There has been a rumor running across the internet stating Robert Dean Jr. and T.O.P.G.U.N. has been terminated by The Limu Company. Well I reached out to Gary Raser the founder of TLC, and he confirmed Robert Dean Jr. and T.O.P.G.U.N. had not been terminated, but Robert Dean Jr. and about 30 other T.O.P.G.U.N. members had been suspended as per the Limu P&Ps, as the investigation continues on the rumors that Robert Dean Jr. and T.O.P.G.U.N. has joined Momentis Energy, the marketing arm of Just Energy out of Canada.
Update Jan 25th 2012 7:13 pm – Rober Dean has contacted me and we will be talking next week so he can give me his side of this situation.
I wrote the first reviews on Robert Dean’s questionable business model in 2011:
Ted Nuyten broke the story with the headline “Top Earner Robert Dean Terminated by Limu Company?”
Ted, did not take the time to vet the info, but went directly to publishing the information.
Ty Tribble, took a little diffeent approach when we wrote “Robert Dean Terminated From Limu Company?”
Ty dug a little deeper to show that Robert Dean has a deep track record of jumping from company to company.
What is interesting is in August 2011, at the official launch of T.O.P.G.U.N. and Robert Dean Jr. at Limu here is what was written.
“Nothing could have prepared us for the wild ride that was the official Top Gun Launch in Atlanta this past weekend. Hosted by 100K powerhouse and industry expert Robert Dean, it was an honest-to-goodness thrill ride, from Friday night’s standing-room-only opportunity meeting (with over 50% as guests!) to a barrage of specially-designed 20K rings being handed out to highly informative training after training and more. LIMU President Gary Raser was on hand, too, as were Vice President of Business Development Ryan Barson and Vice President of Marketing, Kerry Brown, all sharing their collective vision of the company’s future, one that looks very vibrant, indeed. 500K Members Shannon and Rachette Pardue were there as well, sharing positive words of support. Awards were given, stories shared, photos shot, barrel laughs heard and tears of joy shed, as this new chapter and direction was revealed to the many gathered there. To close the weekend out, a live band took the crowd to all-new heights of excitement and nonstop dancing, lasting into the very wee hours of morning … because those who work hard should inevitably get to play hard, too.”
When I did a Google search on “Robert Dean Leaves” here is what I found:
Momentis Energy, the marketing arm of Just Energy is making a very risky move for such a young company, and could see what small amount of momentum they have enjoyed dwindle, especially if they are hit with regulator issues because this new team is too zealous in promoting the business and the opportunity.
What is also very interesting about this issue, is Robert Dean always uses the same excuses for leaving a former company “There is no money”. Well he just jumped into a sector where the residual income is very low, and the majority of the money earned is from building the network.
If he didn’t think $1 million dollars in 10 months at Limu was enough, then it makes me wonder where he will jump next?
The Direct Selling Association is very straightforward in the Code of Ethics what is best business practices, which may be why Momentis Energy is not a member: