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June 8, 2004, was my first date and my first kiss with the only man I have ever loved; the man I married on February 17, 1996, and stayed married to for more than 18 years; the man I had a child with on November 2, 1997, and raised her with for more than 16 years; the man I planned and promised to be with”until death do us part; and, the man who broke my heart and left me alone to care for our daughter and home after I discovered he was having an affair. I’ve drafted this post four times now, diligently trying to reduce its content. The simple truth, this is a long and painful story; I apologize in advance for the length of my writing. For 20 years my husband never made a doctor’s appointment for himself; regardless of the issue, when he needed medical attention, he asked me to coordinate it. On the morning of March 19, 2014, I received a telephone call from our neighborhood pharmacy advising me that my husband’s prescription for Viagra was not covered by our insurance. I was stunned. I knew nothing about this medication request nor any related medical appointment. I began to shake and became violently ill. I ran to the bathroom and vomited. Hysterically crying, I called my husband and told him about the call. Long pause. He said,”Uh, yea, I’ve been feeling weak so I made a doctor’s appointment.” I asked him,”Are you having an affair?” He started yelling at me. Honestly, I do not remember much of what he said outside of,”There are a lot of women that want me.” I hung up, returned to the bathroom, and vomited again. What followed in the next 72 hours was unimaginable; || I mean honestly, I would never have thought my husband capable of such behavior and it was no less than one of my worst nightmares come true. Like most others, I turned to the telephone records for answers. I discovered 2 numbers I was unfamiliar with. They both began appearing at almost exactly the same time, mid-January 2014. One number was linked to more than 80 hours of telephone calls, the second number was linked to more than 4,000 text messages. It took me 6 hours to muster the courage to type the telephone numbers into a Google search; I wanted to know, but even more, I didn’t want to know. Click, click, click and enter … and the name”Nita Castro” appeared. A real estate agent for Century 21 Select Real Estate in Citrus Heights, California. I confronted my husband and told him I knew about Nita Castro. Again, long pause. I asked him to tell me what was going on and how long it had been going on; he replied,”It’s none of your business.” I responded,”If you won’t tell me, I’ll call Nita and ask her directly.” My husband’s reply still echoes in my ears on a daily basis nearly a year and a half later,”Nita is important to me,” and”If you call her we’re through.” If I called her, we would be through? I was expected not to contact my husband’s mistress in order to save our marriage? In what alternate universe did this make sense? I hung up, ran to the bathroom again, and vomited again. I was plagued by grief and overwhelmed with questions. Was I going to end my marriage? Could I forgive him? Did I still love him? The only question I could immediately answer was the last.”Yes,” I still loved him. How could I not? I had loved him for 20 years. I wanted to try and save my marriage, and although I didn’t know how I could ever forgive him, I knew I wanted to. I needed more answers, information my husband refused to give me, and so I became obsessed with the phone records. I examined them again, and again, and yet again. I noticed telephone calls and text messages on our wedding anniversary and Valentine’s Day, text messages at 1:00 a.m., 2:00 a.m., and 3:00 a.m., and now obvious 5 to 6 hours of block time when there were no communications at all, on dates and times my husband informed me and our daughter he was”hanging out with the guys from work.” Then I noticed something very peculiar. I assumed both of the telephone numbers I found belonged to Nita Castro. As a real estate agent, I believed it likely Nita had multiple electronic devices and was likely conversing with my husband using a cell phone and then texting him using an iPad? I was wrong. The phone records detailed a nearly 2 hour telephone call with Nita Castro, during which time 4 text messages were received from the second telephone number. Why would Nita Castro be texting my husband while she was talking with him? Growing suspicious about the origin of this second telephone number, I paid for a reverse telephone search and discovered the number associated with thousands of incoming and outgoing text messages did not in fact belong to Nita Castro, it belonged to Jodie Vong, an Administrative Analyst for the City of Sacramento and a co-worker of my husband’s. Could it be the man I had spent the last 20 years of my life with was having an affair with two women at the same time? Not only was it possible, it was the truth. In the days that followed my husband admitted to me that he was engaged in both intimate and sexual relationships with both Nita Castro and Jodie Vong. My husband moved out of our home and informed me and our daughter he was residing with his parents in order to save money so he could continue to pay our community bills and cover costs associated with our daughter’s athletic activities, specifically, those necessary to her continuing pursuit of a college athletic scholarship. In less than 2 months, he filed for divorce. Almost immediately thereafter, it became obvious he was not residing with his parents and over the next 3 months, he altogether stopped paying the household bills and refused to further contribute to our daughter’s athletic activity expenses. As I struggled to pay bills and cover the substantial costs associated with our daughter’s athletic lessons, equipment, and activities, it ultimately became necessary for me to agree to sell our home through a bankruptcy action in order to avoid foreclosure. In October 2014, my husband informed me he had ended his relationship with Jodie Vong and had been lying about where he was living and who he was living with. He stated he had been living with Nita Castro since April 2014, and that he moved in with Nita almost immediately after he left me, our daughter, and our home. My husband has not returned to our home in nearly 18 months and other than fleeting moments of money exchanges and court hearings, he had not seen nor spoken with our daughter since March 19, 2014. In early December 2014, I received notice from the bankruptcy trustee that he received an offer from a third-party to purchase my home and that my daughter and I were being forced to vacate the home within 30 days. Thereafter, I received an email from my husband which read,”I understand from the trustee our home has been sold and I would like to make arrangements to move out