Energy Spas Ponzi scheme collapses, website gone
The Energy Spas Ponzi scheme has collapsed.
Sometime in the last 24 hours Energy Spa’s website has been pulled offline. The scam’s social media profiles have also been deleted.
At time of publication Energy Spa’s website was returning a configuration page:
This indicates the previously hosted website files have been deleted.
Energy Spa’s official YouTube channel has been deleted, along with the previously uploaded marketing videos.
As per BehindMLM’s published Energy Spas review, the Ponzi scheme was launched by serial scammers milking a $64 website template.
Energy Spas is believed to have launched a few months ago. Who ran the scam remains unclear.
At the time of its collapse SimilarWeb tracks the majority of Energy Spas’ website traffic as originating from Sweden 40% and the US.
Between December 2022 and January 2023, traffic from the US was collapsing while new victims from Sweden were recruited.
Energy Spas investment plans spanned 6 months, meaning the majority of invested funds will have been stolen by its admins.
Total Energy Spas investor numbers and how much they’ve collectively lost is unknown.
Update 17th February 2023 – Energy Spas’ website is back online.
Nothing has been stated yet but we’re assuming a reload scam is coming.
Its back again. But not sure if there will be any payouts.
The site is online. but not no one answers on the chat or no money is transfered when trying to withdraw.
A few weeks ago EnergySpas locked all plans into staking mode. If you want to unstake you need to participate in another long-term plan. 🙂
Sounds like EnergySpas will be a zombie site like GlobalHubAsset (dead Ponzi, site still up).
My friends and I have been scammed by a company Energy spas.
By recruiting you into Energy Spas, sounds like someone in your friends group did some scamming too.
It depends if you knew EnergySpas was a scam when beeing and affiliate/sponsor for EnergySpas. But when the deal is this good its often a scam.
A group of friends don’t just coincidentally wind up in a Ponzi scheme. Someone made a quick buck recruiting them.
Yes. the affiliates may have forgot to tell about the risk. This often happens in MLM as well. It depends how serious the company and the upline are.
I have heard stories from friends that where promised that you could not lose any money in EnergySpas. Its a risk free system.
Even stories about affiliates promesing to pay back money personally if this goes south. I think they regret today and disapeared.
Ponzi schemes aren’t so much about “risk” as the mathematical certainty that the majority of investors will lose money.
Despite this, scammers lure victims into Ponzi schemes with lies – as you’ve noted.