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Tridex & Crex Capital Review: TX Ponzi points scheme

Tridex provides no verifiable information about who owns or runs the company on its website. As per the “about” section of Tridex’s website, the company was founded by “Melvin Buck”. Neither Melvin Buck or any of the other “stock photo” executives named exist outside of Tridex’s website. Given this, it is assumed all named Tridex [Continue reading…]


Atomy USA Review: Retail focus still terrible

A few weeks back a reader tried to argue pyramid schemes were legal in Singapore. After getting rekt they scurried off and were never heard from again. During our conversation though I acknowledged that Atomy USA had updated their compensation plan. We last visited Atomy as “Atomy America” back in 2016. Today we revisit the [Continue reading…]


Kointat Review: Daily returns Ponzi scheme

Kointat fails to provide verifiable company ownership information on its website. There is a Board of Directors list provided, featuring Hunt Lenny as CEO and Chairman, however none of the Directors exist outside of Kointat’s own marketing material. In an attempt to appear legitimate, Kointat provides registration details for Kointat Co LTD at the Cyprus [Continue reading…]


BitKrypton Review: 0.5% a day Ponzi scheme

BitKrypton provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. BitKrypton’s website domain “bitkrypton.com”) was privately registered on October 30th, 2019. Alexa currently estimates 95% of traffic to BitKrypton’s website originates out of Pakistan. This strongly suggests whoever is running BitKrypton is based out of Pakistan, or at very least has [Continue reading…]


Smart Ether Review: Smart contract 2×8 matrix Ponzi

Smart Ether provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Smart Ether’s website domain (“smartetherx.io”) was privately registered on August 19th, 20920. Official Smart Ether marketing videos are offered in English, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam. This suggests that whoever is running Smart Ether is likely based out of India. As [Continue reading…]


NeXarise Review: Former ACN distributors launch competitor

NeXarise operates in the ecommerce MLM niche. The company does not provide a corporate address on its website. Instead a UK incorporation number for “Nexarise European Services LTD” is provided. Typically UK incorporation is meaningless, however in this instance, based on NeXarise’s co-founders, I’ll give the company a pass. NeXarise was co-founded by Asad Ali (Chairman), [Continue reading…]


Health Therapies Review: iGalen’s messy COVID-19 reboot

A month or so ago Health Therapies popped up on my radar. At the time I didn’t have enough information to go on, so I filed it under “check back in a few weeks”. Today iGalen’s website domain features Health Therapies’ logo. For all intents and purposes Health Therapies has launched, however the transition from [Continue reading…]


Global Sponsorship Network Review: GDP Ponzi points

Global Sponsorship Network, commonly abbreviated as “GSN”, provides no company ownership or management information on its website. GSN’s website domain (“mygsn.com”) was first registered in 2012. The private domain registration was last updated on June 6th, 2020. Considering GSN promotion began after this date, this is likely when GSN’s owners took possession of the domain. [Continue reading…]


Dabank Economy Review: Syscom sub pyramid scheme

DaBank Economy provides no information on its website about who owns or runt the company. From my own research I’ve been able to piece together three components of DaBank Economy; DaBank Economy itself, Syscom and EonNet. DaBank Economy is the MLM opportunity. Syscom is a communication app (calls, chat, file sharing, blogs), with cloud storage. [Continue reading…]


SaleChain Review: SCH token Ponzi points

SaleChain provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. SaleChain’s website domain (“salechain.io”) was privately registered on May 7th, 2020. Alexa currently ranks Iran (15%), Mexico (9%) and Bahrain (6%), as the top three sources of traffic to SaleChain’s website. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront [Continue reading…]