the remainder of my personal property.” Again, I grew suspicious. How had the trustee received an offer when my home was not on the open market at that time? Why was my husband only interested in discussing the collection of his property and not division of the sale proceeds, etc.? In response to an inquiry generated to the trustee, I learned the offer had been received by my husband’s parents. The plan was simple and brilliant. At a price less than fair market value, my in-laws would purchase the home in their names, rather than my husband’s name, in order to avoid the appearance of an illegal transmutation of community property to separate property; thereafter, my husband’s mistress, Nita Castro, a real estate agent for Century 21 Select Real Estate would re-sell the home at a higher price for profit. My husband would be the sole beneficiary of the re-sale profit and his mistress, Nita Castro, would earn a commission on the sale of the home. My husband was unwilling to allow me and our daughter to remain at the house until it was re-sold because he wanted to protect his mistress, Nita Castro, from the uncomfortable situation of having to sell a home while his wife and daughter were living in it. When my daughter learned of the plans and actions of her father, his mistress, Nita Castro, and her grandparents, she was furious. She drafted and issued a mass email to nearly 100 people, including her father’s family, friends, and co-workers, and to co-workers of Nita Castro’s. The email honestly and straightforwardly detailed the behavior of her father and Nita Castro and their plans and efforts to sell her home and evict her from it. The email did not include any untruthful information, nor did it include any violent comments or threats of violence. When my husband learned of the email, he contacted me and informed me the email”accomplished nothing other than to make people block [our daughter’s] email address.” Ding, dong. A few weeks later the doorbell rang and a County Sheriff served me with a temporary restraining order (TRO) filed by my husband’s mistress, Nita Castro, against my daughter. The TRO alleged that my daughter, by generating the email described above, had engaged in”harassment,” defined by California law as”unlawful violence, a credible threat of violence, or a knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person that seriously alarms, annoys, or harasses the person, and that serves no legitimate purpose.” Course of conduct”is a pattern of conduct composed of a series of acts over a period of time, however short, evidencing a continuity of purpose, including following or stalking an individual, making harassing telephone calls to an individual, or sending harassing correspondence to an individual by any means” and”must be such as would cause a reasonable person to suffer substantial emotional distress, and must actually cause substantial emotional distress to the petitioner.” In the months that followed, I successfully convinced Century 21 Select that allowing Nita Castro to act as the listing agent of my home would not be in the company’s best interest; in turn, the prospect of having to incur Realtor commission costs caused my in-laws to withdraw their offer to purchase my home (resulting in their payment of breach of contract damages to my bankruptcy estate). Equally, Nita Castro dropped her TRO against my daughter, presumably because she had no evidence to support her contention my daughter had”harassed” her and that implying the same to a court of law would constitute perjury. Nevertheless, my husband continues to live with Nita Castro in Citrus Heights, California, where she pays for nearly all of my husband’s living expenses, buys him gifts, and regularly travels with him; they have no children to care for and live the lives of a couple free to do what they want, go where they want, and spend what they want. My husband is now living a lifestyle significantly better than our”marital standard of living” and my daughter and I struggle on a daily basis. To date, my husband has made such comments as,”I’m sorry you found out,””I wish I had handled things differently,” and”I didn’t mean for this to happen,” but he has yet to specifically state that his conduct was wrong, he should not have cheated on me, and he is sorry for the pain and humiliation he has caused me. Equally, he refuses to recognize and acknowledge how his behavior has impacted our daughter and apologize to her for hurting her and embarrassing her. Perhaps even more disturbing is the fact that my husband defends Nita Castro and Jodie Vong, repeatedly telling me and my daughter how”nice” these women are and how neither of them have done anything wrong. Nita Castro and Jodie Vong knew my husband was married and living with his wife and daughter when they pursued him intimately and sexually. Make no mistake about it, I hold my husband primarily responsible, but these women are not innocent parties. No matter what they may have been told about the state of my marriage, or how unhappy my husband was, etc., a married man living with his family if off limits … period! Separation and divorce are always an option over cheating and these women should have reasoned that his choice to not leave his family or ask for a divorce before or when he began relationships with them was a red flag warning to go no further. Moreover, Nita Castro’s wrongful actions extend much farther than pursing a married man. Inviting him to move into her home immediately after my husband left his family. Offering or agreeing to act as the listing agent on the home I built with my husband and which we raised our daughter in. Filing a fraudulent TRO against my daughter. Nita Castro has failed to show me, my daughter, my marriage, and my home any respect, whatsoever. In close, I would like to point out that I am posting this information for therapeutic purposes. I have personally reached out to both Nita Castro and Jodie Vong and given these women the opportunity to apologize to me and my daughter. Although an apology would fix nothing, it would restore a fraction of the dignity that was stolen from me. They refused. Now I only hope the comments posted by those who read my story will help me rebuild my feelings of self-worth and respect. Again, I apologize for the length of my story and thank you for your time and consideration.>

It has many negative reviews online. I would highly recommend you do your research well before considering them.

There have been various reports of fraud and scams. It is definitely not a company worth your trust or money.

I have tried multiple websites and also their official channel. Yet no response or resolution.

There are a lot of mentions on the Internet regarding their founders indulging in illicit activity and consumers taking them to court.

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