Arieyl Review: with its retails launching off a lingering Copyright Infringement case, Arieyl offers a passive earning avenue to affiliates. This happens despite a court case.
Before 2021, the company website would redirect visitors to its Facebook page. There, it briefs prospective affiliates on the nature of retails run by the company. Of course, the MLM algorithm is recruitment, the connector market. So instead of walking the rounds to sell products, affiliates can recruit people to buy from the company and get bonuses.
But for all it is worth, some of the Arieyl products, the drugs per se, are available in drug stores. One imagines the point of its affiliate program is to increase sales. See what else there is in this Arieyl Review.
Arieyl Review: Overview
As it happens, the owners of Arieyl supposedly left their previous job at MyDailyChoice in uncertain terms. Their former employer, not fawning to their employees’ fancy, pressed a Copyright Infringement charge as of November last year.
The employees in question, also the owners of Arieyl, are Travis Butler and Arieyl Kristen. Searches reveal that the two had a splendid start promoting MyDailyChoice. As seen from one chronicler’s blog, Butler earned $537,000 monthly while at MyDailyChoice. His downlines are impressive as well, reportedly around 13,000, with recruitments at a 30 to 40 steady.
Subsequently, all details of Butler’s MLM business remuneration became unavailable, but there is a load left on the Butlers’ Facebook page. While previous records showed relatively modest figures as Butler’s income, the Facebook page mentions millions.
Also, our Arieyl Review finds that the company is a drug retail pro. Its product cache includes tinctures, capsules, drinks, etc. The flagship offer seems to be a gummy capsule.
Now, our first reservation about these products is they come from a third party. Usually, the market path is monitored by pharmaceuticals and the consumer. Arieyl is an unchecked bridge here. Additionally, Butler’s former employer, MDC, holds a case for Arieyl in a US court.
See the next section of this Arieyl Review for more details.
MyDailyChoice Sues Arieyl Founders
Arieyl Review: Butler’s exit from MDC met a few months quiet before he kicks a litigation bump. He currently has to clear the following charges in a US Court:
- Copyright Infringement
- Then something in the line of disrupting contract execution,
- And breaching said contract
Regardless, this Arieyl Review notes that the copyrighted material is essentially a cliché in MLM. There is nothing original about an MLM payment algorithm. But since MDC has it in for Arieyl, it will wrangle the scripts to win the case.
The MDC Affiliate Compensation Plan, supposedly an ensemble of Josh Zwagil’s, contains the payment blueprint for all affiliate tiers on My Daily Choice. Even if it is not an original idea, it will have specifications that could stoke more bickering in the My Daily Choice, Inc. v. Butler et al case.
We examine the Arieyl Compensation Plan in the following section.
Affiliate Compensation Plan
Impliedly hauled from MDC’s, Arieyl’ Compensation Plan is a mix of a unilateral and binary commission matrix.
Subsequently, affiliates can get incentives like Matching Bonuses, Performance bonuses, etc. Below is how the affiliate ranking structure looks like on the website. (Remember: PV is Personal Volume, while GV is Group Volume)
Mogul _ available for 90 PVs and 1000,000 GVs, culminating monthly, along with three recruits that retain 90 PVs in monthly downline culminations.
Icon _ available for 90 PVs and 500,000 GVs, culminating monthly, along with three recruits that retain 90 PVs in monthly downline culminations.
Legend _ sells for 90 PVs and 250,000 GVs monthly culminations from downlines and three recruits that retain 90 PVs per month.
Black Diamond _ sells for 90 PVs and 100,000 GVs monthly culminations from downlines and three recruits that retain 90 PVs per month.
Diamond _ rank is available for 90 PVs and 50,000 GVs monthly culminations from downlines and three recruits that retain 90 PVs per month.
Sapphire _ rank sells for 90 PVs and 25,000 GVs, culminating monthly, along with three recruits that have 90 PVs per month in their downlines.
Emerald _ is available for 90 PVs and 10,000 GVs, culminating monthly, along with three recruits that have 90 PVs per month in their downlines.
Ruby _ also sells for 5000 GVs and three recruitments. Further, you can get the rank for 90 PVs and 5000 GVs per month, culminating from downlines and three recruits that have 90 PVs monthly.
Platinum _ buy goods worth at least $500 and get the rank. Otherwise, you will have to provide 90 PVs and 2500 GVs monthly as downline volumes.
Gold _ buy goods worth at least $200 and get the rank. Else, you will have to provide 90 PVs and 1000 GVs monthly as downline volumes.
Rockstar _ available on registration for an affiliate program. Also, you will have to make 35 PVs in referral downlines per month.
The next section of this Arieyl Review briefly looks at the products on Arieyl.
Products, Also on Dispensaries
There is nothing particular about the Arieyl Products save the MLM appendage. Most of them have hemp extracts _ Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabigerol (GBG). Also, they are not so affordable for a drug that also sells cheap at dispensaries. In this regard, buyers would be hoping for an MLM profit avenue. Some of the products are:
Watermelon Mojito Broad Spectrum Hemp Tincture _ sells at $85 (thirty-milliliter package)
Plain Jame Full Spectrum Hemp Tincture also sells for $85 (thirty-milliliter package)
Dragons Breath Full Spectrum Hemp Tincture (thirty-milliliter package sells for $115)
Watermelon Mojito Broad Spectrum Hemp Tincture (thirty-milliliter package sells for $150)
Watermelon Mojito Full Spectrum Hemp Tincture (thirty-milliliter package sells for $150)
Other products are in the following caches:
CBD/CBG Gummies_ Highbernation Strawberry Sleep Gummy, Body Guard Gummy, and Cloud 8 Gummy.
CBD Bath Salts _ Warrior, You Dew You, It Is Well, and Slumber Party.
Arieyl Review Conclusion
Our Arieyl Review finds nothing new about the above products. Arieyl merely procures some CBD/CBG-heavy capsules and gives them hoary captions. Beneath the superficial naming tactics, Arieyl puts up a drug retails front for its MLM business. Not that the farce is hard to detect.
Moreover, the affiliate compensation is skewed. It subtly tallies competition to purchases. And the result is higher investors buying products to stay up. If this top-tier retail chain crushes the weak link at the lower affiliate ranks, it stifles the revenue of Arieyl, proving that the Affiliate Compensation Structure is Ponzi.