Articles under ‘MLM Reviews’:

AxeMediaTV Review: $39 a month pirated streams + recruitment

AxeMediaTV provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The AxeMediaTV website domain (“axemedia.tv”) was privately registered on May 3rd, 2018. In their Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, AxeMediaTV provide a virtual office address in Las Vega, Nevada.   Update 13th August 2018 – Anthony Oxley is citing himself as [Continue reading…]


Activz Review: Cure-all for cancer, leukemia, arthritis and diabetes?

Despite having an “Our Team” section on their website, Activz only provides a photo of their management. Further research reveals David Brown crediting himself as Chairman and CEO of Activz on his LinkedIn profile. Brown (right) is also one of the executives featured in the “Our Team” Activz website photo. As per Brown’s LinkedIn profile, [Continue reading…]


Xpirient Review: Travel niche recruitment with pseudo compliance retail

Xpirient provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Xpirient website domain (“xpirient.com”) was privately registered on September 12th, 2017. Further research reveals affiliates naming Chris Kent as owner of Xpirient. On his personal Facebook profile, Kent (right) cites himself as founder of the company. Why this information is [Continue reading…]


Nui Review: Cryptocurrency token investment with pseudo-compliance

Nui has its origins in Divvee, a failed “access to discounts” MLM opportunity that launched in mid 2016. When Divvee’s original model failed, the company rebooted as a mobile app promotion platform. That also failed, prompting Divvee’s descent into unregistered securities. In late 2017 Divvee merged with Hodo Global. The merger created Nui, which focused [Continue reading…]


Triple Penny Crypto Review: $1000 min deposit cloud mining Ponzi

Triple Penny Crypto provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Triple Penny Crypto website domain (“triplepennycrypto.com”) was privately registered on January 25th, 2018. Despite its website domain only having been registered 6 months ago, Triple Penny Crypto claims to have been in business since 2010. As always, if [Continue reading…]


Quaestor Solutions Review: Quaestor coin & pyramid recruiting

As I write this the Quaestor Solutions website is returning a database error. Perusal of Google’s cache of the website reveals the website appears to still be under development. The Quaestor Solutions website domain (“quaestor-solutions.com”) was privately registered on April 16th, 2018. Further research reveals an official Quaestor Solutions webinar hosted by Keld Mathiesen. Mathiesen [Continue reading…]


DGold Review: Wacky sun gazers launch DGold Coin Ponzi points

DGold cite three Directors on their company website; Miroslav Kiš (General Director), Nikola Aleksić (Executive Director) and Dragan Davidovac (Director of Marketing). No information about any of DGold’s Directors is provided. The DGold website domain (“dgoldcurrency.com”) was registered on February 19th, 2018. “Sungazing Organization” (Sungejzing Organization) is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in Vojvodina, Serbia. The [Continue reading…]


Ma Vie International Club Review: ICO lending Ponzi without the ICO

Ma Vie International Club, not be confused with MaVie), provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Ma Vie International Club website domain (“mavieint.com”) was privately registered on April 13th, 2018. A suite address in Mauritius is provided, however a Google search reveals multiple businesses using the same address. [Continue reading…]


PowerNodes Review: Mize Network’s Ponzi scam within a scam

PowerNodes provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. The PowerNodes website domain (“powernodes.io”) was privately registered on May 30th, 2018. Inspection of the PowerNodes website source-code reveals “Mize Network” keyword stuffing: The Mize Network logo is also featured in the footer of the PowerNodes compensation plan. Further research reveals [Continue reading…]


Bitsolives Review: BuxCoin Ponzi points investment fraud

Bitsolives provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Bitsolives website domain (“bitsolives.com”) was privately registered on March 10th, 2017. Further research reveals Bitsolives marketing material crediting Mohsin Jameel as CEO of the company. As reported by the Tribune India last year, Jameel (right) is known to Indian authorities [Continue reading…]