Juicy Fields review – Something is not right [BEWARE]

Juicy Fields review

In this review we analyze the investment opportunity presented by Juicy Fields, which is a program for growing Cannabis plants.

What is Juicy Fields

Juicy Fields is an online investment platform that allows you to invest in cannabis production. You supposedly will literally buy cannabis plants and make money from what they produce.

Everything will be done for you, from planting to selling, you just have to deposit money with Juicy Fields and choose your program/plant.

Juicy Fields is trying to convince you to invest by arguing that cannabis is getting legalized all over the world, therefore the demand will only grow.

You can choose from four different investment programs/plants that supposedly will make you 100%+ returns in one year.

Even the cheapest program Juiy Flash is supposed to earn you 68 – 83 euro in 108 days from a 50 euro investment. This is an average return of 75.5 euro from a 50 euro investment, which is 51% in 108 days.

You can repeat the same investment more than three times in a year, which brings us to a total of a 172.36% return in a single year. Which is very high.

So the question is: Is Juicy Fields legit?

Beware of Juicy Fields

Juicy Fields have a very nice presentation, they say they are registered and everything looks professional. So is it legit? Not so fast. In this review we explain the red flags we found.

Extremely high returns

The first thing we noticed is the extremely high returns promised by Juicy Fields and investment plans that do not correspond to reality.

You might not like it, but 172% returns per year are something that we have never seen with any legit investment opportunity. Yes, you might have a great year, be lucky with some high returns and make 172% or more in one year.

But you can’t do that every year. Yet Juicy Fields claim these returns will come like clockwork. Such high returns usually are something that we see with Ponzi schemes only.

Another thing to notice is that Juicy Fields claim to have cannabis plants that can live up to five years and be harvested several times each year. We are not cannabis experts, but a quick search on the internet reveals that cannabis plants have a one year lifespan only, they can be harvested only once and that’s all.

So this is another red flag, because it seems that in reality no cannabis plant can live and produce for five years like Juicy Fields claim.

Suspicious investment plans

Not authorized

Juicy Fields claim to be run by a Dutch company called Juicy Holdings BV. It is true that there is a company with this name registered in the Netherlands, but its registered web address is juicyholdings.com. And that website mentions Juicy Fields AG as a company registered in Switzerland.

The problem is that Juicy Holdings say that Juicy Fields AG is located in Knonau, while the Swiss companies register says that Juicy Fields is located in Pfäffikon, which is a different place. So a lot of confusion here, no clear legal info.

We contacted Juicy Holdings and asked them if they really own JuicyFields.io, but we have not received any answer. So at the time of the publication of this review we found no proof that JuicyFields.io really is own by Juicy Holdings, which is a registered company.

 

Juicy Holdings

But the most important thing is that JuicyFields is offering investment services that are regulated in the EU, US and the rest of the world.

In this case the cannabis plants are sold as securities. People from Juicy Fields take your money and they promise to invest it in something that will earn you returns. It is a clear investment contract.

So, we contacted the AFM, which is the national financial regulator in the Netherlands, and asked them about Juicy Fields, since they claimed to be run by a Dutch company. You can see the response below.

AFM basically confirmed that as a provider of financial services Juicy Fields is not registered/authorized and they even added that it probably is a scam.

There you have it, the financial regulator from the same country as Juicy Fields parent company looked at them and said it is probably a scam.

Also, Juicy Fields is on a warning list of the Spanish financial regulator CNMV and of the German financial regulator BaFin because it is an unauthorized investment offer.

For us it is the biggest red flag that should make you stay away from this investment program.

Not authorized

Doesn’t matter if it is paying

A lot of time people come to us and say that program xyz can’t be a scam because it is paying. And we have to repeat that it is not an indication of legitimacy.

A lot of investment programs run as Ponzi schemes, which means they simply transfer money between new and old members. New members pay the profit of older members, it is a pyramid that is destined to crumble.

So if you are in Juicy Fields and you are receiving your payouts, don’t consider it as a proof of legitimacy. Look at the red flags raised in this review, they are too substantial to be overlooked.

Juicy Fields review – Conclusion

Juicy Fields is offering returns on investments that are way too high for any legit business, they offer plants that don’t exist in the real world and the Dutch financial regulator says it is probably a scam. We recommend staying away from it.

