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Auvoria Prime Review: Eaconomy securities fraud reboot

Auvoria Prime is the third attempt to sell use of a non-profitable trading bot to gullible victims. The scheme started as SilverStar Live, which ended in a $75,000 CFTC fraud settlement. Co-owners Hassan Mahmoud and Candace Ross-Mahmoud then rebooted the scheme as Eaconomy. Last month Eaconomy collapsed, amid bickering between the scammers running the show. [Continue reading…]


Kosmoh Review: 400% ROI Ponzi points scheme

Kosmoh operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company represents it is based out of Wyoming in the US, however this is unlikely to be the case. Kosmoh provides an executive team summary on its website. Scrolling through the stock photo feeling images, “Tyler Weah” caught my eye: I could have sworn this was a [Continue reading…]


Circle of Finance Review: INV Ponzi points OneCoin spinoff

Reflecting the executive experience of those running it, Circle of Finance’s corporate structure is a convoluted mess. For the most part I’m just going to refer to the opportunity as Circle of Finance, but for reference here are the schemes components: Circle of Finance – appears to be an umbrella company (???) TradeInvicta – internal [Continue reading…]


Well Beyond Review: MXI Corp continues, now with Ponzi link

Well Beyond operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. The company came about back in 2017, following the acquisition of MXI Corp by Jeremy Reynolds. MXI Corp marketed Xocai chocolate, with the two brands being synonymous with each other. Reynolds (right) is credited as a “founding distributor” of MXI Corp. In essence, MXI Corp’s founders, [Continue reading…]


NutriCellix Review: LaCore Ent competing against itself?

NutriCellix operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. The company launched earlier this year and is headed up by co-founders Bo and Roni Short. In addition to co-founding the company, Bo Short is NutriCellix’s CEO. Roni Short works as President. I’m not sure how long the Shorts have been married. I ran a search on [Continue reading…]


E-volve Review: DD Corporation Ponzi reboot?

E-volve provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. E-volve’s website domain (“e-volve.io”) was privately registered on November 27th, 2019. Marketing of E-volve online appears to be mostly from former DD Corporation affiliates. DD Corporation began as Dreams Digger, a cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme launched mid last year. By November 2019 [Continue reading…]


Infinite Increasing Income Review: Coronavirus scam

Infinite Increasing Income represents it is operated by Ultimate Luxury Alliance. Contact details for Greg Simmons in Oregon are provided on the company’s website. No information about Simmons is provided. I tried to look up info using the name but came up blank. I noted that stock photos are used to represent fake Infinite Increasing [Continue reading…]


Doubleway Review: Ethereum gifting contract scheme

Doubleway provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Doubleway’s website domain (“doubleway.io”) was privately registered on September 4th, 2019. There’s a good chance whoever is running Doubleway is based out of South America. At the time of publication, Alexa cites Colombia (50%), Brazil (12%) and Venezuela (8%) as top [Continue reading…]


Taurise reboot Ponzi scheme review roundup

Taurise was a Ponzi scheme that launched in mid 2018. Fronted by badly dubbed over actors, Taurise collapsed about a year after launch. While Taurise’s website is long gone, recently several schemes have popped up using the same logo and site template. Rather than review these opportunities separately, I’ve combined them below in a triple [Continue reading…]


Corona Invest Review: COVID-19 themed Ponzi scheme

Corona Invest provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Corona Invest’s website domain (“coronainvest.io”) was privately registered on February 27th, 2020. A residential address in the UK is provided on Corona Invest’s website. It is doubtful this address has anything to do with the company. As always, if an [Continue reading…]