Last week I joined Agel. While I was doing research of the company I was amazed by the amount of sites and forums that label Agel as a scam. The arguments were plenty. One argument says that "those at the top" get most of the money. Well... how surprising is that? Have you ever worked for a company in which your boss earned less than you? Me, I haven't. Most of the profits are made not in selling the product but on recruiting new agents. So what? Everybody knows that from the beginning. My strategy is aimed at recruiting people, I'm not planning to put an Agel store or consume ??“me and my friends-, a box a day. It has a dodgy pyramidal structure. True, but it's legal since you don't get an income by recruiting someone (this is illegal) but for selling a product. The structure creates a demand for the product that might not exist in reality. People might pile a couple of small boxes under the bed. True. But who, cares? The only thing that matters is if you make money out of the Agel business or not. It is not relevant, if you actually use the product or not. Another forum argument: "ah yes my mate got brain-washed into that". Or, "the mother of my girlfriend started on that". And the thread goes on and on. And they laugh at the poor people that got tricked while giving defeatist advices that there is no "easy way to win money" and that "only the ones with a big capital" make money. And they don't realize that all these people that have been "tricked" into jumping to this business are generating money for someone else. And that "someone" could be them, if they only have the initiative and the guts to stop whining and jump into an opportunity when they see it.