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BankCryptoInv Review: 90% an hour crypto trading Ponzi

BankCryptoInv provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. BankCryptoInv’s website domain (“bankcryptoinv.com”) was privately registered on January 24th, 2020. Despite not existing until this year, BankCryptoInv fraudulently claims to be ‘a professional cryptocurrency investment company since 2017.’ As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who [Continue reading…]


Purple Mining Review: 7000% ROI crypto mining Ponzi

Purple Mining provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Purple Mining’s website domain (“purplemining.ltd”) was privately registered on September 29th, 2020. In an attempt to appear legitimate, Purple Mining provides a UK incorporation certificate for “Purple Mining LTD” on its website. UK incorporation is dirt cheap and effectively unregulated. [Continue reading…]


Arieyl Review: Pay to play My Daily Choice CBD spin-off

Arieyl is in a bit of a weird place right now. The company is being actively promoted but as of yet doesn’t have a webpage. “Arieyl.com” appears to be registered but is currently being redirected to the company’s official Facebook page. Heading up Arieyl are co-CEOs Kristen and Travis Butler: The Butlers are based out [Continue reading…]


Kevlar Gifting Communities Review: Infinity circle algorithm?

When I checked for Kevlar Gifting Communities’ website yesterday, I found a functioning website. Today the domain is timing out. It seems Kevlar Gifting Communities is either having technical difficulties, or someone pulled the website over the last 24 hours. In any event our source material for this review is a Kevlar Gifting Communities marketing [Continue reading…]


SureGlobalTradeFX Review: Master Cloud Miner reboot Ponzi

SureGlobalTradeFX provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. The only information provides is that supposedly SureGlobalTradeFX’s ‘founders are from Sweden, India, Ukraine, and China.’ In an attempt to appear legitimate, SureGlobalTradeFX provides a US address on its website. This address actually belongs to an Asian grocery store. SureGlobalTradeFX’s website [Continue reading…]


Nature’s Frequencies Review: Pay to play plastic cards

Nature’s Frequencies operates in the health and wellness MLM niche. The company is based out of Massachusetts in the US. Heading up Nature’s Frequencies are father and son co-founders, Rick and RJ Hassler. Rick Hassler serves as Nature’s Frequencies’ CEO, RJ as President. According to the company’s website; Beginning in 2013, Natures Frequencies has manufactured [Continue reading…]


Bitcno Review: 200% ROI 2×1 matrix gifting Ponzi

Bitcno provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. Bitcno’s website domain (“bitcno.com”) was privately registered on June 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.


Farmasi Review: $250 forced “not a pharmacy” product orders

Farmasi launched in the US in 2019, however the company’s roots date back to the 1950s. Farmasi’s founder, Dr. C. Tuna, launched a pharmaceutical company on or around 1950. At some point Tuna switched to cosmetics, with Farmasi launched as an MLM company in Turkey in 2010. Dr. C. Tuna passed away in 2017. As [Continue reading…]


Mirollex Review: Up to 6.8% a day Ponzi scheme

Mirollex provides passive investment plans and is supposedly headed up by CEO Andreas Kral. Kral is played by this actor, and exists only in Mirollex’s staged marketing videos: Kral has a distinct eastern European accent, which is typical of a Boris CEO. Another video features a “trade account manager” who, if you follow his eyes, [Continue reading…]


Adasa Group Review: 1% a day trading bot BTC Ponzi

Adasa Group provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. In fact as I write this, Adasa Group’s website is nothing more than an affiliate login page: Adasa Group’s official marketing material cites “Elizabet” as CEO of the company: No information, not even a last name, is provided. Elizabet has [Continue reading…]