1-million-fast-logo1 Million Fast themselves don’t disclose who runs or owns the business on their website, with this basic information instead offered up by an affiliate via a testimonial;

I just want to say that CashMillionaire Family has done me good. I have nothing but love for the founders Angela Dumais and Tony Sanzo.

This is supported by the 1 Million Fast domain registration, which lists Dumais as the owner. An address in the US state of Hawaii is also provided.

angela-dumais-tony-sanzo-1-million-fast-adminsPosts on Dumais and Sanzo’s social media accounts suggest they are husband and wife.

Dumais (right, with Sanzo) runs the blog “teamcrushinc.blogspot.com”, on which advertisements for 3×9 Millionaire Machine (matrix-based recruitment scheme), My Paying Ads (HYIP Ponzi scheme) and 4 Corners Alliance Group (recruitment scheme) feature.

Evidently Dumais was also an investor in the My Advertising Pays Ponzi scheme, with the following posted in response to MAPS terminating US operations:

I was so disappointed the day Mr. Deese announced his program M.A.P.S would no longer be available to the US market. I had a good thing going.


Update 17th December 2015 – Turns out Dumais is an old hat at scamming, with California issuing a cease and desist against her scheme Truth In Gold back in 2003.

At all relevant times, Truth In Gold, purportedly an investment club, was conducting business at 139 Bear Gulch Rd., Aberdeen, WA 98520.

At all relevant times, truthingold.com was purportedly an investment club.

At all relevant times, Angela Dumais, also known as Angela Flodstrom, was the proprietor of Truth In Gold.

At all relevant times, Jason Flodstrom was the proprietor of Truth In Gold.

Beginning in or about August 2002 through at least November 2002, Truth In Gold, Angela Dumais, also known as Angela Flodstrom, and Jason Flodstrom offered or sold securities in the form of investment contracts or evidences of indebtedness or memberships in an incorporated or unincorporated association.

Through posting on the Internet, Truth In Gold, truthingold.com, Angela Dumais, also known as Angela Flodstrom, and Jason Flodstrom offered or sold securities in the form of investment contracts or evidences of indebtedness or memberships in an incorporated or unincorporated association.

In connection with these offers or sales, Truth In Gold, Angela Dumais, also known as Angela Flodstrom, and Jason Flodstrom, misrepresented to investors that:

a. the principal investment was guaranteed safe; and

b. the funds deposited by the investors would earn daily interest of 1% or 2% daily, depending on the amount invested.

Based upon the foregoing findings, the California Corporations Commissioner is of the opinion that the investment contracts or evidences of indebtedness or memberships in an incorporated or unincorporated association are securities subject to qualification under the California Corporate Securities Law of 1968 and are being or have been offered or sold without being qualified, as required by Corporations Code section 25110.

Pursuant to section 25532 of the Corporate Securities Law of 1968, Truth In Gold, Angela Dumais, also known as Angela Flodstrom, and Jason Flodstrom, are hereby ordered to desist and refrain from the further offer or sale in the State of California of securities.

According to a denied appeal filed in 2008, Dumais plead guilty to wire fraud, was convicted and sentenced to 57 months in prison.

The case docket for Dumais’ criminal proceedings reveals an arrest warrant was issued in February of 2004, with Dumais arrested five days later.

After posting $10,000 bail, another arrest warrant was issued in September 2005, with Dumais again arrested less than a week later.

Yet another $10,000 bond was paid the day after Dumais’ second arrest, seeing her released.

Dumais’ 57 month jail sentence was handed down in November of 2005, with her third and final arrest a month later in December.

In July 2015, someone claiming to be Dumais’ mother published the following on the TalkGold Ponzi forum:

Yes I remember Angela Dumais, she is my daughter. I never got involved with Truth In Gold because I did not think it was legal.

I have an FBI Clearance and an ATF clearance and will not jeopardize that for anyone not even my daughter!

She is currently under Federal Investigation again in Honolulu, Hawaii. She is doing another alleged Ponzi Scheme.

She started a new business 4CA, Team Global Impact which is legal, but then started another spin off group called Elite LCN aka Elite Lead Capture Network. Claims she is a six figure earner in the business, has an MBA from University of Arizona, a total lie. Look her up on ********.

The only truth is that she does work at IHS, Institute for Human Services. But she is quitting this summer. Then she will hide all her assets again and go about her “merry life” again at the expense of others.

Contact Myra Petersen the U.S. Attorney General in Honolulu Hawaii at (removed). She is under Federal Investigation again.

