First, Agel attempts to be a legitimate MLM company. The problem is they do NOT respond to legitimate complaints to STOP distributors who are doing great harm to their team members.
Fact, Tim Constantine, Boca Raton, FL sold overprice internet based leads to hundreds of distributors over a two year period of time. Tim Constantine used to funds from those sales to purchase products and overinflate his "rank" in the Agel Network. Tim Constantine also lived on the profit from the leads.
Fact, it is not illegal or wrong to sell leads. However, Tim Constantine was selling leads he either did not or could not deliver. He also sold "Team Extreme Dollars" which is a securities and exchange violation because there is no such currency or product.
Fact, Tim Constantine had a very elaborate "Ponzi Scheme" that he was able to take hundreds of thousands of dollars from his team members by selling them on the idea of working from home and basically buying enough leads and Team Extreme dollars that you would succeed regardless of skill.
Fact, Tim Constantine, never succeeded in Network Marketing; he only succeeded in getting cash flow from selling hugely overpriced leads and Team Extreme dollars. (Leads sold for up to $125 each. Constantine pushed for a minimum of $1400 orders).
Fact, Tim Constantine talked people into spending the retirement savings, putting an additional mortgage on their houses and maximizing their credit cards to support his ponzi scheme.
Fact, Agel Enterprises was notified in writing that there was illegal and suspicious activity in the Tim Constantine group and that he had created a Ponzi scheme.
Fact, Agel Enterprises was notified six months before the Team Extreme/Tim Constantine lead scam imploded. Agel Enterprises chose to do nothing to stop Tim Constantine from continuing to steal from his team. They did NOT contact team members and give them the ability to plug into another team that was legitimately building the Agel business.
Therefore, while Tim Constantine is the crook in this ponzi scheme, Agel Enterprises is guilty of NOT responding or investigating and therefore hundreds of thousands of dollars were bilked from distributors from their lack of response.
FYI, Randy (((REDACTED))) and Eric (((REDACTED))) were notified of the scam as well, they also did not respond. Tim Constantine was one person down from Randy (((REDACTED)))) in the Agel Marketing plan. Tim's Sponsor in Agel is a well know Herbalife Distributor who used a pseudonym to open his Agel business. That person also sells leads through his Ioffice Pro and the "Crazy Like a Fox" commercials. (Michael Burton is his real name).
Beware of the named persons in this list, I am a personal witness and one of the few that actually met with Tim Constantine and actually reported the issues to Agel very early in the rip off.
North America, Oregon
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