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Comments 121

  • this article, and the comments, are a really good resource!
    I’ve invested some euro in JF and I must admit I didn’t research it very much before jumping on the wagon.
    From my point of view, I just hope the system keeps working for at least once more year from now. By then I’ll have x2 my investment, which would be sweet 😛

    • did you get your money back? now juicy fields closed their platform and accept no new members, old members lost all the access. Definitely a scam!

  • You’re excused, it just so happens to be a fact. Just thought that I might mention that. Obviously you don’t have an answer, which is fine.

  • Personal experience – I am averaging €1200 profit per month in what is my third year. I’ve been to the office here in Zurich for a coffee and to express my appreciation for this great, sustainable and lucrative opportunity. It’s surprising that you were not able to get in conact with them before publishing this piece, I have found then to be very accessible when the need is there. My bank won’t let me make deposits to either of those free demo account businesses, any idea why that would be?

  • Hey little Jamie, why is it that I know more on the subject of cannabis than you do? It could not possible be because I have actually done research on cannabis, or could it?

  • Poor little Jamie, can not admit to the errors of his way. To lazy to do any real research himself. Gets upset when facts discredit him. Grow up son, welcome to the real world.

    • So now you used a 5th name to use your very respectful tone towards me. Go on, it is very funny and it says everything we need to know about people who support Juicy Fields.

  • I would also like to point out that you know absolutely nothing about the profitability of cannabis. Cannabis seeds are dirt cheap, especially when purchased in bulk. Price per seed on a bulk order is probably $2 per seed or less. Cannabis plants do not require a whole lot of fertilizer/nutrients to grow. If the grow farm has an automatic watering system setup, there is little to no labor work required. Good quality medicinal cannabis goes for $200+ per ounce. One single $2 seed can produce way more than a pound in optimal conditions. 1 pound at $200 an ounce is $3200. Tell us again how only Ponzi schemes have such a high profitability. It does not matter if they are a scam or not, your deceptive article spreading misinformation & lies discredits anything you have ever posted online. It is simple, if you are not educated on the subject, either educate yourself before you comment on the subject or just do not comment. When you so freely spread misinformation, you become the problem & not the solution.

  • I would like to point out that the only type of cannabis that can only be harvested once are auto flowering plants. Photoperiod cannabis plants do in fact have a life span similar to a tree. Photoperiod plants rely on light cycles for vegetation & flowering stages. 95% of a photoperiod plant can be harvested at the end of flowering phase & the plant can be put back into vegetation phase, it is refereed to as revegetation. The fact that you could not even do the simplest of research is reason enough to not take any advice given by you because you are to lazy and ignorant to do real research.

  • I think on a couple of things you are not correct (at least you are not fully understanding their presentation of how the product “works”).

    Overall however, you are correct. The product is 100% an investment, no two ways about it. My qualification to state this? I used to advise banks on how to structure alternative funds. JF say that they crowd fund because banks would not fund this product which is not true. Mainstream banks certainly not, but alternative funds (many of whom sit on billions), would happily invest for this kind of return. This is a perfect product for a reverse factoring/trade finance funder.

    Motivated by the insane return, I myself have invested but I accept and more importantly understand the risk and can afford the loss if JF goes pop at some stage. The Telegram group is shocking, no logic, little fact but lots of bluster and aggressively shoot down anyone who dares to question. If someone asks a tricky question the mods make it disappear quickly by pasting in a load of generic posts. My feeling is that there are many that walk blindly into this and will suffer hardship if they lose their money.

    Well done with your post and there’s quite a strong smell of the Telegram community off the responses that you have received.

  • Are you going to delete my reply again you fraud? The response is NOT from Juicyfields.

    • Oh, wow, so now you are calling me fraud. Never deleted any of your comments. Comments in on this website are moderated because of tons of spam I receive, that is all. Everybody has to wait for their comment to be approved.

      So now you are bragging for having posted a statement in German without providing the source and insulting me because I incorrectly guessed the source?

  • This is from Statista – The median average cost to grow a pound of dried cannabis flower in a warehouse/indoors in the United States in 2020 was 472 U.S. dollars. The cheapest cultivation method was outdoor growing, at a median average cost of 214 U.S. dollars. Costs have fallen since then. Looks like the quick internet search was a little too quick? 172% return too high? I have another passive play that returns even more and has done for the past two years and is legit. You also don’t seem to be very clear on the ‘five year’ part either, heres a clue Plant Renewal…

    Juicy Holdings B.V. has temporarily suspended access to JuicyFields.io platform for all German residents according to BaFin request starting 07.03.2022. We are working on welcoming you on a German crowdfunding platform soon. The Bafin story is related to KYC.

