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FutureNet announces Ponzi reboot through FuturoCoin fork

FuturoCoin markets itself as “the most innovative cryptocurrency”. In reality FuturoCoin was nothing more than a Ponzi exit-scam for FutureNet’s owners and top investors. Having milked their current crop of gullible investors dry, FutureNet are now hoping to reboot their failed cryptocurrency.


FutureNet consumer protection warning issued in Austria

VKI, Austria’s top consumer protection organization, has issued a warning against participation in FutureNet. According to VKI, FutureNet has the characteristics of a Ponzi/pyramid hybrid scheme.


FutureNet scam warning issued in Poland, prosecutors investigating

Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK), has issued a pyramid scheme warning for FutureNet and associated companies.


AM Redbull F1 accepts FutureNet Ponzi sponsorship, ignores concerns

The latest attempt by an MLM scam to legitimize itself via association, will see FutureNet sponsor an F1 team for two years. Aston Martin Red Bull don’t seem to mind that sponsorship funds they’ll be receiving are proceeds of a global Ponzi scheme.


FutureAdPro collapses again, ROI payouts slashed by up to 60%

FutureAdPro is going through its second collapse, with affiliate ROI payments slashed by up to 60%. Referral commissions on invested amounts have also been further manipulated to reward only FutureAdPro’s top recruiters.


Banners App Review: FutureNet Ponzi wants access to your phone

Banners App provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Banners App website domain (“bannersapp.com”) was registered on July 3rd, 2018. Rafal Szymanski is listed as the owner, through an address in Lviv, Ukraine. On Facebook¬†Szymanski (right) credits himself as co-founder and CEO of Banners App. He is also [Continue reading…]


FutureAdPro Ponzi collapses, FuturoCoin exit-scam announced

To be fair, FutureNet’s FutureAdPro survived the typical two-year collapse window of most MLM Ponzi schemes. When you’re paying out more than you’re taking in though ($50 in, $60 out), things are eventually going to fall apart. And for FutureAdPro, following several announcements, that appears to be now.


OneCoin, DasCoin, FutureNet & Lyoness scam warnings from Poland

Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, more commonly known as UOKiK, has issued scam warnings against OneCoin (OneLife), NetLeaders (DasCoin), FutureNet (FutureAdPro), Questra World (Atlantic Global Asset Management) and Lyoness. The December 18th warning, published by UOKiK President Marek Niechciala, appears to be an end-of-year recap of regulatory actions taken by the watchdog.


FutureNet announce plans for altcoin pump & dump scheme

FutureNet launched with a cycler Ponzi back in 2014. New investment began to dwindle in early 2016, prompting the launch of FutureAdPro. FutureAdPro is an adcredit Ponzi scheme, through which FutureNet promise affiliates a $60 ROI on $50 deposits. Having built up Ponzi ROI liabilities for a year, FutureNet’s latest revenue ploy is the launch [Continue reading…]


FutureNet refuse to refund media points “internal currency”

If you bought a can of coke and consumed it, you wouldn’t be surprised if a request for a refund was flatly denied. In FutureNet things are a little bit different. Affiliates are spending thousands of dollars on what the company refers to as “media points”, only to be told the “internal currency” cannot be [Continue reading…]