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Limbic Arc Review: Get vitamins and nutrients through a mobile app?

Limbic Arc operates in the health and wellness MLM niche and are based out of Utah in the US. The company is owned by Global Unicorn Holdings, a publicly traded company. The founder and CEO of Limbic Arc is Vaughn Cook. One of the other companies Global Unicorn Holdings owns is Zyto, also founded by [Continue reading…]


LifeVantage class-action filed, pyramid scheme & snake oil allegations

BehindMLM reviewed LifeVantage back in 2015. Although retail was possible, we found LifeVantage’s overall business model was focused mostly on autoship affiliate recruitment. This combination of token retail with affiliate recruitment is at the core of modern-day MLM pyramid schemes. The FTC took action against Vemma and Herbalife a few years ago for use of the [Continue reading…]


Financial Education Services Review: $715 commission on $499 sale?

Financial Education Services operates in the financial services MLM niche. The company provides a PO Box address in the US state of Michigan on their website. Heading up Financial Education Services are co-founders Parimal Naik (CEO) and Mike Toloff (President). According to Naik’s LinkedIn profile, Financial Education Services was initially launched as VR Tech back [Continue reading…]


RamTrex Review: Crypto Ponzi collapsed? Fork blockchain and reboot.

Mass Cryp was a Ponzi scheme that launched in late 2017. Three co-founders headed up the scam; Pijush Sarkar (CEO), Saurabh Singh (CFO) and Shashank Mishra (COO). The basic gist of Mass Cryp’s business model was *somethingsomething blockchain digital advertising free money*. BehindMLM reviewed Mass Cryp in December 2017 and concluded it was a simple $100 [Continue reading…]


AI Trade Review: Bot trading crypto Ponzi scheme

AI Trade provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The AI Trade website domain (“aitrades.org”) was privately registered on May 9th, 2018. Official AI Trade marketing videos feature Mark Davis; On his personal website, Davis “promotes crypto” and cites himself as an Australian “author and speaker”. To what extent [Continue reading…]


Evolution Travel Review: Paycation travel pyramid clone

Evolution Travel operate in the travel MLM niche, with an address in Las Vegas, Nevada provided on their website. Further research however reveals this address actually belongs to Regus and is virtual in nature. Evolution Travel name David McCovy (right) as founder of the company. As per McCovy’s Evolution Travel corporate bio; A lifelong entrepreneur, [Continue reading…]


Magellan International Alliances Review: BetChips now e-commerce

Magellan International Alliances operate in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. A corporate address in Ireland is provided on the Magellan International Alliances website, however further research reveals the address actually belongs to Company Formations International. Company Formations International provide incorporation services in Ireland. Thus it appears Magellan International Alliances has no actual physical operations in the [Continue reading…]


Q Sciences Review 2.0: Simpler comp plan with strong autoship focus

BehindMLM first reviewed Q Sciences just over two years ago in 2016. A reader recently reached out to us with the news that since then, Q Sciences have updated their compensation plan. The new plan is believed to have come into effect earlier this year. After looking at Q Sciences’ new compensation plan, it appeared [Continue reading…]


Luvv Review: Love as an MLM product?

Luvv provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Luvv website does feature a marketing video, however the speaker of the video is not identified. Further research reveals the speaker is Jeff Long, who in another Luvv marketing video credits himself as creator and co-founder of the company. The [Continue reading…]


Hodl Game Review: Nine-tier cryptocurrency Ponzi cycler

Hodl Game provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. The Hodl Game website domain (“hodlgame.net”) was privately registered on July 13th, 2018. 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 [Continue reading…]