A verdict in a OneCoin related tax fraud case in Finland raises serious judicial priority concerns. [Continue reading…]
The DOJ has gone after five individuals connected to BitClub Network.
Matthew Brent Goettsche, 37, of Lafayette, Colorado, and Jobadiah Sinclair Weeks, 38, of Arvada, Colorado, are charged by indictment with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and Goettsche, Weeks, and Joseph Frank Abel, 49, of Camarillo, California, are charged by indictment with conspiracy to offer and sell unregistered securities.
Goettsche, Weeks and Abel have been arrested. Two co-conspirators, whose names are under seal, remain at large. [Continue reading…]
A OneCoin scammer in Finland who dodged their taxes is facing trial today.
Following a December 9th Scheduling Conference, the 8 Figures Dream Lifestyle trial has been tentatively set for July 14th, 2020. [Continue reading…]
In their attempt to bring the scammers behind Control Finance to justice, the CFTC is learning firsthand why UK incorporation records are a joke. [Continue reading…]
3 To 5 Years provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
Visitors to 3 To 5 Years website without a referral link are shown an affiliate login form.
Visitors through a referral link are pitched marketing videos and invited to sign up.
Said marketing videos are narrated by T. LeMont Silver.
As part of clawback efforts against Zeek Rewards’ top net-winners, in 2016 final judgment was entered against Silver and his wife Karen for $3.1 million dollars.
Along the way Silver also managed to scam his lawyers out of thousands of dollars.
After Zeek Rewards Silver had a short stint at the GoFunRewards Ponzi scheme.
In a recorded May 2013 webinar Silver was adamant JubiRev was not a Ponzi scheme.
A month and a half later JubiRev collapsed.
In 2014 Silver reemerged as one of the BitClub Network Ponzi scheme’s original leaders.
A month after we revealed Silver’s involvement in BitClub Network, we also found him promoting cash gifting through Gold Crowdfunding.
In the aftermath of scam after scam Silver promoted being shut down or collapsing, he dropped his name and started going by “Doc”.
Over the past few years things had been relatively hush hush in the Silver camp, with nothing he’s recently promoted taking off.
3 To 5 Years appears to be Silver’s latest attempt to get an investment business off the ground.
Read on for a full review of 3 To 5 Years’ MLM opportunity. [Continue reading…]
Global Daily Pro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
Two founders are cited in Global Daily Pro’s compensation plan material; Rafael Sawicki and Michael Harken.
As above, both Sawicki and Harken are purportedly based out of Sweden.
Global Daily Pro’s website domain (“globaldailypro.info”) was registered on August 1st, 2019.
Kallaren Peder M Handelsbolag is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in Sweden.
Possibly due to language barriers, I was unable to find anything further on Sawicki, Harken or Handelsbolag.
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…]
I’ve received intel that Wakaya Perfection is intending to reboot itself as Bulavita.
Specific details at this point are sketchy, but I was able to confirm the name-change via an official source. [Continue reading…]
Charles Scoville isn’t having a good time.
Currently incarcerated in Juab County Jail, last month Scoville had his Supreme Court bid to legalize Ponzi schemes in the US denied.
Now the lawyers representing him against the SEC want out. [Continue reading…]
My Lottery Store operates in the gaming MLM niche.
The company’s website provides no management or ownership information.
My Lottery Store’s website domain (“mylotterystore.com”) was registered on March 8th, 2019.
Disruptive Blockchain Worldwide LTD is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man is a scam-friendly jurisdiction with little to no regulation. There is no reason for a legitimate MLM company to provide a corporate address there.
Further research reveals an October 19th YouTube video titled “My Lottery Store Call With The CEO, COO and Other Leaders”.
In the video Chad Creighton identifies himself as “COO of the ship”. Michelle Lilly-Hester (right) is cited as CEO of the company.
Up until it collapsed last year, Lilly-Hester was promoting the Coins of Change bitcoin gifting scheme.
Terrell Bilbo, My Lottery Store’s Global Director, was also a Coins of Change promoter.
Before she started promoting MLM cryptocurrency scams, Lilly-Hester was a Total Life Changes distributor.
A September 2019 press-release cites Daniel Sloan as a My Lottery Store co-founder. In addition to this, Sloan is credited as “Head of Partnerships”.
As per Sloan’s LinkedIn profile;
Since 2016 I have been working in the Blockchain arena, and bought my first Bitcoin in 2015.
I believe Blockchain will have a significant impact on the World, and I am humbled and excited to be part of that.
Sloan’s LinkedIn profile is littered with cryptocurrency related companies that went nowhere.
As far as I can tell, Sloan doesn’t have an MLM history. And My Lottery Store’s other co-founders have yet to be publicly disclosed.
Read on for a full review of My Lottery Store’s MLM opportunity. [Continue reading…]