The 22K Collective website domain (“22kcollective.com”) was registered on the 14th of March 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
There is no information on the 22K Collective website indicating who owns or runs the business. Infact, should you visit the 22K Collective website without an affiliate referral link, there’s not much of anything on the site:
Further research reveals a press-release uploaded by “Tidom Inc” on May 15th, naming Scott Miller as the owner of 22K Collective:
22K Collective launched its new website marketing Tidom Inc. in (a) small press meet here today.
Owned by Scott Miller, the company is offering the most successful business opportunity of the 21st century.
Scott Miller himself uploaded the press-release, indicating he is running both Tidom Inc. and 22K Collective.
Back in 2013 Miller (right) was heavily involved in the $1.8 billion dollar Ponzi scheme, TelexFree.
Miller was a prominent US-based investor, speaking on stage when TelexFree held corporate recruitment meetings in the US.
Following the shutdown TelexFree by the SEC in early 2014, Miller promptly began deleting and attempting to cover up his TelexFree promotional activity:
How much Miller stole from TelexFree victims is unclear. After the shutdown he signed up as a MyNyloxin affiliate (revenue-sharing), but that doesn’t seem to have lasted long.
Now, just over a year after TelexFree’s shutdown, Miller has decided to get back into MLM by launching the 22K Collective.
Read on for a full review of the 22K Collective MLM business opportunity. [Continue reading…]
The arrest of Rathawit Thiti-arounwat last month continues to pay off, with two new warrants issued for investors in the “same network” of uFun Club investors.
The network refers to the affiliate downline genealogy Thiti-arounwat belonged to which, given the attention its receiving from police, appears to be one of the largest groups promoting uFun Club in Thailand. [Continue reading…]
A raid on a UDBP Bank branch in Thailand has uncovered that the Vanuatuan institution, who were not registered to operate as a bank in Thailand, was being used by uFun Club to accept deposits directly from Chinese investors.
So far it has been uncovered that around 8000 Chinese uFun Club investors had deposited around $8.7 million USD with the bank. uFUn Club then used UDBP Bank accounts to launder the funds off to Malaysia and Vanuatu.
In response to the development, China has now officially joined the international uFun Club investigation. [Continue reading…]
The controversy surrounding Mohd Nazifuddin and uFun Club continues to get stranger, with the latest seeing the Prime Ministers son muddle dates and attempt to divert attention onto Sagajuta management. [Continue reading…]
Following the announcement yesterday that Daniel Tay, uFun Club’s Marketing Director, was going into hiding, we speculated on where he might flee to.
At first glance Vanuatu emerged as a likely candidate, given it’s increasingly looking like uFun Club has laundered millions of dollars through the country’s UDBP Bank.
Now new information has emerged, suggesting the pacific nation of Samoa might also be a contender. [Continue reading…]
As the political scandal surrounding the murky connection between Mohd Nazifuddin and uFun Club grows, the latest sees a prominent Malaysian political party call on the government to clear its name. [Continue reading…]
When Thailand began cracking down on uFun Club, and arrests were made in Thailand and China, it was only a matter of time before those running the scam would either be arrested, or flee.
First fleeing Thailand for Malaysia, if a top uFun Club investor is to be believed, senior management are now looking to disappear for good. [Continue reading…]
Far be it from me to be an expert on the inner workings of a police force, but the following seems comically negligent.
When asked by Malaysian media about Mohd Nazifuddin’s involvement in uFun Club, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar simply dismissed the issue.
Not because Malaysian police had thoroughly investigated Nazifuddin’s involvement in Sagajuta and the fact that he’s a major shareholder with money likely been transferred between uFun Club and Sagajuta over the past two years, but because
Thai police never mentioned PM’s son (Mohd Nazifuddin Najib).
…WHAT?!? [Continue reading…]
There is no information on the Reign Legacy website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Reign Legacy website domain (“reignlegacy.com”) was registered on the 13th of February 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
Further research reveals a marketing video titled “Reign Legacy” was uploaded on March 10th, to a YouTube account bearing the name “Mark Anthony Thompson”.
A link to Reign Legacy without an affiliate code is included in the video’s description, strongly suggesting Thompson himself is behind the scheme.
Typically when an admin links to their own opportunity, they don’t need to include a referral link if the system defaults new signups without a referral code to their account.
With regard to Reign Legacy, new signups with a referral link are placed directly under the 2nd sponsor ID in the system, which belongs to “Mollie Beasley”:
Beasley (who goes by the name “Mollie Woop” on Facebook), has Mark Anthony Thompson in her Google Plus circles. Presumably Thompson holds the top sponsor ID (which would be value=”1″ in the screenshot above).
Update 19th February 2015 – Following publication of this review, Mark Anthony Thompson has been in contact. He claims he doesn’t own or run Reign Legacy, and instead was contacted by Mollie Beasley to produce the promotional video uploaded to his YouTube channel.
The article had stated that I was the owner of the website or what not, but all I did was create the animated sketch video for them and upload it on youtube.
I am not the owner of the website or even apart of the program. They contacted me and asked me to take it off youtube, so I did.
I pressed Thompson on who contacted him and whether he was paid (and by whom), and received the following reply:
They as in Mollie and a few other administrators that I dont know who they are or anything about. Only reason I know Mollie was because looking for someone who knew how to make animated sketch videos.
She saw a few of my previous videos that had been shared on Facebook through a mutual friend, and that’s how we came in contact about making the video.
She is in my circles because she gave me her email to mail her the file to upload but she couldn’t figure out how to upload it from her phone.
So I just put it up on my yt account for the time being to make it easier. I put the website link there because that’s the only Link I was given for people to go look and receive more info.
In return Mollie had got for me some pull-tab flyers that I needed for my real estate business.
Thompson’s information indicates that Mollie Beasley is either running Reign Legacy or working closely with whoever is.
Why this information is not provided on the Reign Legacy website is a mystery. /end update
Read on for a full review of the Reign Legacy MLM business opportunity. [Continue reading…]
There is no information on the AdBizCentral indicating who owns or runs the business.
The AdBizCentral website domain (“adbizcentral.com”) was registered on the 2nd of March 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
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…]