Terrence Pound’s Keep It 100 Ponzi scheme has collapsed.

Following a July 27th webinar in which Pounds claimed Keep It 100 investment had dropped from ~$100,000 to $~5000 a day, Keep It 100’s website went offline.

Visits to Keep It 100’s website now reveal an unscheduled maintenance message:

As BehindMLM understands it, Keep It 100 disabled withdrawals on or around Wednesday.

On Telegram, Keep It 100 claims the website will be back on Monday. This buys them the weekend to tie up any lose ends before disappearing.

Keep It 100 launched a few months ago and pitched a 10% daily return.

Terrence Pounds claimed he owned and operated the Ponzi scheme, up until BehindMLM reported on his pending COVID-19 loan fraud sentencing earlier this week.

Following publication of that article, Pounds quickly backtracked and began claiming Keep It 100 was run by an unnamed third-party.

In two videos uploaded to Pounds’ “Money, Ministry & Motivation” YouTube channel since Monday, Pounds has repeatedly asserted he can’t be seen to be running Keep It 100 due to his “legal situation”.

Pounds told one Keep It 100 investor;

If it means my freedom or you losing your money, you’re gonna lose your money brother.

The majority of Keep It 100 investors are believed to be US and Canadian residents.

Total losses and how much Pounds stole through the Ponzi scheme remain unknown.


Update 29th August 2023 – After returning with a new 25% a month business model, Keep It 100 has once again exit-scammed its investors.