    Finally did you refer to this from the company itself?

    juicyfields.us/why-juicyfields-is-not-a-scam-fraud-or-a-ponzi-scheme/

    • Seriously, you think that when you post lies you will change reality?

      The BaFin “story” is not related to KYC. The BaFin published a warning about Juicy Fields because it is an unauthorized investment offer, the regulator literally says that Juicy Fields is breaking the law: https://www-bafin-de.translate.goog/SharedDocs/Veroeffentlichungen/DE/Verbrauchermitteilung/weitere/2022/meldung_2022_02_09_Juicy_Holdings.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=cs&_x_tr_pto=wapp

      Also, you have “another passive play that returns even more” than 172% per year and it is legit? Show me that! I have never seen anything like that. And remember, we are talking about steady yearly returns, not random lucky years.

      And finally, yes, I contacted Juicy Fields with a request for more information and never got a reply.

      • Neatly swerved all of the other facts I posted to counter your lies on costs and plant life II see. And yes Bafin is KYC related. Don’t use Google Translate, it’s rubbish. Use Deepl or learn German. Yieldnodes is legit. Dare you say it isn’t?

        Grundsätzlich ist eine Prüfung von der BaFin nichts schlechtes. Ich finde es sogar gut- dafür haben wir eine Finanzaufsicht. Und wenn sich danach herausstellt das alles korrekt ist, ist es für uns eGrower ja umso besser.
        Juicyfields hatte ja 2020 schonmal eine Prüfung der BaFin, damals war alles sauber – nur das fehlende KYC war ein Thema. Ich denke diesmal wird auch das ein Thema sein, und es wird ein KYC eingeführt werden müssen.

        • So you post Juicy Field’s lie in German about KYC while ignoring the German report of the BaFin and its content. I guess I have nothing to add.

          • That’s not even from Juicyfields. Your lies are more impressive, I guess. You make it far too easy. Didn’t come back on YN either I notice.

          • OMG, my lies? What lies??? I gave you a link to a statement from the German financial regulator BaFin and you ignore it, you post a lie about KYC from God knows who.
            In the review you have a screenshot of an e-mail from the Dutch financial regulator AMF in which the regulator says that Juicy Fields “probably is a scam”.

            So again, what am I lying about???

  • JuicyFields is registrated on Dutch trade register as you can see on the link.
    Don’t lie.

    https://dutchregistry.nl/company-search/

  • What i mean: they state (see Quote in my last post) they used to grow cannabis in Amsterdam. But there it always was and still is a crime. How can a company mention this as as reference?

    • Nice discussion, but please try to stick to the topic, everything elso helps the Ponzi-Guys (see below) . Update: Juicyholdings is registerd in NL meanwhile. Their homepage states, that the rent trucks to grow “legal” cannabis:

      ” Our starting point was in Amsterdam, mainly because our greenhouses were the most equipped and most suitable for cannabis cultivation in the area. This allowed us to improve and adapt our systems to this exceptional crop and continue developing and testing new ones on the field.”

      Sorry Guys, but Cannabis Cultivation is a crime in the Netherlands ever since. There is only one company growing medical Cannabis which is Bedrocan B.V. And they do not grow in containers. Does that mean you JH/ JF staretd with illegal operations ? I do not quite get that and took a screenshot…

      BTW: I work in the industry, a gram of medical cannabis is produced for 50 cent – 1,50 euro, depending on cultivation method, strain and regulation framework of the resp. state. You do not count that in plants.

      • They “have” some truck containers aka “juicyboxes” which are not available for purchase, but i know price mentioned has been 100k euros per container for 3 years from which you would get 180k so 80k profits in 3 years. The reason that those are not available for purchase supposed to be that they all have already been taken by juicy team members.
        But as far i know i have never heard that they growing in the Netherlands. I know Portugal,South Africa, Colombia but not Netherlands.
        So you work in this industry what is your opinion is possible to make 170% per year

        • You tell me if its possible to make 170% per year. Cannabis seeds are cheap, a few dollars each, real cheap when bought in bulk. You only have to buy seeds once because then you have the genetics to make your own seeds. Cannabis plants do not require a whole lot of fertilizer/nutrients. Cannabis plants do not require much maintenance at all. If the grower has an automatic watering system, that basically removes all labor work required for growing cannabis. The only real labor work would be harvest/trimming/curing the finished product. Photoperiod plants can be harvested multiple times through the process of revegetation. Majority of cannabis plants produce over a pound of flower. Good quality cannabis sells for well over $200 per ounce.

