Agel Review – Scam Or Legitimate MLM Business?

| April 20, 2011 | 3 Comments

Agel Review imageWelcome to my Agel Review!

Agel is a Multi-Level Marketing company with a mission to empower individuals to achieve new levels of health, financial success, and personal freedom.

In my Agel Review, I will be examining their company and products in relation to the MLM Business opportunity that they provide as an Agel Team Member.  Is Agel a scam, or do they offer a legitimate MLM Business opportunity?  I intend to answer this very question in my unbiased Agel Review.

Company Details & History

Agel Logo imageFounded by Glen Jensen in 2005, Agel is a Health and Wellness Company that offers products with a powerful and unique new delivery mechanism that they refer to as Suspension Gel Technology.  Each product is formulated to accomplish their own particular purpose in your body, including products to assist with:

  • Weight Management
  • Heart Health
  • Digestive Health
  • Your Immune System
  • Mental Energy
  • Overall Better Health
  • Healthy Joints
  • Joint & Muscle Relief
  • Performance Enhancement for Men
  • Skin Care

Agel does not do pills which can sit in your digestive system and never break down to deliver nutrients.  They don’t offer juices which do not retain the fibrous base which is key to nutrient delivery. They offer products in a gel form that deliver all of the nutrients that your body thrives on in a delivery system that your body can actually use.

MLM Business – Getting started and how it works

Agel Product Review imageThe cost to join Agel as a Team Member is an enrollment fee of $35.  After this $35 fee has been paid, you will need to choose an Enrollment Level to begin your business.

The Personal Level

This level is intended for those who are interested in using the products themselves, and marketing them to earn retail profits.

To enroll at this level, your initial order must generate at least 210 Commissionable Volume (CV).

You will not enjoy all of the benefits and earning potential within the Agel Compensation Plan at The Personal Level.  This level is not intended for serious business builders!

The Executive Level

This level is intended for those who are serious about marketing their products, and building an organization of Team Members to do the same.

To enroll at this level, your initial order must generate at least 665 CV.

Enrolling at this level will provide you with three Income Centers, and qualification to earn from all 10 income streams within the Agel Compensation Plan.

The Professional Level

This level will provide you with the same benefits as the Executive Level, but is intended for those who are looking for a larger product inventory at a lower cost.  This level will provide you with a 30% discount on the sales price of your order.

To enroll at this level, your initial order must generate at least 3,000 CV.

Now, as you can see, Agel only discloses the CV amount that each order must generate at each level, and does not include the actual dollar figure that will be required.  To give you an estimate, 1 CV is usually equivalent to a little more than $1.  For example, if 210 CV is required; in dollars, this should equal somewhere between $200 and $250.  However, you will need to contact a Team Member directly to learn the exact amounts that each level requires.

Their Autoship Requirement

Next, you will be highly encouraged to set up your monthly Autoship.  This will automatically ship products that you choose to your home every month, and bill your credit card accordingly.  While this is optional, you will be required to purchase a set amount of products each month to remain qualified to earn compensation.  Their Autoship helps you to maintain this qualification, and automates the process.

Team Member Training & Support

Agel is a business that highly encourages traditional forms of Network Marketing, otherwise referred to as Warm Marketing.  As a brand new Team Member, the first thing that you will be asked to do is to assemble a list of 100 names from within your network of friends, family members, associates, and acquaintances.  Including anyone who you personally know who you feel would benefit from their products.

Once you have assembled this list of 100 names, Agel will ask you to set a goal to personally enroll 40 of them into your Agel Business, and to commit to making at least two contacts each day.  If your warm market is interested in their products, but not in the business opportunity, you will offer them ‘preferred customer status’ by enrolling them into Agel’s Autoship program.

Other training resources

As a new Agel Team Member, you will have access to various training resources such as monthly product webcasts, Agel Business Briefs (ABB), and Leadership Calls to receive support and mentoring along the way.  However, these training resources will all be based upon these Warm Marketing methods.  You will not receive training to learn more modern marketing methods in order to grow your business.

Agel Review Conclusion

In my opinion, Agel is a legitimate business, and is not a scam.  They offer very high-quality nutritional products in a booming Health and Wellness industry.  These products are highly praised by many.

If you possess the desire to share Agel products with your friends and family members, and are willing to put in the time and effort that this business will require, you can be successful selling Agel products.

However, if you possess the ability or skill-set to utilize more modern marketing methods to generate leads and grow your business, you will have a much greater potential to grow a large and profitable Agel Business.

Next, learn the exact details regarding how Agel Team Members generate earnings as my Agel Review continues with their Compensation Plan!

This concludes my Agel Review!  If you have found this Agel Review to be helpful, or if you have anything to add, please provide your feedback below!

Category: MLM Company Reviews

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Dave Fennell is the founder and editor of Marketing Methods Online and BloggerGo. Learn more about him here. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  1. Dave Fennell says:

    Dave Fennell wrote this Agel Review for those who are researching the Agel Business Opportunity. I would love your feedback. If you have any experiences with this company, whether good or bad, please share them here to assist others in their research efforts.

    I greatly appreciate your feedback and expertise, and others will too!

    To Your Success,

    Dave Fennell

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