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.
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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…]
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…]
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.
A few months ago we covered Amazing Living’s apparent unregistered securities offering. So the offer went, a prepaid debit card was to be distributed to Amazing Living affiliates. Through use of the card, stock in an undisclosed company would be awarded. The name of the company stock was to be issued from was not disclosed. [Continue reading…]
There’s been a recent spate of incidents where white people call the cops on black people not breaking the law in the US. Due to the technological age we live in, the altercations, seemingly sparked by race, have been caught on camera. Last Sunday Stephanie Sebby-Strempel, since dubbed “Pool Patrol Paula”, took it upon herself [Continue reading…]
In a May 14th press-release, Dubli (trading as Ominto) has announced it will voluntarily delist itself from the Nasdaq Capital Market. The official reason for the voluntary delisting is ongoing non-compliance with regulatory filing requirements.
Reaction to our Dapps Global expose has been swift, with investors suspected of leaking information kicked out of secret social media groups. The company name “Dapps Global” has also been abandoned, and plans to launch an ICO postponed till October.
One of the core problems a Ponzi points MLM cryptocurrency faces is getting their altcoin listed on a public exchange. In addition to hitching B2G to Dragon Mining Tech and several “scam within a scam” companies (Bitcoin Trading World, Crypto Mining Space, Palilula Mining etc.), Bitcoiin have been heavily touting public exchange adoption over the [Continue reading…]
In the bowels of Facebook another unregistered securities ICO offering is being prepared for launch. Today we take a look at the upcoming launch of Dapps Global and serial MLM underbelly scammers promoting it.