Bitcoin mining payout schedule for social security affiliates receiving giant oversized commission checks means different things to different people. Prospective affiliates might see a window of opportunity, a chance to better themselves financially. Existing affiliates might take it as a kick up the butt and commit to their business with newfound focus and enthusiasm. A regulator might see income claims used to market the company and decide to investigate further.
Personally I’ve come to wonder at the stories behind the checks. Who are the people that made it possible? Behind every dollar written on one of those checks is a story. But unfortunately more often than not those stories go untold. Through a class-action lawsuit filed a few days ago against Visalus however, rare insight into how one such check receiver built their business is revealed. Vincent Owens joined Visalus back in 2006 and is a Two Star Ambassador.
At or around the time Visalus launched, Owens was personally recruited by Visalus co-founder, Nick Sarnicola. As alleged in a class-action lawsuit filed on August 10th by three of Owens’ Visalus downline, Owens’ role as Pastor at a local church plays a big part in his Visalus business. Owens is Pastor of Household of Faith Empowerment Temple, a church is Aurora, Colorado. In the church basement, two times a week Owens pitches Visalus to members of his congregation. Saturday morning, and later Thursday night meetings. Cory began attending the Saturday morning meetings regularly in August 2015. Owens encouraged Caprece to attend a Saturday morning meeting at Faith Empowerment to learn about the opportunity.