I came across an ad for First Class Hemp Oil. At first glance this product sounded promising. It appears to be a Made in the U.S.A. and is a CBD oil with Hemp Oil. So far so good. But wait…. the headline says “CBD is short for CANNABIDOIL!.” Actually, CBD is short for Cannabidiol. OK, maybe spell check didn’t catch that one. I’ll over look it.

How Potent Is It Anyway?

After reviewing the label and reading the entire website, the strength of the CBD in their 1 oz bottle shows 3.33mg per serving. This sounds very low! That is less than 100mg per bottle. Even other companies offer a CBD dog treats that have 10mg per serving. Competitors have bottles of 1 oz oil for a minimum of 500mg per bottle.  Yes, very low CBD in this First Class Hemp Oil.

Their ad also states: “Thats why we crteated First Class Hemp Oil. What makes our First Class Hemp Oil great? (Its in the Nutural & Pure Ingredients!)”

First of all, “crteated” is not a word nor is “Nutural”. Second, they keep talking about the benefits of CBD and keep calling it Hemp Oil and then revert back and refer to it as CBD Oil. I’m convinced they are not familiar with spell check and not sure which to market, the Hemp Oil or the CBD Oil. CBD is what offers the amazing benefits we all hear about. Hemp Oil has nutritional benefits but it is just the vehicle used to get the CBD oil into our cells.

Strike 1!


I was reviewing the web page trying to find out the price. The website requires you to fill out an order form even before knowing the price! I went ahead and completed the form. They offer 7 bottles for $199.96 ($28.56 per bottle) and offer “Specials” for 6 bottles, 5 bottles, 4 bottles, 3 bottles, 2 bottles and 1 bottle Options. A single bottle is $24.95. So really, you can buy 7 single bottles for $174.65 and skip their 7 bottle special.  Don’t forget that their bottle is for 30 servings at 3.33mg per servings. Other competitors offer same size bottle containing 50 servings with 10mg per servings for just a little more money. Sounds like you are getting much more hemp oil than CBD oil.

Strike 2!

Customer Service

At First Class Hemp Oil, they advertise free cancellation and have a 24 hours a day customer service line. I was hoping customer service would be able to verify how many MGs is in this product. I called the 24-hour number in the ad above on a Sunday afternoon. After calling 844-331-7135 and choosing option #1, I received a recording saying they are only open 8 to 5 Monday thru Friday.

Strike 3… They’re OUT!!

So then I thought I would try emailing them at the address in the same ad at help@firstclasshempoil.com. I then received this email in return:

So, no 24 hour customer service phone number as advertised, no working email, they already received 3 strikes and they are going for more! Do you really think they will stand behind their cancellation policy posted on the website? I’m not willing to find out.

All Aboard… the CBD Band Wagon!

This is my biggest fear with companies wanting in on the CBD band wagon. If this company does have a decent oil then why are they so deceitful with the contact info on their ad? And why is bulk orders $4 more per bottle?  They are so desperate to make a CBD sale they are creating websites with multiple misspelled words and offering no support.  I only intended to ask a simple question to verify how many MGs is in this product. It terrifies me to think of trying to reach them if there was an allergy involved or a bad side effect. We couldn’t tell the Emergency Room doctor what we consumed. This is why the US Hemp Roundtable and the US Hemp Authority are putting standards in place. Those 2 organizations feel a need to protect the consumers. Making claims of improved health and expecting a customer to trust them with a product to consume is a big deal and should not be taken lightly.


I do not recommend this product. Please read my other company reviews.  I don’t know about you, but a company that offers a fraction of CBD that their competitors offer, has a website that falsely advertises 24 hours a day customer service, and an email that is non responsive, is not a company I want to give my credit card info to.

8 thoughts on “First Class Hemp Oil Review

  1. Thanks for clearing out this one! With every new day, a new CBD oil company rises on the market. It’s become extremely difficult to differentiate between legitimate ones and those who are in it just for money. Based on your research, it seems that the First Class Hemp falls in the latter category. Thanks so much for doing this review! I’ll check out your other recommendation.

  2. Thank you for this review, I really appreciate your honest feedback.
    I hate when companies try to be dishonest, especially when it comes to advertising something that does not match the truth. A good company should not be afraid of giving a refund if they are sure that they are selling a good product. If this doesn’t happen it looks quite sneaky to me.
    Thanks again for all the info.
    Wish you the best.

    1. Thanks for the comment Andy. I suspected many companies will try to collect off of the CBD craze and hope I can help a few people not be scammed by these companies. Thanks again for the comments. It helps me know I’m going in the right direction with my intent of this page.
      God Bless!
      Jamie L.

  3. Hey, thanks for this review. I’m hugely passionate about cbd oil for health as I think the benefits for some people can be life changing.

    Sadly, for every good cbd oil being marketed, there is another bad one. It’s not always easy to tell them apart, and like you say, it’s terrifying to think what someone could be putting in their body if they don’t go for a reputable company! It’s also made harder with these kinds of things as supplements don’t go through fda approval. Thank you for exposing this company for the scam that they are, and I love that you also specify safe recommendations 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Natalie! My intent is to educate and help other when I can. CBD is everywhere and I fear companies are trying to get a piece of the pie at all costs. Hopefully I could have saved 1 or 2 people from making what could potentially be a bad decision.
      Thanks again and good luck out there!
      Jamie L

  4. I just saw a piece on a local TV station and NONE of the products tested out as advertised. Most had levels of the active ingredient that varied widely from what the label listed. And most had levels significantly below the therapeutic levels listed. Thank you for shining a light on the need for being well-informed consumers and for providing this service via your site.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. I hope my post has helped a few people from falling victim to a company that doesn’t provide the best support or products.
      Thank you and God Bless!
      Jamie L

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