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TwentyXPro Review: Eight-tier matrix cycler Ponzi

TwentyXPro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. In TwentyXPro’s website FAQ, the company claims it’s “a project created by the educational company Interconnectica Ltd”. Interconnectica LTD appears to be a Cyprus shell company. Interconnectica LTD has a website up at “interconnectica.com”. The domain was first registered in 2018. [Continue reading…]


Rypex Trade Review: Automated trading technologies Ponzi

Rypex Trade provides no credible information about who owns or runs the company on its website. Cited as CEO of Rypex Trade is Phillip Orr, who doesn’t exist outside of a brief mention in Rypex Trade’s marketing. A video uploaded to Rypex Trade’s official YouTube channel features CFO Albert Parson. The interview takes place in [Continue reading…]


Silverchief Mint Review: Silver ruse pyramid scheme

Silverchief Mint operates in the precious metals MLM niche. The company is based out of South Africa and headed up by founder Brandon Marriott. Prior to founding Silverchief Mint, Marriott was promoting WorldVentures. Read on for a full review of Silverchief Mint’s MLM opportunity.


Smarts News Review: ETH smart contract Ponzi scheme

Smarts News provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Smarts News’ website domain (“smarts.news”) was privately registered on April 14th, 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.


Mining City Review 2.0: Expanded crypto mining sec fraud

BehindMLM reviewed Mining City just over a year ago last June. Since launching as an unregistered securities investment opportunity, Mining City is now offering returns in bitcoin and bitcoin vault. The compensation plan has also been updated, prompting readers to request a review update. Today we revisit Mining City’s MLM opportunity.


Be Review: Melius rebooted as subscription pyramid

Be marketing began in late May, early June 2020. The company is a reboot of Melius. Melius launched in late 2018, on the idiotic premise of giving out $50,000 real money trading accounts for $3000. The company was publicly headed up by CEO and co-founder Jeremy Prasetyo. Initially Melius’ other co-founders weren’t publicly acknowledged on [Continue reading…]


Sponsoo Review: Niche athlete sponsorship opp

Sponsoo operate in the sponsorship platform MLM niche. The company is based out of Hamburg, Germany and headed up by CEO Andreas Kitzing. As per Kitzing’s corporate bio, he came up with the idea of Sponsoo during his MBA at the University of Cambridge. Before that, he had been working as a management consultant and [Continue reading…]


PGI Global Review: 200% ROI Ponzi positions

Praetorian Group International goes by PGI Global and operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company is headed up Ramil Ventura Palafox, who goes by RV Palafox in PGI Global marketing. A press-release published in January 2018 cited Palafox as President of AI Trade. AI Trade was a Ponzi scheme fronted by Mark Davis. Davis [Continue reading…]


Lion’s Share Review: James Ward enters smart contract Ponzis

To the best of my knowledge Lion’s Share doesn’t have a website. The MLM opportunity is promoted primarily through social media, namely Facebook, Telegram, WhatsApp and YouTube. The face of Lion’s Share marketing is James Ward. James Ward (right) first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar in 2010, as the CEO of LGN Prosperity. LGN Prosperity marketed [Continue reading…]


Six Sigma Trade Review: Weekly returns AI trading Ponzi

Six Sigma Trade provides no reliable information on their website about who owns or runs the company. Six Sigma Trade claims to be headed up by Sura Bianca. Six Sigma is the brainchild of Sura Bianca a tech-savvy “Goddess” with a passion for trading and crypto currency. Bianca doesn’t exist outside of Six Sigma Trade’s [Continue reading…]