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Gains Systems Review: Daily returns AI bot trading Ponzi scheme

Gains Systems provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Gains Systems’ website domain (“gains.systems”) was privately registered on February 21st, 2019. A Hong Kong incorporation certificate for Gains Systems Limited is provided. According to the certificate, Gains Systems Limited was incorporated in Hong Kong on May 14th, 2019. As [Continue reading…]


Multiple TradeX Review: Latest scheme in Ponzi template factory

Multiple TradeX provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The “about us” section on Multiple TradeX’s website references “iprofit247.com”, which appears to be a clone site. Multiple TradeX claims to be “registered” in the US, but only provides a UK incorporation number for Minefield LTD. Minefield LTD was incorporated [Continue reading…]


Xsinergia Review: Trading bot bitcoin Ponzi scheme

Xsinergia provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Xsinergia’s website domain (“xsinergia.com”) was privately registered on February 19th, 2019. “Related companies” cited in Xsinergia’s Terms and Conditions are Synergy of Assets and Partners S.L., Nousgo World Wide Traveling S.L. and TOR GLOBAL TRAVEL S.L. Another company, Sinergia De Activos [Continue reading…]


Neworkoin Review: NWK Ponzi points social marketplace

Neworkoin operates in the MLM cryptocurrency niche and represents it is based out of Malta. Heading up Neworkoin is its founder and President, Andor Viragh. According to Viragh’s Facebook profile, Neworkoin was launched on or around September 2018. Prior to Neworkoin Viragh (right) was promoting Enagic’s Kangen water filters. That was circa 2014 though, with [Continue reading…]


Miracle System Review: Bill relief through cash gifting

Miracle System provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Miracle System’s website domain (“miraclesocialmediasystem.com”) was privately registered on October 27th, 2018. Further research reveals the official Miracle Media Facebook group was created by Domonique Barbee “about 3 months ago”. Domonique Barbee also features prominently in Miracle System marketing material. [Continue reading…]


Investimento Bitcoin Review: 300 day returns binary & forex Ponzi

Investimento Bitcoin provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website. Investimento Bitcoin’s website domain (“investimentobitcoin.com”) was privately registered on March 18th, 2019. At the time of publication Alexa ranks Brazil as the top source of traffic to Investimento Bitcoin’s website (94%). This is a high enough percentage to suggest that [Continue reading…]


Farm Mining Review: Monthly returns bitcoin mining Ponzi scheme

Farm Mining provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. Farm Mining’s website domain (“farm-mining.com”) was privately registered on June 2nd, 2019. On its website Farm Mining provides a certificate for incorporation of BitcoinBase Limited in the UK. Whether this incorporation actually has anything to do with Farm Mining is [Continue reading…]


Dot Dot Smile Review: LuLaRoe for kids?

Dot Dot Smile are based out of California and operate in the MLM clothing niche. According to Dot Dot Smile’s website, the company initially launched in 2013. The MLM model was adopted in July 2017. Heading up Dot Dot Smile is founder Nicole Thompson. Thompson’s husband Jeff is sometimes credited as a co-founder, but creation [Continue reading…]


Wish Money Review: Apostle launches MLM crypto Ponzi

Wish Money provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Wish Money’s website domain (“wishmoney.com”) was first registered in 2006. The domain registration was last updated with private details on May 14th, 2019. A search on the WayBack Machine confirms that as of late last year, the Wish Money domain [Continue reading…]


Mainston Review 2.0: STON Ponzi points scheme

Mainston was first reviewed here on BehindMLM back in 2015. The original business model was simple. Mainston was a four-tier pyramid scheme and it collapsed shortly after our review. Like many MLM scams, Mainston has recently rebooted itself as a cryptocurrency opportunity. In line with the 2015 launch, Mainston provides no information about who owns [Continue reading…]