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Medical Marketing Project Review: Medical research Ponzi

Medical Marketing Project operates from “yourprivateequity.com”. The website “medicalmarketingproject.com” is active, however based on marketing copy on the site I believe it’s run by affiliates (“MMP Global Team”). Medical Marketing Project provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Medical Marketing Project’s website domain was privately registered on November 11th, [Continue reading…]


Apex Financial: James Ward’s APT Ponzi token scheme

Apex Financial operates in the cryptocurrency niche. The company’s website domain is “theapex.app”, which was privately registered on January 12th, 2021. Apex Financial provide a number of executives on their website. The only person who actually seems to exist is James Ward. Rather than disclose ownership of Apex Financial, Ward has set himself up as [Continue reading…]


Onward Capital Review: Daily returns Boris CEO Ponzi

Onward Capital represents it is headed up by founder and CEO Oscar Finnigan. To that end Onward Capital provides an elaborate backstory for Finnigan, dating back to 2000. The future founder of Onward Capital, Oscar Finnigan, was educated at the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada) under Professor Esteban Chornet, PhD. In 2000, the professor became [Continue reading…]


Trading Insight Review: Daily returns Boris CEO Ponzi

Trading Insight claims to be “officially registered in the UK and Hong Kong.” Certificates of incorporation for both jurisdictions are provided. For the purpose of MLM due-diligence, basic incorporation is meaningless. Both incorporation certificates should be ignored. Trading Insight represents it is headed up by CEO Paul Matthews. Matthews features both on Trading Insight’s website [Continue reading…]


Legend Holdings Corp Review: Scammers hijack company name

Legend Holdings serves up quite the unverifiable company history on its website; Legend Holdings Corporation was founded in 1984 by Liu Chuanzhi and 10 other researchers with funding from the Computing Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Starting from the IT industry, Legend Holdings has gone through the development of over three decades, and [Continue reading…]


EzyTRX II Review: Collapsed EzyTRX reboot Ponzi

Last month BehindMLM reviewed EzyTRX. We noted at the time that a reboot, EzyTRX II, had just been announced. Today we revisit EzyTRX to see how the EzyTRX II reboot is going. As opposed to a replacement, EzyTRX II was launched in tandem with EzyTRX. This is despite the original EzyTRX smart-contract having collapsed. Of [Continue reading…]


Exp Realty Review: Real-estate MLM with lots of fees

Exp Realty operates in the real-estate MLM niche. The company described itself as “the first cloud-based brokerage”. Heading up Exp Realty is founder and CEO Glenn Sanford. Sanford’s LinkedIn profile ties him to a number of real-estate and ecommerce ventures. In addition to Exp Realty, Sanford (right) is Chief Strategy Officer of VirBela and CEO [Continue reading…]


Project Lantern Review: Michael Faust’s secret Ponzi scheme

Project Lantern has no website or public presence. The company is promoted in secret. Inspired Enterprises Ltd is the marketing entity responsible for the promotion of the project and interacting with users involved with the project. The Brand name is Project Lantern. What Project Lantern does have is an affiliate login page, which is hosted [Continue reading…]


Universal Abundance Review: Video library pyramid scheme

Universal Abundance’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. Universal Abundance’s website domain (“universalabundance.co”) was first registered in October 2019. The private registration was last updated on October 9th, 2020. Videos embedded on Universal Abundance’s website are hosted on a YouTube channel named “The Angel of Abundance”. The channel’s first video [Continue reading…]


BNB Stake Review: 292% ROI binance coin bandwagon Ponzi

BNB Stake provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. BNB Stake’s website domain (“bnbstake.finance”) was privately registered on March 4th, 2021. 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.