In this review about Bhip Global on IBuyIReview, you will learn how this company just launched in North America, taking on a huge pattern of growth that is rapidly spreading across the United States like a wildfire.
This MLM company has attempted to set itself apart from others products and offers that you might come across, attempting to make the network marketing company better known for scientifically proven products, rather than overpriced sham products.
In this article, you’ll learn about whether this company is worth looking into, or if you should save your cash for something better.
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Bhip Global Review: A History of the Company
At the time of writing this review, the company is in over 30 countries with 150,000 Distributors worldwide and has been around for since 2007 by a man named Terry LaCore. While this is relatively young for a direct network organization, Bhip has been pushing forward at an astounding pace, likely due to their uniquely “scientific” marketing for their products.
Because of this marketing, more distributors are inclined to believe in their inclusive organization culture and join in as it is something they can believe in.
6 Years as an Established Direct Marketing Business
Because of the organization’s recent launch in North America, it has purported a strong network of distributors across the globe, with over 150,000 worldwide distributors, but only 500 distributors in North America.
For a while, these numbers were used to get more distributors in the organization, as with any MLM, distributors who sign on earlier in the organization’s growth stand a higher chance of making larger profits so long as the organization itself is successful.
Being at the forefront of an MLM – or near the founder – increases your chances of success as there are more recruits under you (your “downline”) which then funnel part of their profits up to you. This is not unique to Bhip, but is a standard fact in many network marketing companies.
Products Worth Selling? (AC-11 Scientifically Proven to Restore DNA?)
The organization sells products that are designed to help improve your health and energy levels. Originally, they sold products that were intended to help beautify skin and help you maintain health as you age.
The main ingredient that this organization markets as its unique method of standing out among the many other health and supplement MLMs around are a compound called “AC-11.”
AC-11 is a patented compound which supposedly helps the body repair its own DNA. The patent was created and established years ago.
You know what else helps your body repair its own DNA? Antioxidants from things like strawberries.
The marketing is spot-on here, but I don’t want to lead anyone astray thinking that they can only get the benefits of antioxidants from a patented supplement sold at a high price.
While Bhip claims that it is the only one who can use the compound, it is now found in other products from Optigenix, Bioflow, and as a standalone supplement.
The powerful compound supposedly reacts to free radicals, atoms, ions, and molecules that damage our DNA. It works from the inside out to help repair that DNA, helping you look and feel younger.
Purple Plus – Energize and Revitalize – This health supplement is markted to give energy and revitalize your health by adding Noni fruit, Maqui berry and Aloe Vera. Purple Plus strengthens the immune system, promotes heart health, boosts energy, stamina, boosts collagen production and regulates sleep.
Aedre’ – Skin Regeneration Serum – Using the AC-11 Compound, this serum helps regenerate sun and age damaged skin. This serum has been tested to work the fastest out of everything in their product line, but I could not find anything that states exactly how fast this serum works.
Activar – Day Cream – Due to the immense stress we put on our skin through life stress, UV rays, pollution and allergens, Activar goes straight to the source of the problem to help revitalize your skin. Again, through the patented compound, AC-11, the cream is meant to help with discoloration and skin dryness by locking in deep moisture for soft and smooth skin.
Activar – Night Cream – The Activar night cream locks in the moisture to repair your skin at night. During the night, your body naturally tries to heal your skin and body. The Activar night cream helps with this healing process.
Purple Strips – Heal, Energize and Repair – This product contains the exact ingredients in the Purple Plus Drink, but in powder form for when you are on the go, helping you repair your skin and gain energy throughout the day.
Purple Caps – Again to add to the repair process, these vegetarian capsules have the added benefit of probiotics to help the body regulate it’s ability to get rid of “the toxins.” Spooky.
Fusion – Fusion is a shake formulated with fiber, minerals, vitamins, probiotics, protein and enzymes that is a great low calorie meal replacement. There are no artificial flavors or sweeteners. It uses the patented formulated AC-11 to continue with DNA repair.
Fix – This blend of kelp extract, chromium, green coffee bean extract and Caralluma Fimbriata. The organization likes to market its fat-fighting benefits, though it’s difficult to back this up with any proof that it works. Many promoters have claimed it can help give you energy and fight fat within 15-minutes of taking the extract, making it great for losing weight. This, however, seems to ignore a lot of other factors that play into weight gain.
