AfricanBits Club Review: Six-tier matrix bitcoin cash gifting

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

The AfricanBits Club website domain (“africanbits.club”) was privately registered on February 8th, 2017.

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…]


Click Intensity collapsing, plans Ads Cash Coin pump & dump relaunch

Click Intensity launched last year as a $25 in, $30 out adcredit Ponzi scheme.

Just shy of a year from launch, Click Intensity appears to be on the way out:

No doubt desperate to raise ROI revenue, Click Intensity is now gearing up to enter the pump and dump MLM cryptocurrency niche. [Continue reading…]


Bit Wins Review: 2×5 matrix bitcoin cash gifting

There is no information on the Bit Wins website indicating who owns or runs the website.

The Bit Wins website domain (“bitwins.com”) was privately registered on January 24th, 2016.

The official Bit Wins Facebook group lists Peter Borel as the sole admin of the group.

Borel is based out of Gothenburg, Sweden and announced the launch of Bit Wins on his Facebook profile on February 9th.

Other MLM underbelly scams advertised on Borel’s Facebook page include One Link Matrix, Crypto 24×7, Viral Crypto, Crypto Orbis, Passive Crypto, My Ads FamilyThe Ads Team, BitDonix2×4 Club, M2M Crowdfund, Bitcoin 4 Passive and MMM Global.

Most of these are bitcoin cash gifting schemes, with a few Ponzis thrown in for good measure.

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XinHua For You Review: Formor International merges with supplier

XinHua For You started out as Formor International.

Back in 2015 the company entered a joint-venture partnership with their Chinese supplier, Changsha Xin Quan Xin Lin Biologic Nutrient Supplement Co., LTD.

As per a blog post on the Formor International website;

The name of the newly formed joint-venture company is XinHua International Biological, LLC, operating under the trade name XinHua for You.

We are finalizing the joint-venture by merging the existing ForMor product line and compensation plan into XinHua. ForMor International will now be known as XinHua for You.

Why the joint-venture took two years to put together is unclear. It clearly isn’t finished though, with the Formor International website still up and various social media profiles still using the Formor name and branding.

Even XinHua-branded media is mostly hosted on the old Formor International website domain.

The face behind XinHua For You is founder He Shu Jin.

XinHua For You corporate bio refers to He as a “highly successful business man”.

He was born in a small, farming village in central China, He learned to work hard and value his education. As a young man, he left his small village to find a good job and be able to better support his family.

Because of his strong work ethic, his ability to solve problems, and his leadership ability, he quickly rose to become the head of Ansu, Ltd, a publicly-traded company on the Schenzen Exchange in China.

Then, he founded Hunan Xinhua Pharmacy, Ltd in Changsha, China. This company is a pharmaceutical manufacturing company which supplies over 20,000 retail outlets all over China.

In addition to pharmaceutical products, Xinhui produces traditional Chinese medicines, plant extracts, and much more.

The Chinese government uses many of the processes and procedures Mr. He developed as the standard of excellence by which other companies are measured.

In 2014, he founded, XinHua for You, LLC., an Arkansas-based nutritional supplement company.

Formor International itself was founded back in 1996 by Stan Goss.

On the management side of things, XinHua For You is run by CEO Michael Goss. Michael Goss is the son of Stan Goss and served as President of Formor International.

Having joined the then family business, I don’t believe Goss has an MLM history outside of Formor International and now XinHua For You.

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Nerium Skincare accuse Jeff Olson of running “illegal financial schemes”

Nerium is involved in so many lawsuits at the moment that I’m finding it difficult to keep track of them all.

There’s the Dennis Windsor lawsuit, the Modere lawsuit, the “chemical burns & disfigurement” lawsuit….

One that slipped through the cracks update wise was the Nerium Skincare lawsuit, filed in August, 2015. [Continue reading…]


Ponzi frustration? Jose Nunes bashes girlfriend in front of daughter

It takes a certain type of character to front online Ponzi schemes that rip people off for millions of dollars each year.

Sadly it comes as little surprise to learn one of Traffic Monsoon’s prolific cheerleaders has a history of domestic violence. [Continue reading…]


Millions 4 Sure Review: $1 in, $1,034,047 out cycler Ponzi scheme

There is no information on the Millions 4 Sure website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Millions 4 Sure website domain (“millions4sure.com”) was registered on January 3rd, 2017. LaTasha Miles is listed as the owner, with a residential address in the US state of California also provided.

I was unable to find any information on LaTasha Miles, with respect to Millions 4 Sure or MLM in general. This raises doubts as to whether or not she actually exists.

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…]


Just Got Bitcoin Review: Sherm Mason enters bitcoin gifting niche

There is no information on the Just Got Bitcoin website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Just Got Bitcoin website domain (“justgotbitcoin.com”) was registered on January 18th, 2017. Optimus Dale is listed as the owner, with an address in the US state of Arkansas also provided.

Optimus Dale is an alias of Sherm Mason.

Mason first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar as the admin of Magnetic Builder.

Magnetic Builder was a $29.95 recruitment scheme launched in 2011.

sherm-mason-3x9-millionaire-machine-adminIn 2015 Mason (right), launched at least five dubious schemes:

In 2016 Mason doubled down on his efforts and launched Elite Pay Alliance (matrix-based cash gifting), 5 Dolla Money Lines (pass-up chain-recruitment), Adstraordinary (matrix-based cash gifting) and Cash Rally GPS (Ponzi cycler).

Last month Mason launched Easy Odds, an $11 gifting scheme. Easy Odds doesn’t appear to have collapsed yet, so why Mason is launching Just Got Bitcoin so soon is unclear.

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Heavenly Pay Review: RIIAB owner targets Nigeria with new scam

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

The Heavenly Pay website domain (“heavenlypay.com”) was registered on January 14th, 2016. Randy Garrard is listed as the owner, with an address in the US state of Kansas also provided.

Randy Garrard (right) first appeared on BehindMLM’s radar in 2015, as admin of the cash gifting scam Residual Income in a Box.

In 2016 Garrard launched the 5 Dollar Leveraging System Ponzi cycler, which was followed up by a reboot of Residual Income in a Box.

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MMM Returns Review: 150% ROI MMM Global Ponzi reboot

The MMM Returns website brands the opportunity as a “Sergey Mavrodi venture”.

I am Sergey Panteleevich Mavrodi, legal professor and administrator for an [sic] self sustaining owned global social financial revolution system called MMM Returns.

Mavrodi is a convicted felon who first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar in 2015.

Through MMM Global, Mavrodi (right) scammed millions of dollars out of people until the Ponzi scheme collapsed in April, 2016.

Various local chapters of the scam have sprung up and collapsed in China, South Africa, Asia (India), Zimbabwe and Nigeria.

Nigeria was the last “major” MMM Ponzi launch. After collapsing last December the scheme rebooted in January. Existing investors have since been shafted in favor of promising ROI payments on new investment.

Needless to say affiliate recruitment isn’t doing to well, with MMM Returns an attempt to restart yet another iteration of MMM Global.

Read on for a full review of the MMM Returns MLM opportunity. [Continue reading…]