Chalant Health… Another One Bites The Dust

Updated March 12, 2018: Hmmmm Chalant Health seems a little less healthy each day. I just got off the phone with Janice Riley, the Manager of Technical Innovation Center at Hagerstown Community College. Janice Riley is listed as an advisor on Chalant's Health website (as of today but probably not next week) She acknowledges that she met Matthew Pugsley, CEO of Chalant Health, but like so many of the people who were listed as executives on Pugsley's team page (see this post, there were  7 Execs listed on January 7th and there are 3 listed today), she had no idea she was an advisor. [caption id="attachment_77169" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Chalant Health Advisors as of March 7, 2018[/caption] With the exception of Matt's girlfriend and partner in crime in the scam known as Chalant Health, slimy Jan Ridgely (not to be confused with the extremely reputable Janice Riley), I assume all of the other folks listed as advisors are similar to Janice Riley...

Matthew Pugsley of Chalant Health or Hey Big Spender!

Matthew Pugsley, Chalant Health CEO needs cash. He says he needs Cash for his "startup company" called Chalant Health. Not true. It's Friday, the evening of March 2nd, Matthew Pugsley and his girlfriend, Jan Ridgely, CEO of United Charitable were out partying at JVs in Falls Church. Big spender Pugsley was having a great time. Buying the drinks for the performers, the Houk Robinson Duo. But whose money was he using? Where did a man who reportedly owes tens of thousands in back child support get the money to buy a round of drinks for anyone? Houk Robinson Duo playing at JVs in 2017 Matthew Pugsley has previously declared bankruptcy. He does not have a job. He is CEO of a pre-revenue pile of turds he calls Chalant Health. Chalant Health has no product, no employees, and no income. In the last 3 years, Pugsley has been evicted at least 5 times for not paying rent. He's delinquent on alimony and child support. He owes at least half a million dollars to people for cheating them in his prior company, US Scan. He conned a vendor into developing a product and then didn't pay him $300 thousand dollars. He took at least $200K from individuals...