This breaks my heart. I thought she had learned her lesson and changed, but greed got the best of her again. Good Luck and God Bless! MadMom

The poster went on to claim Dumais “has been cleared”, however I was unable to find any evidence of this.

/end update


Nothing specific (other than his own Cash Millionaires 1 Millon Fast opportunity) has been promoted of Tony Sanzo’s on his Facebook page, but certain posts do indicate he is very much active in the MLM underbelly:

Daaammmmmnnnn…. Ouch…..it sucks i know…. Did you get signed to another scam or signed up to a selfish sponsor that signed you up only to leave you high and dry…. Spent money on useless bs that the “guru” told you…. You “had to have” only to be assed outa money and time….

Come work with us….24/7 support and i give you my cell once we start workin together AND you got a GUARANTEED rebate on your investment resulting in free money for LIFE!!!!

Nothing suss.

Sanzo’s LinkedIn profile cites him as working as a National Account Manager with Kelley Blue Book And Autotrader till September 2013, with him going on to join 4 Corners Alliance Group in January 2014.

1 Million Fast would appear to be Dumais and Sanzo’s first MLM opportunity launch.

Read on for a full review of the 1 Million Fast MLM business opportunity.

The 1 Million Fast Product Line

1 Million Fast has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market 1 Million Fast affiliate membership itself.

Once signed up, affiliates can purchase matrix positions and participate in the 1 Million Fast business opportunity.

Bundled with each matrix position purchase are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the 1 Million Fast website.

The 1 Million Fast Compensation Plan

1 Million Fast sees affiliates purchase $3 to $81 matrix positions, with funds paid for positions gifted to earlier participants.

Payments within 1 Million Fast are tracked through a 3×4 matrix compensation structure, with affiliates required to buy into each level of the matrix.

A 3×4 matrix places an affiliate at the top of the matrix, with three positions directly under them (level 1):


These initial three positions form the first level of the matrix, with level 2 generated by splitting each of the three positions into another three positions each (nine positions).

The third level of the matrix sees level 2 positions split into another three positions each (27 positions), and again to generate the fourth and final level of the matrix (81 positions).

In total, a 3×4 matrix has one hundred and twenty positions to fill, with positions filled via the recruitment of affiliates and their purchase of positions.

The flow of money within the four levels of the 1 Million Fast compensation plan is thus as follows:

  • Level 1 (3 positions) – pay $3 and receive $3 from three subsequently recruited affiliates ($9)
  • level 2 (9 positions) – pay $9 and receive $9 from nine affiliates ($81)
  • level 3 (27 positions) – pay $27 and receive $27 from twenty-seven affiliates ($729)
  • level 4 (81 positions) – pay $81 and receive $81 from eighty-one affiliates ($6561)

This is as much as 1 Million Fast make public about their compensation plan, with there purportedly being additional matrix positions to purchase:

Plus 2 more Highly Lucractrive Affiliate Payouts In Our Dear BOSS (Are You ready To Finish That) alone.

Meaning that your potential income when completing Dear BOSS would be $531,441.00!

There are 3 more exciting lighting fast moneymakers on the inside tooo shocking to share in public!

Whether or not the “3 fast moneymakers” are additional components of 1 Million Fast or feeder positions in third-party opportunities Dumais and Sanzo have signed up with is unclear.

Joining 1 Million Fast

Affiliate membership with 1 Million Fast is free, however affiliates must pay a total of $120 to participate in the known component of the income opportunity.

Participation in the unknown components of the 1 Million Fast opportunity will likely cost extra.


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A continuation of the schemes they’ve participated in, 1 Million Fast sees Angela Dumais and Tony Sanzo launch a multi-tier gifting scheme.

This is likely in response to their Four Corners Alliance Group business drying up, and the realization that running such schemes is usually more profitable than participating in them.

At launch Dumais and Sanzo have likely preloaded the company wide matrix with positions of their own, which will guarantee they walk away with the biggest cut of gifting payments.

Such is the nature of matrix-based schemes, which see those who join the earliest placed on top of the biggest matrices.

In an effort to mask the cash gifting taking place, 1 Million Fast purports to be selling advertising credits.

What is the product or service we are purchasing?

Banner and text ads promoting any business you like.

The reality however is that nobody is actually paying for these credits, with “automated payments” instead made between 1 Million Fast affiliates.

Ultimately if you’re running a cash gifting scheme such as this, whatever product or services is bundled with payments is irrelevant.

As with all such schemes, once new affiliate recruitment dies down so too will payments through the matrix.

When that happens anyone who hasn’t recouped whatever they’ve paid in loses out, with this mathematically guaranteed to be the majority of participants.