BZ Traffic Review: $1-$100 adpack Ponzi investment

bz-traffic-logoThere is no information on the BZ Traffic website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The BZ Traffic website domain (“”) was registered on the 22nd of August 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.

Alexa statistics estimate that some 83.2% of traffic to the BZ Traffic website originates out of Russia, strongly suggesting this is where the company is being run from.

Of note is that the BZ Traffic website is hosted on a private server, which previously was used to host Ads4Bux.

Ads4Bux was an ad-credit Ponzi scheme which launched in 2012. It has since collapsed with the current Ads4Bux website displaying a diagnostic script error message.

With Ads4Bux abandoned, it looks like whoever runs the site has now moved onto BZ Traffic.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. [Continue reading…]

LikesXL Review: €50 a pop credit card Ponzi fraud

likesxl-logoThere is no information on the LikesXL website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The LikesXL website domain (“”) was registered on the 24th of August 2015, with “Kolar Peter” (Peter Kolar?) listed as the owner. An address in Mauren, Liechtenstein (a known tax-haven) is also provided.

LikesXL itself would appear to be based out of Austria, with the default language on the LikesXL site set to German, the LikesXL website hosted with an Austrian company and Austria the country featured in example material explaining how affiliates sign up.

Possibly due to language-barriers, I was unable to find any further information on Peter Kolar.

Of note is that LikesXL is being promoted with dubious marketing pitches that mention a “well-known credit card company”:

A couple of board members of a Major CC company (some of them I have met personally) have been in contact with Mike Deese (MyAdvertisingPays) and other advertising platform owners for over a year, and they have learned a LOT…

This Major CC that we all know has now pre-launched their own Advertising Platform / Revenue Share last Saturday, starting from The Netherlands.

I was there and was amazed by what they have created. As you know, I have years of experience in this area.

This Major Company has partnered up with giants like Mercedes, Volvo, Disney Worldwide, Universal Studios, Sony, Gucci, Prada, MacDonalds, Versace, Porsche, Audi, etc etc., to name just a few.

These companies are paying millions in advertising each year and they will pay many millions to this new platform for people to simply view their ads and their offers.

It has been thoroughly tested in Norway for over 3 months with 8000 people. Launch will be on 19th of October.

MyAdvertisingPays is an ad-credit Ponzi scheme launched in late 2013, with it fast approaching the typical two-year Ponzi lifespan.

It should go without saying that reputable credit card companies aren’t in the habit of launching Ponzi schemes, so take pitches like the above with a dumptruck full of salt.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. [Continue reading…]

Bet Traders Review: Stealth BeWiseTrader Ponzi reboot?

bet-traders-logoThere is no information on the Bet Traders website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Bet Traders website domain (“”) was registered on the 13th of September 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.

bidcash-logo-bet-traders-websiteFurther research reveals the Bet Traders website hosts the logo of BidCash (right).

BidCash launched in late 2014 and under the guise of running a separate penny auction site, offered affiliates participation in a chain-recruitment scheme.

BidCash affiliates paid $90 to $11,350 for membership, with how much paid dictating how much of a residual commission they earned on recruitment.

The last post on the BidCash official Facebook page was July 2015, suggesting the scheme has since collapsed.

There is no information on the BidCash website indicating who owns or runs the business, but the BidCash domain is registered to “Juan Marcillio”.

Possibly due to language barriers I was unable to find any further information on Marcillio.

Either way, it would appear Marcillio is also behind Bet Traders.

Read on for a full review of the Bet Traders MLM business opportunity. [Continue reading…]

iSexy Party Network Review: RedPoint e-commerce portal

isexy-party-network-logoiSexy Party Network operate in the eCommerce MLM niche and are based out of Georgia in the US.

Heading up iSexy Party Network is Founder and CEO, Blaine Klingaman.

One thing I noticed was a copyright message on the footer of the iSexy Party Network website, claiming that “iSexy Party Network, LLC” has been around since 1995.

The iSexy Party Network website domain was only registered in 2014, suggesting that the current iteration definitely hasn’t been around for 20 years.

Furthermore I looked up iSexy Party Network LLC on the Georgia Corporations Division website, only to discover the business was registered in April, 2015.


Klingaman has been promoting various “iSexy” branded opportunities on his Facebook profile since 2012, but they don’t appear to be similar to iSexy Party Network’s e-commerce offering.