  • The only way i could understand big profits maybe are possible is the fact if one plant for 50 euros gives between 45g-55g and 1g of weed for recreational use has price between 10-12 euros in Netherlands or Germany. There you could easy see you only get a tiny amount of money because 1 plant gives around 500 euros. But i don’t have a clue what are the expenses also i don’t know nothing about production just saying with this logic seems possible to give that kind of profits. But again i am a noob:)

    • The problem is that various sources say that the costs to grow a plant is minimum 1800 – 2000 USD. So Juicy Fields can sell you a plant for 50 USD, but it is impossible to grow one plant for this amount.

      • apotforpot.com/blogs/growing/cannabis-costs/ Well if doesn’t look so scary although i didn’t think could be so expensive but mass production probably make it cheaper. Juicyfields say they produce medical marihuana so here are some prices health.costhelper.com/medical-cannabis.html . I must admit the company looks shade in some ways but still trying to found out if their business can give such a profits. Maybe i am also biased because i believe weed in next 5-10 years could be one of the best products to be involved it.

      • health.costhelper.com/marijuana-growing-indoor.html#:~:text=According%20to%20an%20estimate%20by,or%20clones%2C%20or%20paying%20for Well i can’t find your sources, i read through few articles and not one mansion such high costs…

        • Your source says 70 USD monthly just for electricty, so 840 USD in a year for one plant. But there is more: apotforpot.com/blogs/growing/cannabis-costs/

          • Yes but you must considered as is it mention ” a 5′ by 5′ grow area would yield 10.5 pounds(around 4,7kg) at an average cost of $225 per pound”. This means you will have 4 harvest of 3 plants every 90 days. Average small plants produce around 400 grams and when dried 65g. So 12 plants will give you 780g Lets say 1g of medical marijuana cost 15 dollars for sale then the number is 11700 dollars and your cost per year is 2250 not to mention you will build waters system and lights once or at least not every year and then just maintain them.

          • The math is wrong and it is really not up to me to explain it here.

          • Yeah but given where they are supposed to grow, sunlight is not a problem. More like putting some light bulbs so they can control when to start the blooming phase

            So their electricity bill would not be through the roof
            It’s really about the yield they generate and how high they sell + their OPEX that matters, and it’s exactly where they are not transparent

          • I am 100% sure that if it was possible to make 170%+ per year in this business, the wealthiest investors in the world would be jumping on it with their billions. Instead, Juicy Fields is on warning lists of financial regulators as an unauthorized investment offer.

          • I dont see what all the arguing is about their trust pilot has over 450 reviews with a 4.1 rating and not 1 person has said they never got paid. If its a ponzi you have to admit they have been running it awhile now going on 2 years pretty impressive ponzi as most are exit scammed in 6 months. Also whats so hard to believe that they are borrowing our money to get plants, soil, electricity then selling the weed off the plants for prob 10 bucks a gram and giving us 1.50 per gram and making 8.50 per gram. I guarentee you the 8.50 per gram pure profit for them is enough to cover their electricty and seeds, and soil in the end, I thinks its a genius business concept myself and can easily see how them and us would make tons of money. I mean come on in 2 yrs dont you find it funny not 1 person has said i never got paid

          • I presented my findings in my review, now everybody has to make up their own minds.

      • Dear James,

        May I ask if you have ever tried to grow weed? If yes, you should know it takes very little to set off a seed that will later on flourish and hopefully produce good cannabis.

        It’s interesting to follow your discussions though they are sometimes slightly too technical in my opinion.

        Did you by any chance try to invest 50€ in one single plant to actually see how the Juicyfields system works?

        Look forward to reading your answer.

        Kind regards,

        The Duke

        • The German financial regulator BaFin warns against Juicy Fields
          The Spanish financial regulator CNMV warns against Juicy Fields
          The Dutch financial regulator AFM says Juicy Field probably is a scam

          But sure, let’s argue about plants, that is the most important thing about Juicy Fields…

          I don’t need to jump under a bus to know for sure that it would be a bad idea. So please, stop this “you did not try it you can’t review it” thing.

