Easy Cash 4 Ads Review: 2-up cash gifting with ad credits

There is no information on the Easy Cash 4 Ads website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Easy Cash 4 Ads website domain (“easycash4ads.com”) was registered on the 29th of October, 2016. Craig Haywood is listed as the owner, with an address in Gauteng in South Africa also provided.

On his Twitter profile, Haywood (right) cites himself as a “marketer, author, programmer, speaker (and) coach”.

Haywood’s Twitter profile features internet marketing promotional material, but there doesn’t appear to be anything MLM specific.

The earliest record of Haywood in the MLM industry I was able to find was a Global Domains International testimonial that stated Haywood had been an affiliate since 2005.

Easy Cash 4 Ads appears to be Haywood’s first MLM venture as an owner.

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XenixCoin Review: Altcoin pump & dump with pyramid recruitment

There is no information on the XenixCoin website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The XenixCoin website domain (“xenixcoin.com”) was registered on October 11th, 2016. Louis Hutchinson of Xenix Technologies LTD is listed as the owner.

There doesn’t appear to be any third-party information available on Hutchinson’s role within XenixCoin.

A corporate address in London is provided on the XenixCoin website. Further research reveals this is a virtual office address provided by i2 Office.

Despite a provided UK incorporation (about £20 GBP), it appears XenixCoin has no actual physical presence in the UK.

Given this and coupled with the lack of information provided, it’s doubtful Louis Hutchinson actually exists.

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Associate Marketing Program Review: Voltage Partners’ app store

The terms and conditions of the Associate Marketing Program website state it is “owned by Voltage Partners Holdings LLC”.

This matches the Associate Marketing Program website domain registration, which lists Gordon Comfort of Voltage Partners as the owner.

Voltage Partners launched earlier this year and sought to capitalize on crowd-sourced app ideas.

Alexa traffic estimates suggest the idea flopped. Earlier this month Voltage Partners launched Associate Marketing Program, a transition towards selling third-party apps.

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Amazing Pre Builder Review: Amazing Living cycler feeder

There is no information on the Amazing Pre Builder website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Amazing Pre Builder website domain was registered on November 20th, 2016. John Dierksmeier is listed as the owner, with an address in the US state of Texas also provided.

Dierksmeier (full name John Dierksmeier Quesada) first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar last year as the owner of 2×2 Wealth, a matrix cycler.

Other MLM opportunities Dierksmeier has launched include Only7BucksCafe Nopal, Eco Plus NetworkMy Secret Fortune and EZAdsNet.

EZAdsNet was a two-tier matrix Ponzi cycler that collapsed around June. That prompted Dierksmeier to launch 2×2 Destiny in July.

2×2 Destiny was a matrix cycler feeder for Dierksmeier’s iTravel Party downline.

iTravel Party, a third-party travel niche recruitment scheme, appears to be dead in water.

Dierksmeier appears to have moved on to Amazing Living, with Amazing Pre Builder launched to build his downline.

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Trade Coin Club Review: Cryptocurrency exchange Ponzi ROIs

There is no information on the Trade Coin Club website indicating who owns or runs the business.

Infact, at the time of publication the Trade Coin Club website was nothing more than a placeholder for the company’s logo.

The Trade Coin Club website domain (“tradecoinclub.com”) was privately registered on August 2nd, 2016.

Alexa currently estimate that the two largest sources of traffic to the Trade Coin Club website are the US (22%) and Brazil (18%).

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Coin4All Review: Subscription-based bitcoin cash gifting

There is no information on the Coin4All website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Coin4All website domain (“coin4all.net”) was privately registered on September 16th, 2016.

One point of interest on the Coin4All website is a comparison to MLM underbelly scams:

We’re not huge network marketers. We’ve dabbled here and there in various programs. We’re quick learners and highly creative and problem solvers.

We are a designer, a programmer, and a small business owner who came together around what we think is a brilliant idea.

Building on the success of other programs like Zarfund and Crowdrising, we think we have the perfect system that solves all the problems we’ve seen.

Both ZarFund and CrowdRising are cash gifting schemes, suggesting whoever is running Coin4All has experience in scamming people.

At the time of publication Alexa estimate that Nigeria is the largest source of traffic to he Coin4All website.

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Ad My Dream Review: Crowdfunding hides pyramid recruiting

Ad My Dream provide a corporate address in Hong Kong on their website.

Two Directors are listed, Xing Yang and Chelsea Anne Jonch. Purportedly these two individuals are tied to AMD AD Dreams LTD, the sole shareholder of Ad My Dream.

No additional information is provided on either Yang or Jonch, nor is there any third-party information available.

A Chelsea Anne Jonch did register a company earlier this year in the UK, via a personal address in Belize. Whether this is the same person as Ad My Dream’s Chelsea Anne Jonch is unclear.

The Hong Kong address provided by Ad My Dream actually belongs to Offshore Company Corp, who sell “offshore company formation & licensing”.

Ad My Dream doesn’t appear to have any physical presence in Hong Kong.

This, combined with the lack of information about its Directors, suggests Xing Yang and Chelsea Anne Jonch probably don’t exist.

Alexa currently estimate that Germany (48%) and Austria (16%) are the largest sources of traffic to the Ad My Dream website. It’s far more likely whoever is running Ad My Dream is based out of Europe.

This is supported by the fact that certain parts of the supposedly English version of the Ad My Dream compensation plan are still in German.

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My Ads Family Review: Cycler subscriptions & Ponzi revenue sharing

In an affiliate newsletter My Ads Family affiliate claims to be a ‘sister site of ViralCrypto Team‘.

Viral Crypto is a cash gifting scheme launched a few months ago.

Randolph Taylor is purportedly running the Viral Crypto from Italy, however I wasn’t able to independently verify this information.

The My Ads Family website domain (“myadsfamily.com”) was registered on the 27th of November, 2016. Peter Borel is listed as the owner, with a bogus (incomplete) address in Sweden also provided.

Like Randolph Taylor, there’s a good chance Peter Borel doesn’t exist either.

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Zennoa Review: Meh dietary supplement & wave groups

Zennoa operate in the health and nutrition MLM niche and are based out of Utah in the US.

The Zennoa company website lists six founders of the company; John Wadsworth (CEO), Kim Asay (Chairman), Joseph Wadsworth (President), Brad Reese (CSO), David Kasteler (CMO) and Brandon Lloyd (CFO).

John Wadsworth (right) first appeared on BehindMLM as co-founder and President of Tahitian Noni.

Tahitian Noni was founded in 1996 and today goes by the name Morinda.

Kim Asay, Joseph Wadsworth were also involved in Morinda. Brad Reese was Executive Vice President and COO of Avisae until July, 2016.

In a 2011 interview with the Salt Lake Tribune, John Wadsworth claimed Tahitian Noni adopted the MLM business model because he and his partners “ran out of money”.

Wadsworth left Morinda in December of 2015.

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BTC Investments Review: Five levels of bitcoin cash gifting fraud

There is no information on the BTC Investments website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The BTC Investments website domain (“btcinvestments.co.za”) was registered to “BTC Investments” on December 2nd, 2016.

The South African address used to register the BTC Investments domain, “67 Wessels Str, Johannesburg, Western Cape, 2128”, ZA, has previously been linked to 419 advance fee scams and fake online retailers.

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