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SofTrade AI Review: 2% to 4% daily ROI forex trading Ponzi

SoftTrade AI provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. SofTrade AI’s marketing videos feature someone they’re calling “Ryan Baines”. No verifiable information on Baines exists anywhere on the internet. A Facebook profile for Baines, on which it is claimed he’s SofTrade AI’s CEO, was created about a week ago [Continue reading…]


MMM BSC Review: PAX MMM Global Ponzi reboot

Despite Sergey Mavrodi passing away just under two years ago, scammers continue to use his image to promote MMM branded Ponzi schemes. The latest is MMM BSC, a reboot using the Paxos Standard (PAX). PAX is an ERC-20 stable token that has nothing to do with MMM BSC. Who’s behind MMM BSC is unclear but [Continue reading…]


Jewel Sanitary Napkins Review: Graphene insert sanitary pads?

Jewel Sanitary Napkins provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website. In researching Jewel Sanitary Napkins’ website, I came across this line in the non-linked compensation plan section of their website: Upon joining as an Independent Distributor you will pay an enrollment fee of $50. This fee includes your replicated [Continue reading…]


FOW Business Review: FOW Token Ponzi scheme

FOW Business provides no detailed executive information on its website. The company provides only the name of a purported CEO, Densley Craig. I say purported because FOW Business provides a UK incorporation certificate. The address used to incorporate FOW Business in the UK belongs to Companies Made Simple. Companies Made Simple offer UK shell company [Continue reading…]


Cryptify Trading Review: Telegram bot Ponzi

Cryptify Trading exists on the Telegram messaging platform and various social media channels. The company has no website, and is run by persons unknown. Cryptify Trading’s use of euros to solicit investment suggests whoever is running the company is likely based out of Europe. One possibility is Austria, which hosted Cryptify Trading’s “global launch” last [Continue reading…]


My Ad Magnet Review: $1 AdPack Ponzi scheme

My Ad Magnet provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. My Ad Magnet’s website domain (“myadmagnet.com”) was privately registered on October 6th, 2019. Of note is the domain registrar used by My Ad Magnet’s owner being based out of Malaysia. As always, if an MLM company is not openly [Continue reading…]


Uforia Science Review 2.0: Nutrition inspired by DNA?

Uforia Science launched in late 2018. BehindMLM published its original Uforia Science review on December 12th the same year. In the comments of our review, a reader reached out just over a week ago to let us know our review needed an update. I took a glance at Uforia Science’s current offering and confirmed. Today [Continue reading…]


HyperCapital Review: HyperCash resurrection Ponzi scheme

HyperCapital’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. A HyperCapital marketing presentation claims the company is “founded by crypto industry giants”. Ryan Xu, founder of HyperCapital, is the only HyperCapital executive named. Although Xu is presented as a “crypto giant”… …in reality I couldn’t find anything other than a few failed [Continue reading…]


Royaltie Review 2.0: AI powered marketing platform?

Royaltie was reviewed here on BehindMLM back in 2017. In the comments of our review a reader recently informed me that it was due for an update. Today we revisit Royaltie’s MLM opportunity with an updated review.


CT Passive Review: 1.5% daily ROI Bitcoin adcredit Ponzi

CT Passive provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. CT Passive’s website domain (“ctpassive.com”) was privately registered on November 14th, 2019. In the description of YouTube hosted marketing videos featured on CT Passive’s website, the company claims to be part Of C T Network, an Australian registered company. This [Continue reading…]