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What is Noble 8 Revolution

Noble 8 Revolution Review

What is Noble 8 Revolution?
Noble 8 Revolution is a multi-level marketing company that sells courses and provides educational retreats for personal growth and development. The company claims to combine three trends, and they are entrepreneurship, global charity and personal growth and development. Hence, they not only provide an opportunity to earn money through the company, but they also do charity and help people in personal growth and development.

The founders of this company are Mark Campese and Blaine Williams. Mark is the President and Blaine is the current CEO of this company. This company was launched in December, 2017.

In this review, I will try to cover the facts related to this company and help you decide if this company is a scam or not. This review is not biased because I am not trying to promote this company.

How does Noble 8 Revolution work?

The company claims that 10% of purchases or sales is given to charities. Now let us take a look at how you will earn through the compensation plan of this company. First of all, you will have to buy the entry level course from Life Mastery Academy. The next step is to sell the same course to three customers. When you sell the course to the third customer, then your status will be changed to Independent Business Leader.

You will earn $25 after getting three customers. There are four campuses in the compensation plan of this company. You will begin at the Novice Campus by paying the $25 fee. The other three campuses are Apprentice Campus, Mentor Campus and Master Mentor Campus. The higher campuses will allow you to earn more money. In short, your goal is to purchase the higher campuses to earn more money.

The compensation plan is based on a 3×5 matrix. There are three positions on level one, and all you have to do is recruit three people. Once you have three, the next level will be unlocked, and you will get paid. On the second level, there will be 9 positions. The positions will always be three times more at the next level. Therefore, there will be 27 positions on the third level. This means that there will be 81 positions and 243 positions on level 4 and level 5 respectively.

Here are the different campuses and your earnings from those campuses. You can also earn when people in your team recruit other people and fill the positions in your matrix.

Novice Campus
Course 1 (3 positions): $25
Course 2 (9 positions): $102
Course 3 (27 positions): $2,140
Course 4 (81 positions): $47,840
Course 5 (243 positions): $777,600

Apprentice Campus
Course 1 (3 positions): $220
Course 2 (9 positions): $2,100
Course 3 (27 positions): $25,400
Course 4 (81 positions): $239,200
Course 5 (243 positions): $3,898,000

Mentor Campus
Course 1 (3 positions): $3,200
Course 2 (9 positions): $20,800
Course 3 (27 positions): $154,800
Course 4 (81 positions): $523,000
Course 5 (243 positions): $24,300,000

Master Mentor Campus
Course 1 (3 positions): $9,200
Course 2 (9 positions): $47,000
Course 3 (27 positions): $490,000
Course 4 (81 positions): $2,990,000
Course 5 (243 positions): $48,600,000

You have to complete course 2 in the campus before the one that you wish to qualify for. There are additional sales required to qualify for a higher campus. Overall, you need 8 personal sales to qualify for the highest campus, which is the Master Mentor Campus.

You will have to buy the higher campuses to unlock them. The compensation plan deducts the fee of the next campus from your earnings. It is very clear that the compensation plan is all about recruiting.

As soon as you join, they push you to recruit three people before you can earn money from the compensation plan. This is solid evidence that they want you to focus on recruiting. You also have to spend a lot of money to buy the different campuses.

I think that this is a recruiting scam based on the information provided by the compensation plan. The focus is on recruiting instead of the courses. The website doesn’t even explain any of the courses in detail.

How much does it cost to join?

You can get started for $25, but the total amount of money that you will have to spend to unlock all campuses is $11,325. This is a lot of money. I don’t know why someone would risk so much money unless they think that they can earn a lot of money from the compensation plan. Unfortunately, I know for a fact that most people who spend so much will not get their investment back.

How much can I earn?

I know that your potential earnings are shown to be really high in the compensation plan, but they are just there to hype this opportunity. The website clearly mentions in the Income Disclaimer that no earnings are guaranteed. The problem with recruiting scams is that only the people at the top make the most money. The people at the bottom always end up losing or not earning enough.

The only way to earn a lot of money through this scam is to recruit a lot of people and build your own pyramid. If your pyramid is really big, then you can earn a lot of money. However, normal people lack the resources and the skills to recruit so many people. The people that you recruit will most likely struggle with recruiting others as well.

Since the courses are poor, hardly anyone would pay so much money to buy them. The only way to sell the courses is to sell the opportunity instead of the courses. Most of the compensation plan is useless for most people as they will most likely fail to recruit enough people to complete course 3 in the Novice Campus to pay for the next campus.

In short, most people will not only fail to make a lot of money, but there is a very high risk of losing a lot of money if you are not careful.

Are there any complaints?
Yes, I have listed some complaints below.
This guy is actually attempting to sell this obvious Ponzi scheme as something other than just that.
Noble 8 is definitely a scam.

Conclusion

Noble 8 Revolution is a scam in my opinion. I would not recommend that you join this scam even if you are great at recruiting. There are legal ways of earning money if you are great at recruiting people. The founders have a shady history as they were involved in a recruiting scam before. I don’t know how long will this one last, but it should be closed down within a few years. Good luck.

Pros
None

Cons
Recruiting Scam
Founders were involved in a recruiting scam
High prices
Poor courses
No information about the courses

By john rico

I am an Online Entrepreneur and Civil Engineer in the making at the same time. I am already earning Extra Income and I want to Use this Blog to Share to Everyone what I did.

2 comments

  1. Dear John,

    Normally the joining price will be high with MLM’s but with Noble 8 Revolution it’s low and it’s great to know that they do focus on charity. After reading your complete review my whole perspective changed about this company.

    When I read it will cost $11,325 to unlock all campuses, I am shocked and as you mentioned it’s very expensive. Thanks for the embedded compensation plan video, as you mentioned it’s full of hype.

    I am always afraid of MLM’s and I do agree there are a few genuine MLM companies but many are scams. I will stay away from Noble 8 Revolution.

    The income stats you shared is inspiring!

    Wishing you great success!

    Paul

    1. Thank you for sharing your personal opinion about Noble 8 Revolution. I am glad that I have helped you learn more about the compensation plan of this MLM business. If you have more questions, please feel to let me know so I can help you.

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