Hey everyone, David Nelly here from Safe Money Makers, and today we are looking at Arieyl. While its hard to really understand what this means because it is simply a statement, apparently Arieyl isn’t your mothers Network Marketing company, and its mission is to turn the MLM industry on its head and disrupt the movement, while also allowing its “rockstars” to become everything they ever dreamed off.
While that is cute and makes me all warm and fuzzy inside my belly, I still don’t exactly know yet what this company is all about. Still, according to the about me page, the owners hold a lot of motivational influence. When they announced the creation of Arieyl, this group of random people I’ve never heard of before stopped everything that they do with their lives in order to become the team that manages and runs Arieyl.
They also have a video promoting this idea that Arieyl helps you become an entrepreneur and also become your highest self, and that’s all you get on the “about us” page, but still, what exactly is it that Arieyl does? I am still so confused.
Arieyl is another MLM that operates in the health and wellness space, but also within the brain enhancement space. They sell things like Nootropics, Hemp products, and CBD oils, they even have a Nootropic Protein Powder, which is the strangest blend I’ve ever heard of.
Now, when it comes to MLM opportunities, this is the criteria that I tend to look for, and the questions I think you should be asking.
🤔What is the income potential for this opportunity?
🤔How much Product, or usually in MLM terms, Personal Volume will I need to maintain my membership within its compensation plan?
🤔Is an income disclosure statement released by this company to properly follow FTC guidelines? This is important because you need to be able to trust the company you work with. If this is not provided, the company is likely manipulating the narrative to make you believe you can make way more money than possible through this company.
🤔If an income disclosure is provided, what are the average earnings for people in the MLM? Does it look like there is a decent moving around rate with evenly dispersed percentages in the company’s structure? Or, does it look like 80% to 99% of all MLM distributors are never ever able to move above the beginner ranks and only make around $10-$1000 per year?
🤔How much time and energy will you be spending in the MLM? Will you be able to tackle this MLM structure at a relaxed pace? Will you be provided with an opportunity to use online marketing to promote the company’s products? Or will you be hustling all over doing door-to-door sales, hosting parties to introduce the product, and relying on selling to friends and family?
🤔Is the company’s product actually good, or improved over the competition? Or does the MLM rely more on upon recruiting others and attempting to finesse how much money you can make with the company to get people in versus selling the company’s product?
Now, my job here at Safe Money Makers is to help you avoid bad programs, scams, and pyramid schemes, as well as help you find that online business opportunity that does guarantee you legitimate job replacement income! (If you are willing to put in the work)
If you have studied MLMs and pyramid schemes like I have, as well as done all the research that I have, you would already understand that only 0.4% of people turn a profit in the Multi-Level Marketing/Direct Selling Industry.
You can see direct proof of this from a research case study done by the Federal Trade Commission. You can download a PDF file here that displays the truth in this.
The Premise Of The Product:
Table of Contents
-Owners: Travis and Kristen Butler
-Summary: MLM company operating in the health and wellness space with a Binary Compensation Structure
-Opportunity Cost: $25 application fee along with a product package that costs between $300-$320 and there is an annual $35 renewal fee
-Pros: Appears to have a decent pay structure
-Cons: Reports of payments not being paid. Overpriced products
-Our rating: 1/5
-Is it a scam or is it legit: They have some shady ways, and they have been sued, but they haven’t broken any laws outside of their first lawsuit, so you could say that they are legit!
-Is an Income Disclosure Provided? No
-Is it David Nelly Approved? No!
Arieyl, the company that promotes being your highest self is all about selling products that do aim to do that. It is a classic Health and Wellness style-based MLM company. Many of their products consist of hemp gummies, powders, and such, it reminds me a lot of Hempworx and Plexus Worldwide.
What is Arieyl?
However, they also offer some unique products that I haven’t seen in other MLMs, these products consist of bath bombs and health products for pets, and the incredibly unique coffee body scrub.
How did Arieyl get started? With a lawsuit!
It is quite the bombshell on how Arieyl got started. Upon its debut, Arieyl got slammed by a lawsuit!
Before creating Arieyl, Travis and Kristen Butler were affiliates for My Daily Choice. My Daily Choice is the host company for Hempworx.
However, the creation of Arieyl in 2020 created a breach of contract, which is one of the things My Daily Choice sued for. The company did not appreciate the Butler’s cross recruiting from My Daily Choice and into their Arieyl Company.
In addition, Arieyl basically stole the concept of My Daily Choice’s compensation plan, which caused them to also get slapped with a copyright infringement lawsuit.
My Daily Choice also sent some lawsuits to a few of Arieyl’s independent distributor, or “rockstar” teams.
On May 19th, 2022, My Daily Choice settled its lawsuit with My Daily Choice for an undisclosed settlement.
Lawsuits are incredibly stressful and scary, but unfortunately, with MLMs, these lawsuits are a common occurrence, most MLMs operate on grounds that are barely legal! Many times, they also operate illegally, but you could say that it’s legal until the law finds out.
For a less shady, more legal, and less stressful way to make money with a business that does not require a huge start-up free, click here!
I’m not a scientist and I do not personally use any of these products, however, we will give a slight overview to these products as well as research the public opinion of these products, are they legit, and do people love them?
These factors will determine if Arieyl has good products, and in addition, if you will have any good luck making money with this company.
Outside of the main website, there are not a lot of contexts to be given on these products in regards to their quality. There are many empty claims about how you can become your highest self and become a rockstar. These Hemp products and beauty products are simply another case of over-spiked inflated products sold at a way higher than normal price within an MLM model to allow its affiliates to profit on the compensation plan.
