VERSATIVA NOT SELLING $1000 PACKS
8 May 2011 - VERSATIVA PROGRAMMING ERROR PUT UP WRONG COMPLAN
HERE IS THE RIGHT COMPLAN

6 May 2011 - VERSATIVA HEMP
SELLING A CASH FLOW MIRACLE PACK FOR $1000
= ILLEGAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MANY STATES
6 May 2011 Texas and some 24 other states DO HAVE Business Opportunity Laws that say you have to be registered with the state to sell a business opportunity for over $500.  I checked and Versativa is not registered under Texas Biz Opp Law.   Am I picking on Versativa? no I picked on Monavie for the same thing.  Here is what the original said:

$1000 Pack* Once you have purchased your own Cash Flow Miracle Pack, you will get paid for each new Personally Enrolled Member that purchases a Cash Flow Miracle pack, weekly.  The increased earning potential and accelerated health program of the Cash Flow Miracle combined with the benefits of the People’s Plan is the perfect storm for your business!  * All $1000 Cash Flow Miracle Packs have $300 CV - THIS IS NOT SOLD = CORRECTION



MONAVIE, MONAVIE, WHERE ARTH THOU?
DIAGNOSIS OF A LOVED COMPANY DIVE!
video Editorial MONAVIE DECLINE


MORE MONAVIE LAWSUITS

OPRAH WINFREY SUES MONAVIE AND 456 VITAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
OPRAH AND ILLINOIS AG BOTH CRUSH “CRUSH”

The Winfrey lawsuit for using her name and show includes:

1.  Monavie, the South Jordan Utah company selling a drink based on the açai berry of Brazil.

2. 456 Vital Health Systems LLC of Spanish Fork, Utah.

3. Crush LLC. of Sandy Utah got a double whammy from Oprah and The Attorney General of Illinois. The AG has also sued Crush and its parent company, TMP Nevada, alleging violations of that state's consumer fraud and deceptive business practices act.

CFO Devin Thorpe, a top official for  Monavie, said Friday it was mistakenly put on the list of "Internet scammers" who trade on the reputation of the acai berry Monavie  makes into a drink product. CFO Devin Thorpe said the company didn’t use or imply that Winfrey or Oz had endorsed the Monavie açai-based juice.

Watchdog Editor's Opinion note:  I know Monavie, the company never claimed Oprah/Dr. Oz. link.  But, guess what?  Some of the first really good video landing pages ever put up were by Monavie distributors and had the Oprah - show for video eye candy.  They were good and there were several different versions.  Guess what ? I bet those landing pages went back to Monavie distributors and Oprah's IP lawyers have a trace on those. Let's hope Monavie supports their distributors, even if they screwed up!  Shucks, but nice try!

As Dallin Larsen would say:
"Onward and upward! And yes, once again, as a reminder, MonaVie does not contain Viagra!"

FOLLOWUP TO EARLIER OPRAH WINFREY REPORT SALT LAKE TRIBUNE


Imagenetix - Monavie Lawsuit Dispute Settled - Lawsuit Details Below!
CEO Dallin Larsen
Rod Cook Ur Editor Note: This has been confirmed telephonically with an Imagenetix (the Manufacturer who filed the $2.75 billion lawsuit) represenative and all is well.

Dear Diamonds and Above,

Yesterday I sent an email to each of you regarding a suit that was filed by Imagenetix against MonaVie and our top distributors.  I’m happy to report to you that as we anticipated, this lawsuit has been dismissed as of Friday, May 16th. 
Should anyone in your organization inquire as to this situation, you can let them know that this is no longer an issue.  We apologize for any inconvenience this lawsuit caused any of you as I’m sure some of you have taken some calls.  Their filing of the case was unfortunate but it has now been resolved to the satisfaction of both parties. 