  • Thanks for the additional information Daniel. I cannot get why James can’t understand the simple concept and how it’s utterly irrelevant that it’s an unauthorised investment offer, but the two of you arguing has given me a lot of insight

    • Oh, so I can’t understand the simple concept? So the financial regulators in the Netherlands, Germany and Spain can’t understand it too?

      While some random anonymous guys on the internet know better than national financial regulators of three different countries what laws in the EU are?

      You realize how laughable your stance is?

    • The fact they want to create a fund hints that they are trying to abide by the law in terms of financial services
      And it’s clearly a disguised investment offer….
      …as you don’t buy products or services but you give money and get it back + a profit in return after some time

      Just that they gamified the way to invest with an easy to approach platform (which is clever when it comes to retail investors)
      Nothing wrong with that, but they should be more transparent, especially regarding the ROIs they propose (I contacted them, and they were avoiding how they can offer a AVG 50% ROI on their Juicy flash, and that margin comes after paying employees, operating costs, and taking their commission (coz they have to live too) and that means they have gross margin far bigger than 50%, I’d be interesting to know their sources of leverage to achieve so)
      In their green paper, you can also read that they know exactly how much their competitors generate but they don’t disclose their profitability per gram of weed they sell (just a NA, and that’s BS, since it’s theirs, they should know first hand)

      It’s why I stay cautious and only invested a small chunk of money with them

  • You have to understand that juicyfields is not an investment/financial company…
    They provide us with an online service where we place orders and they pass them on to their partners globally (they don’t order my plant or yours, but everyone’s at the same time) and then they sell the product that you authorize from the web to sell ( that is why they are providers of a service).
    This action is not considered a regulated financial/investment activity, since both juicyfields and we are simple clients making purchases from those companies…then those companies, if they want to invest their profits by financing themselves, can do so, but our relationship has already finished with the purchase and subsequent sale of the product.
    You invest money to buy cannabis, yes, but the fact of “buying a plant” paying for the associated cultivation service and then obtaining part of its sale is not considered a regulated activity, all through the intermediary Juicyfields…
    At all times there are purchases and sales… the partners cannot use our money as an investment, they only sell, we are their clients… and if they later have benefits then they can invest in themselves, but not with our money, like this they get a lot of sales (collective cultivation also called Crowdgrowing) and those sales that generate a profit to be able to use it to grow.
    I hope you understand this…
    And for whoever wrote this review:
    BAFIN (you know who they are) have investigated Juicyfields in 2020 when they were in Germany and agreed that it is not an investment company.
    Currently, with the formation of the holding company and change of headquarters to the Netherlands, they are carrying out the audit again and the result will be the same, what more do you need?
    In short, all the information provided is biased by not thoroughly investigating the company and its activities.
    I have personally been with one of their most important partners in Portugal and I was able to touch the plants they produce with my hands, and more internal information cannot be disclosed, since they make you sign an NDA.
    Greetings.

    • You are not telling the truth. In reality Bafin found that Juicy Fields is breaking the law as an unauthorized investment: https://www.bafin.de/SharedDocs/Veroeffentlichungen/DE/Verbrauchermitteilung/weitere/2022/meldung_2022_02_09_Juicy_Holdings.html
      Don’t forget that their home regulator in the Netherlands says Juicy Fields is not authorized and that it probably is a scam: https://tbbob.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/AFM.jpg
      Also, the Spanish financial regulator placed Juicy Fields on a warning list, so in Spain it is problematic too: https://www.cnmv.es/docportal/aldia/Advertencias_CNMV_Otras_en.pdf
      I am also pretty sure that in the US Juicy Fields would pass the Howey test as a security.

      Last but not least, if it was possible to make 172% returns in a year from passive investing into cannabis, I am sure it would be the main topic all over media that cover investing.
      Why are 1 year cannabis stocks returns negative when it is such a profitable business??? https://finance.yahoo.com/u/yahoo-finance/watchlists/420_stocks/

