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BowlaCoin Review: Bowling on the blockchain?

BowlaCoin operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche and appears to be based out Sweden. On its website, BowlaCoin names Michael Petersen as Founder and CEO of the company. As per Petersen’s corporate bio, he’s a committed person with strong passion for Bowling and have been in the industry from the age of six, I played [Continue reading…]


3 to 5 Years Review: T. LeMont Silver returns with forex fraud

3 To 5 Years provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. Visitors to 3 To 5 Years website without a referral link are shown an affiliate login form. Visitors through a referral link are pitched marketing videos and invited to sign up. Said marketing videos are narrated by T. [Continue reading…]


Global Daily Pro Review: Adcredit pyramid scheme

Global Daily Pro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Two founders are cited in Global Daily Pro’s compensation plan material; Rafael Sawicki and Michael Harken. As above, both Sawicki and Harken are purportedly based out of Sweden. Global Daily Pro’s website domain (“globaldailypro.info”) was registered on August 1st, [Continue reading…]


My Lottery Store Review: Unlicensed online lottery ticket sales

My Lottery Store operates in the gaming MLM niche. The company’s website provides no management or ownership information. My Lottery Store’s website domain (“mylotterystore.com”) was registered on March 8th, 2019. Disruptive Blockchain Worldwide LTD is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man is a scam-friendly [Continue reading…]


SuperLife World Review: Nutritional supplements pay to play

SuperLife World operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. The company is based out of Malaysia and headed up by CEO and founder Lai Tek Kean. Possibly due to language barriers I was unable to put together an MLM history for Kean (right). Despite being a Malaysian company, according to Alexa SuperLife World is primarily [Continue reading…]


Torque Trading Systems Review: TORQ token Ponzi points

Torque Trading Systems provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Torque Trading Systems’ website domain (“torque.asia”) was registered on July 25th, 2019. Torque Group Holdings is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in the British Virgin Islands. The British Virgin Islands is a scam friendly jurisdiction with [Continue reading…]


ArbiSmart Review: RBIS Ponzi points investment fraud

ArbiSmart provides no information about who owns or runs the company on its website. ArbiSmart’s website domain (“arbismart.com”) was first registered in July 2018. The domain registration was last updated in June 2019 and lists “ArbiSmart OU” as the owner. No further details are provided. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront [Continue reading…]


Viiva Review: Tavala weight loss supps & travel rebooted

Viiva operates in the weight loss and travel MLM niches and are based out of Utah in the US. Viiva’s website fails to provide management details, however a linked press-release identifies Joe Zhou as its founder. Zhou appears to have bought into Viiva about a year ago, which is when the company changed its name [Continue reading…]


Rise Network Review: Secretive Unbox ecommerce platform

Rise Network operates in the marketing tools MLM niche. The company provides a suite address in Texas on its website. The same website cites Rise Network’s founders as Hitesh Juneja, Kevin Hokoana and Jason Rose. Long-time readers will recognize Juneja, Hokoana and Rose from their DS Domination days. DS Domination launched in 2013 and combined [Continue reading…]


CoopCrowd Review: David T. Rosen’s 2019 gifting scheme

CoopCrowd provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. CoopCrowd’s website domain (“coopcrowd.com”) was first registered in 2011. The domain registration was last updated in January 2019. David Rosen is listed as the owner of the domain. Through the Wayback Machine I was able to verify that CoopCrowd’s domain was [Continue reading…]