Articles under ‘MLM Reviews’:

The Four Percent Group Review: $5000+ a year marketing funnel

The Four Percent Group launched in mid 2016 and operate in the online marketing MLM niche. The company is based out of the US state of South Dakota and is headed up by Founder and CEO, Vick Strizheus (actual name Vitaliy Strizheus). According to his The Four Percent Group corporate bio, Strizheus (right) “started from zero [Continue reading…]


LuLaRoe Review: $5000 lucky leggings lottery?

LuLaRoe was founded in 2012 and was incorporated in California a year later in May, 2013. Heading up the company is the co-founder husband and wife team, DeAnne and Mark Stidham (CEO). LuLaRoe itself is an amalgam of the names of DeAnne Stidham’s first three grandchildren. The LuLaRoe website very much presents Stidham (then DeAnne [Continue reading…]


Seacret Direct Review 2.0: Monthly affiliate autoship still a problem

BehindMLM published its first and only review of Seacret Direct back in 2012. While efforts to drive retail sales were acknowledged, the elephant in the room was the heavy reliance on affiliate autoship. Rank progression was for the most part rooted in accumulated autoship orders, which was more than likely going to be sourced from [Continue reading…]


Juice Plus+ Review: Subscription-based nutritional supplements?

Juice Plus+ operate in the health and nutrition MLM niche and are based out of Tennessee in the US. The company was founded in 1970 as “National Safety Associates” by Jay Martin. National Safety Associates started out marketing a range of fire detectors (smoke alarms) and air and water purifiers via door-to-door sales. Juice Plus+ [Continue reading…]


MyDigital6 Review: Chain email scam model + bitcoin

MyDigital6 provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. The MyDigital6 website domain (“mydigital6.is”) was privately registered on May 3rd, 2018. Marketing videos on the MyDigital6 website are hosted on “The Wealth Paladin” YouTube channel. Two of the five videos on the channel are MyDigital6 promos. The other three videos [Continue reading…]


Earn Easy Commissions Review: Pay to play internet marketing

Earn Easy Commissions reference someone in charge by the name of “Chuck”. Further research reveals this to be Chuck Nguyen, who on Twitter cites himself as an “Aussie internet marketer”. In late 2016 Nguyen (right) launched The Digital Elites Academy. The Digital Elites Academy was a typical “we’ll teach you how to make money” subscription [Continue reading…]


PHP Agency Review: Life insurance & recruitment?

PHP Agency was launched in 2009 and operates in the insurance MLM niche. The company is based out of Texas and headed up by CEO and Founder, Patrick Bet-David. As far as I can tell, Bet-David (right) began promoting himself as a financial advisor following a stint at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. According to Bet-David’s [Continue reading…]


IQ Chain Review: Ormeus Global Ponzi spinoff?

Ormeus Global launched last year as a trading bot 160% ROI Ponzi scheme. As MLM cryptocurrency schemes are want to do, Ormeus Global also launched its own pump and dump altcoin. Ormeus Coin began public trading around October, 2017. After pumping at around five dollars in late November, Ormeus Coin dumped to just over a [Continue reading…]


Bitdax Global Review: Token-based cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme

Bitdax Global claim to be a Fintech institution registered offshore to provide research, financial partnerships to blockchain start ups and in housed developers in AI Application in trading. The only reference to a corporate address is in Bitdax Global’s Terms and Conditions. The UK address provided however belongs to Blue Square Offices, a virtual office [Continue reading…]


Comodius Bank Review: Onix Ponzi points investment scheme

Comodius Bank operated in the cryptocurrency MLM niche and claims it was established in 1994. This is easily debunked with a quick domain check, which reveals the Comodius Bank website domain (“comodius.biz”) was only registered a few days ago on May 25th. Comodius Bank provide a list of executives on their websites. While the photos [Continue reading…]