AIO – This product is intended for the older audience, marketed as apotent formula of AC-11 made to rapidly repair damaged DNA at a faster pace, though there is no evidence to back this up.
These products are not always in stock, and it seems like the company has changed its product names and pricing structure around quite a bit over the last few years, so there is always a chance that you won’t be able to find these products anymore.
Compensation Plan and Cost
Bhip runs on a standard MLM compensation plan and cost structure.
The business has an extensive number of patents on their products to keep them from being sold outside of the membership plan. To become a member and sell their products, you have to buy into their membership, which is $97/year at the time of writing.
Becoming a member, otherwise known as a distributor, requires that you purchase their software package. It integrates with your social media accounts and “practically runs the business for you.”
That’s scary. That makes it sound like all of my friends and family are going to get spammed ruthlessly with sales pitches once I sign up, plus I’ve just given away access to my personal social media accounts. No thank you!
For every customer you enroll who buys the product, you make $25. This doesn’t seem difficult, but keep in mind that there is a lot of selling involved before someone will enroll. Plus you get a residual $15/month as customers continue getting the products.
Yes, okay, that’s pretty nice – but what’s the average customer lifetime?
Let’s expect new customers to never renew their subscription and only purchase a product once. That gets you $25 per month per customer. Great!
To make an average monthly salary, you’ll have to sell around 100 customers each month. That’s a lot of new people.
What they don’t tell you is that these “customers” are your downline. If you get up high enough in the hierarchy, you can make a $150 bonus. Enrolling 6 “customers” into your downline earns you a 10% bonus across your downline and gets you a promotion in the hierarchy.
Once you’ve been promoted high enough, you can earn bonuses for the more people who enroll into your downline. Getting promoted to a higher level is critical in MLMs and getting in early is the main path to making a sustainable revenue number.
Today, it is likely too late to get in on the business hierarchy and achieve these same gains, as the number of distributors is expanding rapidly. The business has also changed its compensation model a few times, and products are constantly changing, giving me some concern over the longevity of the business and its legitimacy.
Yes, direct sales MLMs are profitable if you are high enough in the hierarchy. Often, a promotion high enough up means that you are only one or two degrees removed from the founder. (1)
Everyone else below you, however, stands a 1% or less average chance of making any kind of money on the venture. They’ll be considered lucky if they don’t lose money on it. Home business or not, it’s that kind of business practice that makes my skin crawl.
b:exceptional 30 Day Challenge - Risk Free 30 Days Guarantee?
Under this challenge, the business is “challenging you to try their products at home risk free.” IF you are not happy with them, you can return them for a full refund.
No obligation, no hassles. This is their version of a “money back guarantee” but posed more as a challenge to evoke a sense of competition, sort of like saying “I dare you to try it” in hopes of making more sales.
Ideally, this is in place to make you feel good about joining the business and purchasing their products, but I do recommend doing extra research before you try it.
Companies like this are notoriously difficult to get ahold of, resulting in difficult customer service. While BBB is typically a good place to start, it appears that they are not accredited and have no reviews on the site.
If you are just in it for the health benefits, keep in mind that proprietary blends aren’t required to tell you how much of any particular extract is blended into the supplement, so it’s important to find certifications and lab paperwork that properly test the supplements and their ingredients.
Final Thoughts: Worth It?
If you ask me, I don’t believe that the businses is worth spending money on, especially on a subscription basis. In the last few years, the business has spent little effort on its products and more on its promotions for new distributors, so it’s quite telling of where their focus is.
There is not a doubt in my mind that there is profit to be made at the very top, but that is the same in every MLM. If you join too late, you’re out of luck.
Plus, no matter where you are in the business’s hierarchy, joining an MLM means that your friends and family are the target of a predatory business model. These companies can destroy your reputation with your immediate social groups, which is why I would never recommend joining one.
Remember: if it looks to good to be true, it usually is. Stay vigilant about doing you research whenever you find a new business trying to recruit you, and you’ll be doing yourself a favor.
The company’s Philippines branch has even seen a report of operating as a pyramid scheme, and I wouldn’t be surprised if other countries follow with the accusation.
There are so many other business models out there that are legitimate and can make so much more of a sustainable income for you that I couldn’t justify joining and staying in the program.