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Infinity Global Review: Bitex packages pyramid scheme

Infinity Global operates in the financial services MLM niche. The company doesn’t provide a corporate address on its website. Heading up Infinity Global is CEO Leopoldo Castillo. Oddly enough I couldn’t find anything on Castillo. This might be due to language-barriers, seeing as Infinity Global’s website defaults to Spanish. Based on language and the use [Continue reading…]

Edain Review: EAI token smart-contract Ponzi scheme

Edain operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company provides a corporate address for “Edain Technologies AG” in Switzerland. Heading up Edain are co-founders Hardy F. Schloer, Adela Fofiu and Mihai Spariosu. None of Edain’s co-founders appear to have an MLM history. Hardy Schloer is a German national tied to a number of companies; Schloer [Continue reading…]

Eaconomy Review 2.0: Third relaunch, compliance issues

Eaconomy was first reviewed here on BehindMLM in May 2019. Eaconomy’s original launch collapsed in less than a year. The brand lay dormant until is was resurrected by owner Hassan Mahmoud (right) in April 2021. Eaconomy’s reboot saw the MLM company launched through Beyond Wealth. In a nutshell you had various trading and cryptocurrency offerings. [Continue reading…]

Quility Review: Symmetry Financial Group & Asurea merger

Quility operates in the insurance MLM niche. The company doesn’t provide a corporate address on its website, but does state it’s “Made with (heart emoji) in CA, NC and NV”. Quility provides a brief history on its origin; While the Quility name is new, we’ve been in the insurance business for a while. Before joining forces, [Continue reading…]

DreamTrips Review: WorldVentures survives Ch 11 bankruptcy

DreamTrips was initially the name of WorldVentures’ travel service product. It has now been launched as a stand-alone MLM company. Who owns DreamTrips is murky. WorldVentures filed for bankruptcy in December 2020. Those proceedings culminated in Verona International Holdings acquiring what was left of WorldVentures in June. At the time Verona International Holdings had no [Continue reading…]

5 Billion Sales Review: Magic internet money?

5 Billion Sales provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. 5 Billion Sales’ website domain (“”), was registered on May 25th, 2021. The private registration was last updated on October 29th. 5 Billion Sales provides a UK virtual address in their “affiliate terms”. This is meaningless. Whoever is running [Continue reading…]

Gift Of Legacy Review: Rebooted $100 gifting pyramid scheme

Gift Of Legacy fails to provide company ownership information on its website. In fact as I write this, Gift Of Legacy’s website is nothing more than a video placeholder with a launch timer. The company however is being actively marketed on social media. Gift of Legacy’s official YouTube channel was created in January 2021. Videos [Continue reading…]

GainBTT Review: BitTorrent Token Ponzi scheme

GainBTT provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. GainBTT’s website domain (“”), was privately registered on May 24th, 2021. In an attempt to appear legitimate, GainBTT’s provides basic UK incorporation details for GainBTT LTD. An MLM company operating or claiming to operate out of the UK is a red [Continue reading…]

Daxio adds SportsBot to its securities fraud offering

A reader recently tipped me off to an update to Daxio’s MLM offering. Daxio, as reviewed on BehindMLM in May 2020, is the fourth reboot of the Global Game Arena Ponzi scheme. Six months or thereabouts after that review was published, Daxio added “SportsBot” to its unregistered securities offering.

PandaTron Review: TRX smart-contract matrix cycler Ponzi

PandaTron provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. PandaTron’s website domain (“”), was privately registered on November 5th, 2021. As I write this, PandaTron’s website is a barebones launch counter: Promotion of PandaTron is primarily taking place over Telegram. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront [Continue reading…]