Hyten Global is a trending business with much attention. It is getting a lot of hype, especially from social media. So I have made a comprehensive review about this business but understand that I am not a distributor or stake holder of this business. I just want to keep all my readers informed.
Hyten Global Review 2017 – Who are the Founders?
Hyten global (www.hytenglobal.com) is basically a transition from an entity by the name of “HopRocket”. HopRocket and Hytens transition occurred in December 2016. Hyten Global registered its domain name on the 14th of October, 2016. The registration was done privately hence there was no record of the owner or where the site registration took place.
Hyten global actually identified their CEO to be Tim Richerson with David Prince as their international president and Tuffy Baum as president. Actually, the three of them are the co-founders of Hyten Global. I noticed that Fred Ninow’s name was absent.
In 2016 Ninow was among one of the marketing materials and co-founder for HopRocket, though his name was omitted in Hyten Global’s operation. In December 2016 Tim Richerson published a marketing video for Hyten Global, in the video he said:
“we knew from our research that nine out of ten people dream of travelling the world”. Which is why the absolute best travel product and booking engine in the industry were created.
Hyten Global Review 2017 – Introduction To Hyten Global
Richerson’s corporate bio on Hyten Global site says that he has about 30 years’ experience characterizing from consumers, financial and web based companies in private and public sectors. When you try accessing HopRocket domain today, you will simply be redirected to the Hyten Global site.
Hyten Global Review 2017 – What are the products of Hyten Global?
In terms of products, Hyten Global offers a booking platform for travels and also offers nutritional supplements. Basically, there are three main supplement products that are being sold by Hyten Global, they are:
- Pure Recovery
- Dream Easy
Hyten Global KetoBoost
KetoBoost is a drink, quite delicious peach mango drink mix that supplies the body with ketones (burning formula). It is sold for a retail price of $120 for a box; a box contains thirty serving sticks.
Hyten Global Pure Recovery
This is a product that helps one recover from a day to day joint and muscle contraction. It goes for a retail price of $95 for one box; a box contains sixty-five capsules.
Hyten Global Dream Easy
This is a natural herbal sleeping product which contains valerian root, zea mays, monocot powder and lavender. It has a retail price of $60 for a box, one box contains thirty capsules.
Aside from these supplements, Hyten Global also has few different packages. They are:
- ketoBoost challenge kit
- Hyten Body System 2.0
KetoBoost Challenge Kit
This includes a magazine, ketoBoost, T-Shirt, water bottle and postcard. All goes for a price of $146.05
Hyten Body System 2.0
This includes a Pure Recovery, KetoBoost and Dream Easy. They all go for the price of $227
A basic membership in Hyten Global Travel booking engine goes for $47 a year, premium access goes for $297 and then every four weeks $57 is being paid, plus option goes for $97 a year.
Hyten Global’s Compensation Plan
In Hyten Global affiliates earn money through the binary residual commission for the front end and uni-level residual commissions for a matching back-end. There are various affiliate ranks to earn through, affiliates could get a higher rank by getting a higher personal volume and group volume. Before an affiliate can start making money, affiliate needs to be qualified to earn on (Multi-Level-Marketing) MLM commissions. Though this is for active affiliates.
The condition for an affiliate to be seen as an active member is that affiliate needs to generate a minimum of 50 personal volume within four rolling weeks. Residual commissions are paid in regards to sales percentage matched on both sides of the binary system. Hence having a higher affiliate rank can boost earnings same with higher personal volume count.
How much do you need to join Hyten Global
In other to join Hyten Global you will need to pay $50 per year for membership.
Is Hyten Global is a scam?
From the internet am sure you must have heard about businesses like this and people calling them scam, like Hyten Global Scam or so.
And am sure you are still wondering If it is a scam or not.
Guess? What is the truth about Hyten Global?
I would say it’s not really a scam. Though you should take note of something( check my conclusion section)
Conclusion on Hyten Global
Where Hyten Global is today may not be the most stable in the world, but the MLM opportunity that it is offering now is quite enticing.
Basically, the travel discounts offered through the subscription scheme is as good as that of a pyramid scheme. HopRocket used this technique but Hyten Global differentiated theirs by adding products. Its nutritional supplements are moderately priced and high quality with KetoBoost topping the quality chart.
I would suggest that if you want to join Hyten Global, you should contact your potential upline to ascertain if retail sales volume is truly being generated or not with these new products. If it is then you stand a chance of earning big. If most people are focusing on recruitment rather than selling a product then you should look somewhere else. Based on HopRocket’s initial operation, It could be that the initial scenario mentioned above is taking place.
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