      • I recommend you to read shlomo booklin… and you will understand why juicyfields is profitable…
        Old markets are satured and juicy fields is into emergent new markets over the world.
        Think that most countries they works doesnt have a credit card or bank to get financed… and JF provides all for them… is the power of a multi-national growing in new sectors where cannabis isnt stablished yet!
        Also if you study local latin america market and south africa ones, you will understand more…
        The returns are 41to 50% every 108 day period.
        They has “good contracts” with countries that doesnt have acces to financial services and/or banks doesnt want to give money to green things related…
        When juicyfields gets its goal (2.5% global marketcap) we will lose the train and profit… so its not eternal, for sure..
        They are working in secret even with goverments (latin america ones) so understand that their production and sales are a huge network around the world…
        They also have an investment fund for a German pharmaceutical company audited in luxburg carolath..
        Not all countries are friendly with cannabis and they know it.. because of that they do activist movements too..
        Well… also has risks, they are explained #risks (telegram)

      • You keep saying the same, CNMV is the same as BAFIN..both have nothing to regulate in a company that does not carry out financial activities that need regulation, as I have explained to you in the previous message and I see you do not understand this part well…
        if they say that Juicyfields is not regulated, it is not because they have to, but because they don’t have to… the positive report on juicyfields from BAFIN will come out soon and I hope that you understand everything better.

      • I am not here to convince anyone, just that if you publish something, do it with reliable evidence of the accusations you mention. .
        Good luck in your future

      • I have invested one year ago.. I am from Philippines.
        I got my investment back and the profit just fine

        No one convinced me or invited me to join.
        i just tried it out. It truly works.

        Greetings

      • Why is then website, instagram profile, newsletter exbitions everythink still active??
        If it is scam why nobody is doing anythink

        • As you can see regulators are moving and investigating.
          I just pointed out the red flags, I did not make a conclusion. Contact your national financial regulator for advice on Juicy Fields.

  • The report is basically wrong in two major points:

    No weed plant is living five years or getting cropped several times in a life span. They clearly state that they will plant several girls for the owner, AND that they are getting automatically renewed. It’s like a subscription to ensure the money flow. Investment stays, only profits can be taken out in that time.

    And, EVERYWHERE in their homepages, their chats etc they’re repeatingly saying that IT’S NOT AN INVESTMENT. you (or members) are buying and participating in a growing service. You will buy a service. You can’t invest in JuicyFields.

    • Your comment is basically wrong in two major points:

      They clearly state the price for one plant (see the screenshot in the review), you can buy just one plant for every plan. They let you buy one plant and have several harvests per year for multiple years.

      Also, Howey too was saying that his citrus groves are not an investment and that people were buying and participating in a growing service. Now go and google the Howey test.
      See the statement made by the Dutch financial authority about Juicy Fields.
      Also, Juicy Fields is on a warning list of the Spanish financial regulator: https://www.cnmv.es/docportal/aldia/Advertencias_CNMV_Otras_en.pdf

    • Photoperiod cannabis plants have a life span similar to a tree. Photoperiod plants can literally be harvested multiple times over a span of 5 years. There are theories that after 5 years, the plant will start to decrease in potency but their is no evidence to back up the theory. James Pinion failed to do any research on the subject. Photoperiod plants have a vegetation & flowering cycle that is based on light/dark hours. At the end of flowering cycle you harvest the majority of the plant & then put the plant back into vegetation cycle by increasing light hours. This method is called revegetation. James Pinion not bothering to do the research on this subject is reason enough to discredit anything & everything he has ever done.

  • I have contacted all Juicyfields partners as stated on the Juicyfields website and can so far report the following:

    FCM Global
    Juicyfields visited them in Colombia in 2021 and signed a contract BUT they have not started growning any plants for them. They are unsure if Juicyfields will bring volumes to them or not.

    Thomas Walker Consultation
    Juicyfields engaged with them in early 2021 about pre-license consultations mainly for the purpose of assessing the viability of production.

    • So no production and already 172% yearly returns on investment?

    • As juicyfields is constantly telling us.. they have still fields with no plants around their partners… this is why JF is looking for more people that understand their bussiness and buy more plants in order to grow with more of their plartners… also they have to pass an audit before they can start to grow…
      If you were a client of JF (even only 1 plant) you can read their internal info, that is really useful to understand what are doing around the world!

  • Your information is not good, I thought you guys new something real about that company. Have you actually done business with juicy fields? Have you lost money?

    • Just read the reviews and tell me what exactly is “not good”.

      • So if reviews say it is good, it has to be ok? What about all the huge scams in the past with the same system behind? They all pay for at least one or two years and then they shut down. They just wait till there is enough money in for the exit. Yes you can profit on that if you are early.

  • All scammers then? This man and his family too?

    https://youtu.be/JMRruuo8Z8M

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