You can’t really make up any kind of solid argument as to why the Hibernation Sleep Gummy product is any higher quality and higher priced compared to purchasing something similar at your local dispensary at a reasonable price.
What does the Public think about Aireyl?
Generally, if you look on social media, overall you will find that most of Aireyl’s customers and business partners are overall dissatisfied with the company, with many reporting that they didn’t get paid or got paid less than what they were supposed to make based on their downlines.
So not only do you not really have a market for Aireyl’s products, but it seems that Aireyl has a habit of screwing over its rockstars, which makes the potential for making money with this company a very hard endeavor.
How much does it cost to join Aireyl’s compensation plan?
Arieyl will charge you a $25 joining fee plus the requirement to purchase a $300 or $320 pack of products from the company. In addition, there is an annual $35 renewal fee to stay a part of the compensation plan.
To stay with the Arieyl Compensation Plan, you must also generate 150 PV(Personal Volume). This cannot be maintained through self-purchased products.
Compensation Plan Review:
As already mentioned at the beginning of this review, you’ll already realize that 99.6% of all participants in MLM are destined to lose money, but is Aireyl any different? Could this be the one MLM company that will have a higher probability of yielding better results?
If you really want to make money through this company, it’s not going to be the dream 4-hour work week that you think it is going to be!
For a full in-depth overview of Arieyl’s compensation plan, you can read the PDF document here:
Once on board the Arieyl compensation plan, the first way to earn is through Retail Sales. If you sell these Mood Enhancing Gummies, for example, you would make the $20 difference in commission between the $70 customer price and the $60 VIP price, netting you an $11 commission per sale.
Depending on rank, you can receive a percentage of recruitment fees up to 10 levels of leg building.
Way to Slay Bonus:
If you can manage to reach the Ruby Rank within Arieyl in your first calendar month of joining the company, you will receive a $500 bonus payment. This payment will be split into two $250 payments across two months unless you don’t sell enough to maintain the Ruby rank upon achievement.
In other words, better keep working hard, because if your sales stop coming, you won’t get your bonus payment.
As long as you have PV, you are qualified to build out and compensate your left leg and your right leg. One of your legs is a leg that you share with your sponsor. This leg overall serves to help your sponsor, but for your case, it is to be served as the learning process on how to recruit. Think of it as giving up commissions to learn how to play the game.
The other leg is where you are the sponsor. After receiving the Fast Money commission for enrolling a new sponsor, you will be making a small cut of all of their sponsor enrollees.
You must meet the following requirements to be eligible for Binary Residuals:
According to the Compensation plan provided by Arieyl, these are your income potentials based on rank:
Rockstar Check Matching:
Another component of building out your pyramid, or in this company’s terminology, your leg. Get a small percentage of commissions on sales and recruitments from up to 10 levels of your downline. Commission percentage is dependent on Rank and Level.
Reach a rank and maintain that rank(or a higher rank) for at least 3 months to be rewarded a bonus payment in regards to the rank reached.
Basically, you can earn another bonus payment if you can maintain any kind of rank for 20 months. The payment will be divided and sent to you over the course of 20 months.
These are the major points that people interested in their compensation plan really need to know about. There are 3 more ways to get paid listed in the PDF file I provided above, but the main points have been clarified.
The other 3 options are just more bonus payments for being loyal to the company, and they offer some plans and prices for Vacations and trips for discounts, but not much information is provided on this subject.
What are my chances of making a lot of money with Arieyl?
We at Safe Money Makers can’t give an honest answer to this question. One thing we will say however is as mentioned earlier, you have only a 0.4% chance of making a profit with an MLM company.
And the fact that Arieyl does not have an income disclosure for us to look at is a bit alarming. Generally, when joining an MLM, you will want to have a statistical graph that tells you what to expect, but nonetheless, most income disclosure statements provided by MLMs show you just how unrealistic it is to make money in an MLM, so I can see why this company would not provide one.
Complaints from Rockstars about missing payments:
I have dug up a few posts on Reddit from people that were involved in Arieyl’s compensation plan, and these were complaints about how they were not paid for their sales, as well as being unprofessionally exiled from the company.
So, it seems like this company overall is a hard sell, and while some of the commissions may look tempting, there seems to be a case for the higher-ups undercutting their rockstars. With this being in one of the shadiest businesses out there, that being Network Marketing, this is not really a surprise I am sorry to say.
Arieyl has a lot of hype when it comes to its compensation plan, but not a lot of popularity or buzz going for it. Overall the advertising highly favors recruiting compared to selling the actual product, which leads me to believe this may be a pseudo pyramid scheme, the product is just there to be an excuse to run this business.
✅ High-income potential for the compensation plan provided
✅ Decent bonus payments upon rank achievements
✅Joining this MLM is more merciful on the wallet than most, if you can’t maintain the PV required to keep your rank, you simply will lose your ranking, they won’t force you to buy more product packages to keep the PV at a required level.
❌ All products are overpriced, and products of similar substance, but from other brands can be bought much cheaper at your local convenience store or on Amazon.
❌ The company was sued upon its birth.
❌ Company is an MLM and as a result, falls to the percentage curse, which means there is a 99.4% chance of you losing money by becoming a rockstar for Arieyl.
❌Complaints from former rockstars about not getting proper payments, and these complaints has lead to them being exiled from the company.
Arieyl gets a…
David nelly does not approve!
How I make money outside of my 9-5
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What is Affiliate Marketing?
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