H9 Water Company – Good Business Op?

Various water companies have been coming up over the recent
years including H9 Water Company. The company was founded in 2013 by Steve
Morse and Keith Hall both from Texas, USA. There have been different reviews on
H9 Water that seem to misinform people on the product.

I have set out to research more about H9 water and get
factual reviews on it and dispel any misinformation or rumors. I can only
review the product on actual information provided by the company’s website as
well as testimonials or case studies available. I am in no way related to the
company nor am I promoting the product. Just an educated review to let the
readers decide whether it is a hit or miss.

I will try to dispel or approve any claims from the company
regarding the “Magical water.” In most cases, similar websites as H9’s will
contain biased reviews claiming the unique benefits of using their products.
I’ll provide the overview background of the company and talk about its
products. I’ll as be discussing the company’s compensation plan. To conclude,
I’ll provide to you the pros and cons for H9 water to help you with better
judgment. Here Goes…

H9 Water Overview

It may be because the company is relatively new or due to
other reasons, but there is limited information on the product and the
founders. What can be established is that it was created back in 2013 by Steven
Morse and Keith Hall. It’s situated in Texas, USA.

A closer look at their site reveals Earth Products Inc. as
the company behind H9 water. Nonetheless, no other connection can be found
between the two companies. There is little evidence to show that Hall and Morse
have another company, so I’ll go ahead and assume that this is their first
venture.

H9 Water Products and
Services

I have tried many sources to verify if H9 Water Company has
an exceptional or unique product, but it is mainly water. The company claims
that they produce “structured” water with the following claims to it:

• It provides vital
skin and hair nutrients

• Increased body
hydration

• Has essential
minerals and vitamins

• Increases your
alertness duration

• Replicates and
changes into energy and

• It detoxifies
your body wastes

A box of H9 water costs $99.95 that can last a few weeks;
the company recommends two boxes per month that is enough for a person. A
strange approach if you ask me, as it seems pricey compared to bottled water.

Let’s look at their compensation plan.

Compensation Plan

For such a company trying to promote itself, I find it odd
that they do not have a compensation video to explain their ideas. I did find a
pdf though; it breaks down the basics as described below.

Before creating your own H9 business, you will have to buy
one of their partner pack that comes with different items. These packs are:

• H9 premium
partner pack for $999

• H9 Partner pack
for $499

• H9 Partner
Marketing pack for $499

Therefore, before you start, you will have to part with some
substantial amount of money for the investment. There are also many ranks and
requirements needed to be part of the payment system. Listed are all the ranks
to move from:

• Partner

• Senior partner

• Director

• Regional director

• Regional director

• National director

• Executive
director

• Ambassador – Five
levels ( 1-5)

• Global ambassador

• Platinum Global
ambassador

Pros of H9 Water

·
I like it since it offers a 90 money back
guarantee

·
Has a large pool of bonuses and a massive
ranking system

Cons

·
They don’t have any unique product

·
Cheaper options to get water from

·
Not many people will purchase water worth a
hundred dollars

·
Numerous recruitment requirements

·
No evidence for any special effect in the water

The Verdict

H9 Water compensation plan is rather decent, and they own
product. My primary concern is that they are just selling costly water in my
opinion. If it’s $99 or 16 bottles and each bottle measures 500ml, then its
$6.19 for a bottle. However the 90 day money guarantee can be of much help
recover some money.

At the end of the day, H9 Water is still water, and for a
few hundred dollars you can get yourself a nice filtration system for clean
water.

Selling such a product can be extremely frustrating leave
alone the recruitment part. If you believe in your marketing skills, however,
you can try out and get your rewards. There are many networking programs to
train recruits about promoting such products, and they may come in handy.