth turned on, getting bombarded with unsolicited advertising messages would certainly prompt me to turn it off quick smart.
That said, it’s worth noting that Royaltie’s gem messages appear as notifications and disappears if the receiving device goes out of range of the broadcasting gem.
Depending on how your phone is set up however, Bluetooth notifications could still set your phone off – which is annoying, even if the notification disappears once you go out of range.

For the product side, in order for it to work your blue tooth must be on and many people have it off these days to save battery life.
All of the devices have a 100 meter range so you can target many devices…
You can have multiple Gem devices going which could could be for different customers.
The best thing you can do is test out the Royaltie Gem device yourself and see how it works for you.
You are probably thinking, why aren’t you bashing this company like all the other Royaltie reviews…
Well first when I see a legit company, I call it how it is…
Plus, I am PRO network marketing and believe it’s one of the best business models out there for someone starting out.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this Royaltie Gem review and if you have any questions please leave them in the comments below…