CEO: Jeff Mack
Price: $189 (starting)
Overall Rating: 45/100
Let me just start off this review with the fact that I am not associated with Vidacup in any way, shape, or form. However, I was a member and have quit, but for my very own reasons.
I actually joined the company when they first launched and I have had a very good relationship with the CEO, Jeff Mack. Jeff is a wonderful guy and I wish I could work with him more, but life had other plans for me instead.
Vidacup Product Overview
Vidacup is this new MLM company that uses a billion dollar industry that most of us probably partake in, which is coffee. However, this is not your ordinary coffee and it doesn’t cost as little either.
The company offers 3 different types of coffee and all have their special reasoning behind it. They are all infused with the H1X1 mushroom extract, which is what makes them so different from your regular coffee.
On top of the mushrooms, they also have a business side to things and is actually the biggest part of the whole Vidacup business. It is multilevel marketing and yes it is something like Amway.
The business part is what interested me most, but let’s start by digging into the product itself and what you will be selling if you do decide to be a Vidacup rep.
This was what sealed the deal for me, or should I say, cut the chord? I didn’t find the coffee to be the best thing ever and I actually let a couple of my friends try them out as well.
The flavor was bland and it actually kept my friend up for a whole day. He tried the regular coffee, which is the Mo-Joe and told me what it did and I haven’t promoted it since then.
If it wasn’t for these side effects and the taste, I would probably still be a member of this business. I really thought I struck gold with this company, but that was not the case. Here are the products and a little on what they do.
The Mojoe is pretty much your basic coffee. This would equivalent to your regular cup of coffee. To me, the Mojoe was the one I liked most but it still needed some type of sugar to make it sweeter. Again, that is just my opinion so don’t shoot me.
Although I liked the Mojoe the most, it wasn’t enough to keep me with the company. There were several reasons why I joined Vidacup and I will discuss that later.
- Ageless Brew
The ageless brew is the coffee that you would use if you wanted to lose weight. This coffee has some weight loss additives that will assist you with your weight loss efforts. It definitely tastes like crap and I never really drank that one.
Xtreme coffee is for the extra active individual. I had a buddy of mine try the Xtreme and he almost didn’t sleep for 24 hours. I guess that coffee is really extreme yet I don’t think anyone would want to drink it after something like that happens.
- Lean Bean
Lean bean was created for weight loss. Who ever thought you could lose weight drinking coffee huh? Well supposedly you can do that with Vidacup. Along with this coffee they also have a weight-loss challenge for brand promoters and it is definitely something that you might want to look into.
I’m only going to talk about these coffees because these are the only ones that I’ve tried. I waited for the new product to arrive before leaving Vidacup and that product was the H1X1 Super Concentrate.
This was a pill that contained exactly that, H1X1 Super concentrate. That of course wasn’t enough to keep me on board and not even the great relationship with Jeff could keep me here. Jeff probably misses me bothering him but I have to do what i got to do and I know he understands.
Pros and Cons
- Fairly new MLM company
- Awesome support
- Decent Compensation plan
- Poor product
- Kind of pricey
- Side effect from the coffee
Who is Vidacup for?
Vidacup is for anyone interested in doing some Multi-level marketing. If you are into the “recruiting” thing then Vidacup would be something that might be of interest to you.
I wouldn’t recommend the coffee so I don’t know if that’s enough to make you want to join this business. Do some online marketing and you will be good to go.
If you like coffee (which most of us do), then you might find this business to be something that you can promote. This business beats any 9-5 or network marketing business that doesn’t offer a product.
Of course you will have to be successful to be better than any other job and it’s not as easy as people make MLM out to be. It is going to require you to work and do some face to face selling.
Is there Support with Vidacup?
The support offered with Vidacup is by far the best I’ve ever had in any MLM I’ve ever joined. I had total access to CEO Jeff Mack and have also developed a great friendship along the way.
Besides Jeff, there are also tons of people that can help you, most especially your up-line, which I didn’t have. Weird huh?
You can contact their toll free number 24/7 and get help with anything regarding their products. Just like any MLM company out there, you won’t get anywhere if you don’t help each other so yes, you will get help from other Vidacup members.
You want support? You get a lot of support with Vidacup it’s just the product that maybe needs some support. If the products were good I would probably still be a member.
The Cost of Vidacup
You can actually sign up for free but you will not get any commissions by doing this. Vidacup is not some cheap coffee if that’s what you’re thinking.
There are several pay levels and I will show you them below. The cost for each level is what you will pay to start doing business to earn commissions.
After you purchase one of the kits, you will only be charged about $89 a month to qualify for commissions. Pretty pricey if you ask me. Each kit below comes with so many amounts of coffee but it will give you points as well.
Bronze – Cost: $190
Silver – Cost: $390
Gold – Cost: $770
Platinum – Cost: $1200
Platinum Power pack – $2000
* All kits require a monthly auto-ship package which is at least $89 (monthly)
My Final Opinion of Vidacup
Vidacup is a very ethical company and offer a decent compensation plan but there are several things that made me quit them all in all. Although they are a very new company and have a lot of potential, I didn’t really like the coffee. I had to add some sugar and what not to make it taste decent.
I held on for a couple months waiting on their new product but not even that could let me stay. I can’t sell something that I’m not using myself and that’s just how I am. Although I was so excited because I got in early with the company, the coffee shot me down.
Another reason I am no longer a Vidacup member is because I’m not really into the “recruiting” thing. Although they are fairly new recruiting people is not that easy.
I know people are looking for a way out of this crazy economy and MLM is definitely one of them. I got out of the rat race doing business online and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Should You Join Vidacup?
I think Vidacup is a very good company and is definitely not a scam, but the product is not going to get you very far. It’s going to be that much harder for you to get people to join, when your product doesn’t even deliver.
I just wish they had a better product, because I really liked working as apart of the company and the help was beyond excellent.
However, we are all different and you might find the coffee to be a little different for you. Maybe my fiend was having a weak moment when he tried the coffee too. I really don’t know.
So What Now?
I hope you don’t think that MLM is the only way to go because it is not. I am a full-time online marketer and yes I do make a full-time income from home.
It doesn’t require recruiting and it doesn’t require you to do any direct selling. Read more here on the same exact program that taught me everything about making money online and is also responsible for making me the stay at home dad that I am.
I hope you found this Vidacup review to be some kind of help to you and I wish you the best of luck on your hunt for a solid work from home opportunity. If you’ve had any experience with this company (good or bad) I would love to hear your thoughts, so if you would be so kind and leave a line or two below. Cheers!