Not sure what the story is there with that copyright notice, but it’s pretty misleading to claim you’ve been around 20 years when you haven’t.

On the MLM history side of things, Klingaman has been affiliate with GBG, NuSkin and Vemma.

Read on for a full review of the iSexy Party Network MLM business opportunity. [Continue reading…]

DayPaid Review: $10 to $100 ad-credit based Ponzi scheme

daypaid-logoThere is no information on the Day Paid website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The DayPaid website domain (“”) was registered on the 3rd of June 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.

Alexa statistics currently estimate that 46.1% of traffic to the Day Paid website originates out of Romania (29.6%) and Spain (16.5%), suggesting one of these two countries is likely where it is being operated from.

My bet would be on Spain or someone from Spain living in Romania, as the Day Paid website defaults to the Spanish language (even if English is selected).

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. [Continue reading…]

Global Currency Coin Review: GCCoin cryptocurrency

global-currency-coin-logoGlobal Currency Coin launched in September of 2015 and are based out of Poznań, Poland.

The company operates in the MLM cryptocurrency niche and is headed up by CEO and Founder, Jan Pasboel.

As per Pasboel’s Global Currency Coin corporate bio,

he has 24 years of experience in various industries, including general management of Business operations, Product Development, Strategy implementation, Production, Investment and Corporate development.

After being a World business traveller and entrepreneur for several years he moved abroad 15 years ago. He has created multiple successful companies and projects in several countries worldwide during these years.

One of his first foreign companies was established in 1991 and operates to this day just 24 km away from the Eiffel Tower.

Another company of circa the same age is located in Hamburg and currently it is being prepared to be part of our GCC Group concept.

jan-pasboel-founder-ceo-global-currency-coinDetails on the companies Pasboel (right) has purportedly been involved in are not provided.

Among various companies conducted by him there is also a production company manufacturing materials for hospitals and the hygiene sector, started from scratch in Poland back in 2002.

Another adventure was 6 years in Japan creating a marketing company and educating a segment introducing new technology, while learning another culture.

While managing multiple companies spread all over the globe, Jan has made couple of thousands flights together with over 2 million km driven in cars worldwide.

I was unable to put together an MLM history on Paboel, suggesting that Global Currency Coin is likely his first MLM venture.

Read on for a full review of the Global Currency Coin MLM business opportunity. [Continue reading…]

Daniel Filho consents to custody, criminal case continues

dfrf-enterprises-logoDespite a recent telephonic announcement in which an individual, purported to be Daniel Filho, declared he “hope(s) to be free very soon”, a hearing has seen Filho remanded to the custody of the US Marshals Service.

Filho had the option to oppose detention but instead waived his right to do so. [Continue reading…]

Zeek Reciever sues Gerry Nehra for over $100 million

zeekrewardsIn what is probably one of the more anticipated Zeek Rewards clawback efforts, Gerry Nehra is now being held accountable for his role in the $850 million dollar Ponzi scheme.

Filed on September 21st against  Gerald P. Nehra, Nehra and Waak, Gerald P. Nehra, Attorney at Law PLLC, Richard W. Waak and  Richard W. Waak Attorney at Law PLLC, the Receiver’s lawsuit is part of ongoing efforts to ‘recover damages for the harms incurred by RVG‘.

Zeekler has been focused on compliance since last year when the company hired the Nehra & Waak law firm to review every aspect of the Zeekler program to ensure all was in compliance.

Rex Venture Group was the parent company of Zeek Rewards, who Gerry Nehra very publicly represented. [Continue reading…]

Judge rejects “no case to answer” motion in uFun Club case

ufunclub-logoFlimsy legal defences such as “personal development pyramid schemes should be legal” might sound laughable, but there’s always a chance a Judge somewhere might permit it.

Thankfully, Chief Justice Patu isn’t one of those Judges. [Continue reading…]

Why is Vemma going into liquidation?

vemma-logoNews broke yesterday that Vemma had entered into voluntary liquidation in Europe and Australia.

The move left us scratching our heads, as it was only late last month the decision to permit Vemma to restart business operations was met with much gusto.

Now, through filings in an ongoing dispute between Vemma and the former court-appointed Temporary Receiver, some insight is gleaned into why Vemma has abandoned these markets. [Continue reading…]