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Ascira Review: Videos and travel discounts

At the time of publication Ascira’s website is parked with a “coming soon” message. Despite having held at least one “VIP event” and actively marketing their opportunity, Ascira has yet to launch an online presence. Our Ascira review is based on a presentation given by International Brand Ambassador Steve Martin, on or around February 16th, [Continue reading…]

RF3 World Review: Turning a blind eye to illegal med claims

RF3 World was founded in 2013 and operates in the personal care MLM niche. The company is based out of Malaysia and headed up by President Nazeri Omar. According to RF3 World’s “introduction CEO” page on their website, Omar (right) is ‘a millionaire in this multi-level direct sales business‘. He has also been involved in [Continue reading…]

FOMO5K Review: Two-tier 2×5 matrix ethereum gifting

FOMO5K provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. FOMO5K’s website domain (“”) was privately registered on January 2nd, 2020. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.

FX Farms Review: Actors + forex fraud

FX Farms provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. An address in the UK is provided on FX Farms website. Further research reveals the address belongs to virtual office provider Regus. Marketing videos on FX Farms’ website feature Fivver actors. The above example is from Fx Farms’ official business [Continue reading…]

Goldmine369 Review: TeraHash Power Block securities fraud

Goldmine369 operates in the bitcoin mining MLM niche. The company represents it is based out of Manchester in the UK. Heading up Goldmine369 is founder Jay Locke, who for some reason has deleted his previously public Facebook account. Outside of Facebook Locke has no digital footprint I could find. Meaning his MLM history is unknown. [Continue reading…]

Watford Corp Review: Moderate effort Ponzi scheme

Watford Corp has one of the most god awful website designs I’ve ever seen. The site disabled vertical scroll in favor of horizontal scroll, leaving the user with no idea what they’re scrolling into. If I want to expand one of the scroll topics, a click is not enough. I have to sit there like [Continue reading…]

Lifestyle Connections Review: $39 a month access to savings

Lifestyle Connections provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Lifestyle Connection’s product, a savings platform called Lifestyle Savings Network, first featured on BehindMLM as part of our IXQ TV review. IXQ TV was the successor of vStream TV, both of which sold access to pirated content. The MPA shut [Continue reading…]

FluxOn Club Review: FON token Ponzi points

FluxOn Club operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company is headed up by co-founders Georgy Katsanov and Jorge Nieto. On his LinkedIn profile, Georgy Katsanov (right) refers to himself as a “private entrepreneur” with over seven years experience. Language-barriers made tracking Katsanov’s MLM history difficult. I was however able to peg him to promotion [Continue reading…]

FCB Trades Review: 1.5% daily ROI Ponzi scheme

FCB Trades claims to operate in the forex trading MLM niche. A residential address in Norway is provided as a corporate address on FCB Trades’ website. In the “whitepaper” section of their website, the company also provides an incorporation certificate for the UK and trademark registration for the Netherlands. The UK incorporation is for Instituo [Continue reading…]

AmadeusBank Review: Fake bank, 150% daily returns

AmadeusBank provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. The “About Us” section of AmadeusBank’s website contains copy and pasted text from Luminor, an actual Estonian bank. Given this, it is assumed the plethora of board names AmadeusBank provides on the same page are bogus. What this does suggest is [Continue reading…]