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Is Xpirient a Scam? – An Unbiased Review of Xpirient — 16 Comments

  1. Yep, that image there is definitely a pyramid scheme. Thank you for this article and the information you have provided within it, I have no doubt it will help a lot of people as it has me.

    The costs of this company are astronomical so much outlay and with a commission scheme that doesn’t look easy to achieve. I will keep looking for alternative opportunities and thanks again for your words of warning, much appreciated.

    • Thanks for sharing your views on Xpirient and on Multilevel Marketing in general Andy. You are wisely doing your research before getting involved in anything.

      If this can help you, have a look at my #1 recommendation on the top navigation bar of this website and let me know if you have any questions, okay?

      Cheers!

      John

  2. This is an excellent review, very thorough and with lots of useful information. I have nearly been pulled in by MLM schemes in the past as they offer tremendous rewards on the premise that they will teach you how to earn money legitimately. 
    In my experience they are all about the big draw to get you in and then you are forced to recruit other people in order to pay for your own subscription. 
    MLM schemes have a bad reputation these days and more people are getting wise to their deceitful tactics. Thanks to your review hopefully people will avoid Xpirient as well. 
    Good job and thank you for highlighting this scam

    Tony

    • That’s right Tony, MLM is thing of the past and most companies that are left are either still existing because they survive on the back of those that are still believing in it and joining because they don’t know about Affiliate Marketing, or they are simply scams that are created to make a quick buck for the owners.

      So yes, Tony, you are doing very well avoiding MLMs altogether.

      If you are on the look out for a legitimate Affiliate Marketing opportunity, just have a look at the top navigation bar and click on “My #1 Recommendation“.

      Wishing you an excellent weekend!

      John

  3. I’d rather join the opportunity you’re recommending (Wealthy Affiliate) than join this Xpirient. I happened to see the opportunity via a traffic exchange advertising site and didn’t get any good impression of the company. The name itself, I don’t like it. It sounds like either “experiment” or “expiring”. Add to that, the lack of enough information provided by the founder or owner of the company. And worse, it looks like another MLM opportunity that requires big amount to invest just to be able to participate. Before, I am a fan of such opportunities but after I have learned that we can make money online for free or for a minimal investment through affiliate marketing, I have never look back to MLMs.

    • As you say Gomer, MLM is becoming a thing of the past. Some companies like Xpirient are taking still advantage of the loophole that MLM is borderline to legality to scam Internet users, but this will come to an end as Affiliate Marketing is by far the safest and most honest way to make money.

      You made me laugh when I read that just the name of Xpirient sounded like experiment and expiring to you, I had the same thought when I was researching for my review. Not the best name to inspire confidence, right.

      Have a great day.

      John 

  4. Quite some huge amount of money just to get some travel stuff. This is where i see how important reading reviews and making research can be before one gets into any online dealing. This guys charges so much amount of money to those who fall, victim, only to be under some form of downline program without getting a dime back. It’s very wicked of anyone to come up with such dubious means of making money. Thanks for sharing.

    • Yes Benson, you are quite right, but you’d be surprise how many people I come across that fall for such scams. Some people think that if something is expensive then it must be good, so scammer know this very well and all they have to do is have a great, professional sales funnel and sit back.

      Thanks for sharing your views Benson.

      John

  5. I always emphasize that it’s very important and crucial to do researches about whatever business you’re planning on Venturing into in order to know it’s legality status and lucrative it is. That’s why I must commend you for doing such a great of putting this together, about the issue of ownership of the business, I also don’t feel comfortable with it, if the owner is not made known to the public, then there’s something to be aware of and that is a shady deal, I wouldn’t even consider the business because it’s risky and also the charges are too much. Thanks.

    • Thanks for the compliment James, I do appreciate it. You are quite right, Xpirient can be labeled as a scam for the many reasons listed in my review.

      Wishing you a great day.

      John

  6. The greatest mistake internet users make is indulging in business activities without prior knowledge about the offer or the company they’re dealing with. Research is really important, it’ll make you deduce the possible gains you can make from the offer as well as the problems that are liable to arise in the cause of the business, most importantly it checks the legality of such business. Xpirient may seem legal but I don’t think it’s advisable to be a part of it because of the faults that are attached to it, the one I can never tolerate happened to be the first you talked about, undisclosed identity of the owner, this means there’s something to hide about it. Thanks.

    • I totally agree with you Wilde. The first thing I check when writing a review is the identity of the creator of a program. Can he or her be contacted somehow? Although it can sometimes be difficult to find these information, if they cannot be found, then, that’s my first red flag going up.

      Thanks for sharing your views Wilde and I wish you the very best.

      John

  7. Xpirient does look very much like a scam. On top of the $500 it costs to join, it costs another $1200 per year just to stay a member. It doesn’t make sense to spend all of that money to have access to a travel booking website when there are dozens of travel affiliate programs that you can join for free. On top of that, it is an MLM, so the prices of the holidays they’re selling are probably much higher than you would pay elsewhere.

    • I am in agreement with you. I wonder how many members Chris Kent succeeded in getting involved so far, hopefully not many. It might be worth it if you are constantly on holiday, travelling and hiring palaces wherever you go, but then you may as well buy your own travel agency, right?

      Thanks for sharing your views and I wish you the very best with your online projects.

      Stay safe and healthy,

      John

  8. It is so glaring that Xpirient has nothing reason to offer. I didn’t want to call it a scam, but getting to know that they are just claiming to being a travel niche as a disguise, whereas they do not have anything to do with traveling and holidays, gave the mindset of seeing it to be a scam. The membership fees and cost of being part of the program are so expensive and their compensation plans look so quack and difficult to acquire. Well, I am glad to be among those who have read this article and has been able to learn more on the credibility of Xpirient. Thanks for this!

    • Thanks for sharing your views Kelvin. I am also glad that you read this scam program review on Xpirient and I hope that many more will read it before getting sucked into such a scam. Having been involved in several so called “the best” MLM (Multi Level Marketing) organisations in the past, I have quickly given them up to favor Affiliate Marketing programs for the main reasons that they are more transparent in their doings and with them everyone involved is a winner, not just the guys at the top. 

      Mind you, there are also many scams among Affiliate Programs, but they usually don’t live long as they are very quickly detected and put out of business.

      I am under the impression that you are also involved in some affiliate programs Kelvin, what is your niche?

      I wish you the very best for your online projects. Take care, stay safe and healthy,

      John

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