Is Agel Enterprises A Rip Off?

Published: 22nd June 2010
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Agel was first born in 2005 in March and they sent out their first products on May of that year, it was the creation of Glen Jenson who previously had 18 years in the network marketing industry. Agel first brought to the market the concept of 'Suspension Gel' avoiding the need for pills and juice type products. I like this concept, it's very novel and some folks don't want to be swallowing pills and drinking juice all day long. They work on the theory that anything that can be put into a pill or juice can also be placed into a gel suspension, so the potential for new product developments is pretty much endless.

They advanced from just 4 products to 10, they have products aimed at benefiting the human body, both inside and out. Agel like people to feel the benefits of their products fast and have engineered them in such a way to achieve this. They also are making full use of online technologies to get their marketing message out to the public.

Randy Gage and Eric Worre, two of MLM's biggest names are providing leadership and training for the Agel Enterprise team. Eric is known for developing several massive teams in the mlm industry and Randy Gage must be known by almost every network marketer alive today. He created some of the best coaching ever seen in the network marketing business such as "How to Build a Multi-Level Money Machine"

Is Agel Enterprises for real?

The obvious answer is, no, Agel is not a scam and totally legitimate. They have been around for a while now, have brought innovative products to the market, and anyone can see that they are one of the most genuine MLM companies around. If anyone is thinking that Agel is a scam then it's probably because they have been unsuccessful with the company or they think network marketing as a whole is a scam.

How can you earn money with Agel?

This is an area that Agel really should give some attention to. Your money will be made from recruiting other distributors into your team and them buying products. If you sponsor massively, your income will be massive, there are also loads of 'perks' in the comp plan. There isn't much reward though for bringing in product purchasing customers. A strange situation, as long term customers are what gives your business stability. If you only wanted to sell the products then you wouldn't really make any money with Agel as there is no reward for doing so..

Obviously this business model still works well for Agel, but I can't help thinking they are shooting themselves in the foot and leaving a lot of money on the table.

What training do they offer?

You will be told by Agel to make a list of 100 folks that you know, who you can talk to about the business, give them a DVD and then follow up with them with a telephone call, maybe even a 3 way call with your upline, they give you an enrolment goal of forty people. There are many who have been successful using these methods and the DVD has found its way into over 40 countries across the world.

There are a lot of folks who are unable to make a list of one hundred people who might be interested. Not everyone wants to be hassling people about their business, so they can run into a dead end.

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