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Bitqyck affiliate database sold to Tierra Science Global?

Bitqyck was a typical MLM cryptocurrency altcoin securities offering. Rather than operate legally, Bitqyck planned to flout US securities law by operating offshore through Firstmover International. In June Bitqyck revealed it was the subject of a federal regulatory investigation. Firstmover International’s website has since been pulled and presumably the company has been abandoned. Now it [Continue reading…]

Westland Storage Ponzi caught out in private island lie

In a recently updated roadmap, Westland Storage added the following to their 4Q 2018 timeline; Conference on the island of WestLand Storage. Speech of the main persons of the company. We organize a conference on the island we bought. Our best clients get a free trip and our top executives give speeches at the conference. [Continue reading…]

Uganda struggling with MLM cryptocurrency fraud

It’s no secret that Africa is a hotbed of MLM cryptocurrency fraud. Perpetrators, primarily from the US and Europe, have no scruples when it comes to targeting and exploiting uneducated (and often poor) investors in Africa. On an almost daily basis BehindMLM receives emails from people with distinctly African names. More often than not they’re [Continue reading…]

AWS Mining’s World Digital Mining Summit Photoshop fail

It’s not that a Ponzi adminĀ couldn’t attend a cryptocurrency event, which makes AWS Mining’s hilarious World Digital Mining Summit Photoshop fail all the more amusing.

Is WorldVentures operating illegally in Brazil?

WorldVentures response to Rwanda declaring the company was an illegal pyramid scheme was certainly strange. Rather than prove it wasn’t a pyramid scheme, WorldVentures brushed off the ban by claiming it didn’t do business in Rwanda. This caught the attention of several Brazilian WorldVentures affiliates. Because despite Brazil not appearing on WorldVentures list of authorized [Continue reading…]

iMarketsLive’s Copy Profit Success Global lawsuit a slimy mess

If you need a prime example of the incestual slime that oils the MLM underbelly, look no further than iMarketsLive’s recently filed lawsuit against Copy Profit Success Global.

iCenter caught out in Genesis Mining partnership lie

iCenter are claiming on their website that Genesis Mining is an “unofficial partner”. Putting aside what that even means for just a moment, Genesis Mining have responded by confirming “no partnership” exists.

How much does WorldVentures owe affiliates in unpaid commissions?

Owing the amount of litigation WorldVentures has recently filed, we’ve published a number of articles featuring the company this week. Perhaps one unintended consequence of WorldVentures’ legal filings is disclosure as to how much it currently owes affiliates. I’ve been hearing rumors that WorldVentures is behind on commission payments for some time now. But up [Continue reading…]

Noble 8 Revolution collecting fees, continue to delay commissions

Question: As a Ponzi cycler admin, what’s better than collecting the majority of invested funds through pre-loaded positions? Answer: Not paying anyone and keeping all of the money for yourself. Noble 8 Revolution’s admins have redefined the gullibility of Ponzi investors. Mark Campese and Blaine Williams have been collecting $25 membership fees since January, and [Continue reading…]

Eyeline Trading seek to avoid regulation through unbranded advertising

With Eyeline Trading shaping up as the next USI-Tech, owner and CEO Dan Putnam is doing everything he can to prolong a US regulatory investigation. The latest has seen Eyeline Trading demand affiliate investors remove any reference to the company in their marketing efforts.