RevStar Global combine a bunch of opportunities under the one brand, offering a multi-niche MLM business opportunity.
Listed as co-founders on the RevStar Global “Our Team” website page are Paul Redmayne (President) and David H. Hooker (Executive Vice-President).
Paul Redmayne was the President of Blue Bird Bids, a Zeek Rewards Ponzi clone that launched in late 2012.
Blue Bird Bids collapsed shortly after launch following concerns, raised by Vice-President Eric Swaim, that auto-bidding bots were being used to drive up auction prices.
Following the collapse of Blue Bird Bids, the company transformed into PureNRG Fx with Swaim at the helm. PureNRG FX abandoned the Ponzi points business model in favour of a recruitment-focused compensation plan to market Playboy branded energy drinks.
Swaim is joining Redmayne in his new MLM venture, credited as the company’s Vice-President of Sales on the RevStar Global website.
Meanwhile PureNRG FX appears to have stalled some time ago, however the status of the company in light of RevStar Global launching is not clear. At the time of publication, Eric Swaim’s name does not appear anywhere on the PureNRG FX website.
In his RevStar Global executive bio, David Hooker (right) credits himself with having been “headhunted” by Mark Hughes and Larry Thompson to join Herbalife in Europe – ‘a position that he held for many years helping to develop many of the leaders that are still prospering with that company today‘.
Over the years David has held senior executive positions with many of the major international corporations such as Herbalife International, Lifestyles International, Modicare India and Nature’s Sunshine Products.
With David’s unparalleled skills, concepts and drive, he took their International Business Development Programs to new heights, becoming the most widely recognized programs in the industry.
More recently however, Hooker aligned himself with the Banners Broker Ponzi scheme as their “Director of Compliance”.
Hooker held Banners Broker investor recruitment events, hosted corporate calls and appeared as an official spokesperson for the company.
Despite having never formally reviewed Banners Broker due to a lack of an MLM component within the business, as I understand it the scheme involved investors investing in a fictional advertising network.
Banners Broker appears to have begun collapsing around early to mid 2013, leaving many investors out of pocket. Currently those left in the scheme appear to be stringing the remaining investors along with promises of Banners Broker resurrecting itself.
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