Those who are looking beyond the product and at the structure of a company instead may find that some have some questionable practices. One CBD company that has been at the forefront of some heated news is Xip4Life CBD.
Xip4Life CBD launched in 2015 and it seemingly was affiliated with another company, isXperia, an MLM company that had launched in 2007. Concerning Xip4Life’s founders, one of them, Kalpesh Patel, is hardly ever heard of. And the others, Christopher Batta, has tried to revamp the company to sell CBD oil formulas.
Last year, the company’s affiliates received several emails, which are as follows: “When you go to XIP4Life.com/YourDomain (same domain name that you have with isXperia), you will see your replicated CBD website. All CBD products can only be purchased through your XIP4Life.com back office. You will not see any CDB products on your isXperia website or back office as you won’t see any isXperia products on your XIP4Life website or back office. You can now enroll Members and Promoters through your XIP4Life.com website too and they will have access to both isXperia and XIP4Life products and the same great compensation plan!”
This suggests that Xip4Lip also offers isXperia products and that the platform may be one in the same these days.
Although ixXperia brings non-CBD products to the platform, many of the platform’s existing CBD formulas come from Xip4Life. Little is known about the quality of the formulas, where the CBD is derived from, and other key factors that can help buyers make the right decisions for their needs. In any event, what is known is that there are a range of CBD product options. Here are just a few of them:
- CBD Lollipops
- CBD Beverage enhancer
- CBD Vapeables
- CBD Protein Powder
- CBD Lotion
- CBD BCAA
- Hemp Extract Syrup with Melatonin
- CBD Dog Sweet Potato Bites
These are just a few of the many options that users can browse through on the platform’s website. Each product provides a bit of information on the formula so that users can at least know what to expect with respect to the product that they are interested in.
Keep in mind that there are a few issues as well. For instance, there is an absence of retail pricing on the platform’s website. Though there is information about products, users are unable to determine what the prices for those products are. Further, affiliates must pay $60 to keep their account active, which may cover their own order. This could suggest that the platform is not in the business of selling products to people, but to have their affiliates purchase the products and sell them to others separate from the website. That is, the site is not mean to be a platform for purchases – but just a resource for affiliates.
All information is for general informational and educational purposes only. Nothing should be interpreted as legal or wellness advice.