My Club 8 Review- Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to My Club 8 Review!

There has been some vibe about this company so I decided to investigate what it was all about…

Some say the company is 100% legit while others call it a scam so I decided to do more research on the company and write a blog post on it.

I have done all my research in this My Club 8 review do you can learn the honest truth and decide if it’s right for you.

Is My Club 8 a scam? Is it legit?

Can it really deliver on it’s promises? Let’s find out in this review.

My Club 8 Review

For some reason, there is no information on My Club 8 website on who actually runs the show.

I decided to investigate the My Club 8 website domain “myclub8.com” and found out it was privately registered on January 10th, 2017.

When I dug in deeper, I found out that on March 13th press-release published on a Laguna Blends investor website shows the owners of the “Club 8 marketplace”.

Laguna Blends promotes Hemp products through it’s B to B Network and driving traffic to it’s Club 8 online marketplace.

When I checked out more information on Laguna Blends, I found out it’s a Canadian company that specializes in product development, sales, marketing and distribution company for Hemp based products and solutions.

The man behind Laguna Blends is the President and CEO Ray Grimm Jr.

He joined Laguna Blends as President in May of 2016 and took the position of CEO on top.

As of right now, My Club 8 is in prelaunch and could be the reason why this information isn’t found on the website.

 Club 8 Products

This information wasn’t found on their My Club 8 website, but on that press release about Laguna Investors back in March 13:

This acquisition is a major step forward in establishing Laguna as an international leader in the global cannabis industry.

The Target company has an extensive portfolio of intellectual property and hemp driven CBD products including isolates, full spectrum oils, pain creams, oral sprays and other nutraceutical products.

This will be the direction the My Club 8 product line will be going and isn’t public just yet…

I have seen some marketing material on something called “Nano Drops”:

With Nano Drops you can now infuse your favorite water or beverage with the Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, Neuroprotective benefits of Hemp CBD.

The price will be around $39.95 for two bottles, but not sure if that is retail or wholesale.

My Club 8 Compensation Plan

Because My Club 8 is in prelaunch right now, there isn’t a ton of information out there.

My Club 8 are running a different compensation plan to the one they intend to launch the company with.

I do intent to review the full my Club 8 compensation plan when the company launches later this month. The analysis below however pertains to the company’s current prelaunch compensation plan.

The My Club 8 prelaunch compensation plan is built around the concept of “locking in” an affiliate position for $39.95 plus a shipping fee (this matches up with the Nano Drops pricing).

Once purchased, a My Club 8 affiliate position is placed into a straight-line queue. The significance of this is not evident in the My Club 8 prelaunch compensation plan.

What “locking in” a My Club 8 affiliate position does do is pay commissions through five levels of recruitment.

These commissions are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):

 

Right now in the prelaunch, the compensation plan is built around the concept of “locking in” an affiliate position at $39.95 plus shipping fee.

Once an affiliate does buy, you get an affiliate position placed into a straight line queue.

This “locking in” a My Club 8 affiliate position pays commissions through five levels in the unilevel compensation plan.

When you sponsor a new member, you get paid 2.5% of the affiliate membership fee in the unilevel.

Basically, when you sign up you get qualified to earn five levels down.

This can be increased to 100 levels by personally sponsoring more members:

·        Sponsor six affiliates to earn on 20 unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor eleven affiliates to earn on fifty unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor sixteen affiliates to earn on seventy-five unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor twenty-one affiliates to earn on one hundred unilevel team levels

Is My Club 8 A Scam Or Is This Legit?

As I am sure you have heard with most business opportunities, there are a lot of scams on the internet, and My Club 8 might be a scam with them.

Having read the review above, you might be wondering if My Club 8 is legit or completely a scam.

So, is it a scam?

Is My Club 8 a scam, or can you make a proper business with it?

Honestly, My Club 8 isn’t a complete scam, but there are definitely some things to be aware of (see the conclusion section).

Whether you decide to join or not, you really need to master your marketing and lead generation.

The cost to join My Club 8 is $39.95 and there is an optional $99 per month autoship which increases your income potential through the compensation plan.

Conclusion On My Club 8

Overall, the company is not a scam

I did noticed that My Club 8 when launched will switch to a new and improved unilevel compensation plan that pays 8 levels instead of the current 5.

There is just one problem right now and maybe they will fix it after launch…

There isn’t any retail products being sold to retail customers, but bundled in the affiliate membership.

To have any network marketing company legal, there has to be retail sales going on…

I hope you enjoyed my My Club 8 review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…