Liquid Gold RX Review: LGRX mouth spray to neutralize poisons?

Liquid Gold RX provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.

Liquid Gold RX’s website domain (“liquidgoldrx.com”) was privately registered on September 10th, 2018.

Liquid Gold RX’s website references “Wellness Research Group International”, however I wasn’t able to find any additional information on this company.

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…]


Pawel Wojnicz outed as Vexa Global Ponzi owner?

In our Vexa Global review published a few months back, we noted identification of company ownership was inconclusive.

Now, via a recently emerged paper trail, it appears a serial-scammer from Poland is behind the scheme. [Continue reading…]


Exp Asset Ponzi scheme collapses, pulls “we got hacked!” exit-scam

The Exp Asset mobile wallet Ponzi scheme has collapsed.

Rather than admit they ran out of money though, Exp Asset has pulled a “we got hacked!” exit-scam. [Continue reading…]


Wantage One targeting OneCoin, Ormeus, CBG & LEO Ponzi victims

Antony Norman’s Wantage One is marketing itself as a savior of OneCoin, Ormeus Global, CrowdBridge Global and LEO Ponzi scheme victims. [Continue reading…]



Daniel Pacheco’s hilarious answer to SEC’s iPro Network fraud lawsuit

Daniel Pacheco has filed a hilarious answer to the SEC’s lawsuit against him and his company iPro Network.

He’s also going after the regulator through equally amusing counterclaims. [Continue reading…]


Onyx Lifestyle linked to Eyeline Trading & WealthBoss Ponzis

Marketing material has linked a central figure in the Eyeline Trading and WealthBoss Ponzi schemes to Onyx Lifestyle. [Continue reading…]


High Court order sheds light on Dan Andersson’s fraud in Pakistan

A High Court order has provided insight into why LEO owner Dan Andersson can’t leave the country.

Turns out Andersson’s years of scamming the Pakistani public have come back to haunt him. [Continue reading…]



FarGlobal Review: TradeVIM crypto trading platform

FarGlobal provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business.

FarGlobal’s website domain (“farglobal.me”) was privately registered on April 23rd, 2019.

If you visit FarGlobal website, you’ll notice the prominent logo is for TradeVIM.

TradeVIM has its own website, and as far as I can tell is the name of the FarGlobal’s supposed trading platform.

TradeVim’s website domain (“tradevim.com”) was privately registered on December 5th, 2018.

Research into TradeVim lead to me to a YouTube video, which identifies a “Joe” as creator of the platform.

Joe (on the right above) is supposedly based out of San Francisco, California.

Note that this conflicts with FarGlobal’s website, which claims the company is “has its home office in Canada”.

I couldn’t find Joe’s surname, or any external information tying Joe to FarGlobal or TradeVIM. Thus I’m taking claims made in the video with a grain of salt.

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…]


Emailconomy Review: Three-tier pyramid recruiting with marketing

Emailconomy identifies Angel Michelangelo Lopez as owner of the company on its website.

Lopez is based out of Florida, which corresponds to a corporate address in Tampa provided in the footer of Emailconomy’s website.

Michelangelo Lopez (right) appears to have made a name for himself in Empower Network circa 2014.

By 2014 Empower Network was already in decline, but it wasn’t until 2017 that the company imploded entirely.

Since Empower Network Lopez has been pitching himself as an internet marketing coach. He also appears to have been promoting Valentus.

On his LinkedIn profile Lopez cites himself as the author of “The Art of Being Stupid Online”.

Alrighty then.

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


Builderall Review: Website builder with digital marketing platform

Builderall operates in the marketing tools MLM niche.

Builderall’s website domain (“builderall.com”) was first registered in 2016. The domain registration was last updated in October 2018.

Despite not existing until 2016, Builderall states on its website that ‘the Builderall platform project started in 2011‘.

I’m not sure where they’re getting the 2011 start year from.

The company Builderall appears to be run through, eBusiness4us Inc.

was founded in the USA in 2008 by the Brazilian entrepreneur Erick Salgado.

According to his LinkedIn profile,

in 2005, Erick Salgado created the first virtual mini-franchises system, which provided small entrepreneurs with a real possibility to enter the Internet business industry with a solid and profitable business system.

Salgador cites both 2004 and 2010 as launch dates for OMB100 in Brazil.

Through OMB100, Salgado continued to offer internet marketing services.

Starting 2016, OMB100 appears to have been renamed Builderall. Since then the company has operated under the Builderall brand.

On his Facebook page Salgado reveals he’s from Brazil but now lives in Orlando, Florida.

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