Daisy Global has received a securities fraud warning from the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC).

BCSC cites Daisy Global as

sell(ing) crowdfunding packs that direct between 50% and 100% of the proceeds into investment funds.

Those funds trade in forex and crypto assets with the assistance of an AI-driven algorithmic trading system to generate profit.

BehindMLM first came across Daisy Global as Daisy AI in 2020. Over the years Daisy Global has collapsed and been rebooted multiple times.

The last collapse BehindMLM documented was Daisy Forex in July 2023. After Daisy Forex came Daisy Global, an AI trading bot Ponzi reboot.

As per the BCSC’s November 20th warning, Daisy Global “is not registered to trade in, or advise on, securities or derivatives in BC.”

This is the equivalent of a securities fraud warning in other jurisdictions.

Daisy Global is run by US national Jeremy Roma.

Roma visits the US but is believed to spend most of his time hiding out in Dubai.

The fictional trading side of Daisy Forex is managed by Endotech, a purported Israeli outfit run by Anna Becker and Dmitry Gushchin (aka Dimitry Gooshchin).

BCSC cites two Daisy Global website domains in their fraud warning; “daisycrowd.com” and “daisy.global”.

As tracked by SimilarWeb, for October 2023

  • daisy.global received ~150,000 visits, primarily from Hungary (28%), Germany (19%) and Canada (13%)
  • daisycrowd.com received ~11,000 visits, primarily from Australia (36%), Russia (12%) and the UK (9%).

Neither Daisy Global, Jeremy Roma, Endotech, Anna Becker or Dmitry Gushchin are registered to offer securities in any jurisdiction.