Agel


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Threre are MANY MANY “GAME-OVER” clauses in this compensation plan from Agel.

Agel is a nutritional company whose claim to fame is that they use gel-suspension technology. In laymans terms, they say its more effective to take vitamins if they’re in a gel pack that you rip the top off and then slurp it down. So its more convenient than pills or juices… but a lot more expensive. But that’s still nutrition, meaning there’s massive competition, becoming half-a-doctor to explain it, and needing to be excited about this slurp-gel. They have gel-based skincare as well.

So how do they pay out?

– They pay 20% retail profits – but you’d never actually sell any, people would become regular customers

– They pay a wholesale profit of $35 on the basic startup kit (US 260 (125 BV)+ 50 BV autoship), or $200 on the bigger one with lots of gel and stuff (US 1070 (500 BV)+ 200BV autoship)

– Their Team Commissions pay 10% of the weaker leg. So again that means its a 50-50 split, paying only 5%. So if you don’t pay out much on the binary, that means you’ve saving a lot for bonuses.

– You can make a maximum of 25K/month per BC, and you get 3 with the higher package. So that is a smaller monthly cap than some, but a lot more than Usana.

– On the bright side, there is no flushing.

– Their matching bonus goes down as you get further from you, it can be more 25-50% on your first gen, then 7% to 7 generations. But if you make a big matching bonus on a small cheque (since its a 50-50 binary and only pays 5% max), then is that better than a smaller matching bonus of a much bigger free-flowing variable binary? Probably not. But they do pay matching on the 3rd to 7th level. That could potentially add up to be decent… but again you might be better off getting that money in your own binary.

You always have to watch out with these companies to see the $ to BV conversions. They don’t make it simple like ours, where 3000$ = 300$, its usually 2000 BV = 200, but $150 = 100 BV, or even $250 = 100 BV.

– there are bonuses when you get to higher ranks, part based on % of worldwide sales, car and expense allowances based on higher ranks – all of those start from the 5th rank up. So the rich get richer and richer.

And its called a Quadra plan because if you get to the highest rank – Quadra Diamond Director, you get the funky car. But wait, superstar Randy Gage is only a Triple Diamond Director, so is anyone getting that car?

So again, this is not the worst plan out there, but ours pays out a LOT more on the binary, while they save a lot of money and rewards for the top leaders in bonuses. Which is why Randy Gage and Eric Worre are very happy. I have found that once people are making decent money with Agel, they’re highly unlikely to move. So just stay in touch with those people and get to know them over time – if their business is ever fading, you want to be at the top of their calling list based on your relationship!