MonaVie On Imagenetix Lawsuit
Chief Executive Officer Dallin Larsen

Dear Diamonds +,

A few days ago in San Diego, California, a nutritonal manufacturing company by the name of Imagenetix filed a lawsuit against MonaVie and named many of our top distributors in the suit.  To calm any concerns you may have, when MonaVie first launched in 2005, we included in our product a trademark ingredient called Celadrin®.  Because we weren’t able to reach terms of use back in 2005, we stopped using this ingredient.  However, Imagenetix has claimed that some of our distributors continued to refer to Celadrin® as an ingredient found in MonaVie Active and as such, Imagenetix believes that MonaVie has violated their rights in the ridiculous amount of $2.5 billion!!!    As a show of good faith, we’ve reached an agreement to once again include Celadrin® in MonaVie Active.   We’ve obviously been in contact with them and their attorney called us as early as yesterday apologizing for the filing of the lawsuit...............

I guess this means we’re no longer under the radar!  Keep up the good work!!!  And let this serve as a reminder, MonaVie DOES NOT contain Viagra!


Dallin

Editor's Note: Stunning turn of events!  Hope the referenced agreement above was in writing!
LINK TO READ ENTIRE LAWSUIT
HO-HUM MONAVIE SUES XOWII
DEC 2009 -- MonaVie is suing former distributors and Xowii a new startup competitor alleging they are trying to raid it’s Distributors by spreading lies about the Utah company's financial prospects. The South Jordan-based MonaVie is battling XOWii LLC of Newport, Calif., in 3rd  Federal District Court in Salt Lake City. The  MLM Companies are among about 2000 MLM Companies among whom competition can be fierce to attract and hold networks of independent distributors of their nutritional products. In this lawsuit filed this month, MonaVie also goes after  former distributors Rodney Robards of Oklahoma and Shaylon Hart and Chris Byram of Texas, who now probably own part of XOWii (editorial opinion), as well as officers of the California company.

HELP - NEED LINK TO COPY OF LAWSUIT

AGEL Vs MONAVIE's - RANDY SCHROEDER
Court Grants Temporary Restraining Order Against Randy and Tara Schroeder
: October 19, 2008
Editor's Note: Rumors say Monavie paid $3 million for Randy Schroeder (Randy says no $3 million was given) to move over to the Monavie deal.  So if you see the $3 million this is a lie! Will this TRO have much effect?  We will have to see how good a job Agel does of enforcing it. The WatchDog is getting complaints from Agel Distributors having their downlines raided by Schroeder so we know there a a lot of unhappy people in this raiding case.

A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) will be entered against Defendants Randy Schroeder, Tara Schroeder, and Rising Sun, Inc., by the United States District Court in Utah following a hearing on October 16, 2008. Agel had requested that the Court prevent former distributors from using Agel’s trademarks, web sites, confidential lists and contact information to compete against Agel. The court stated that it will be entering a TRO.

Agel filed a lawsuit against Randy and Tara Schroeder alleging that they had violated various state and federal laws. In the TRO hearing, the Court ruled that Agel had established that there was a substantial likelihood of success on the merits that Randy Schroeder may have used email addresses and names protected by Agel's agreement. The Court also found that there is irreparable harm to Agel if Randy Schroeder is permitted to continue the use of that confidential information.

More specifically, Judge Steward held:
The Court is going to issue a temporary restraining order prohibiting Mr. Schroeder from using e-mail communications, the names of those individuals that are protected by the confidential information and team member lists, section 5 of the policy.

The TRO will preclude the defendant from using any Web site that has Agel in it.  And, further, he will be prohibited from any agreement with Yahoo, Google or any other search engine from using—from allowing or requiring them to direct traffic to his Web site or sites when someone types in the word Agel in the search engine.

This week, Agel filed numerous lawsuits against other former distributors alleging that they are improperly using Agel's confidential information relating to cross-recruiting. Over the next few weeks, Agel expects numerous and additional lawsuits to be filed. Agel will also request that the court enter Temporary Restraining Orders against each one of these defendants.

According to a statement released by Agel's General Counsel, Jesse L. Riddle, “If a distributor violates their contract and cross-recruits, they will be sued.”

Agel has established a new email address so that our Team Members may report cross-recruiting or other violations of Agel's Policies and Procedures. It is lawsuits@agel.com.

If any Team Member receives any communication from Randy or Tara Schroeder, or anyone affiliated in any manner with Randy or Tara Schroeder, please send information immediately to lawsuits@agel.com.



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