Anetly Global Review: Solmax Global spinoff Ponzi
Anetly Global fails to provide executive and ownership information on its website.
Anetly Global’s website domain (“anetlyglobal.com”), was privately registered on March 11th, 2022.
Although it’s not linked from their website, Anetly Global has an official YouTube channel. The company began uploading videos to it on May 12th.
The first video on the channel is a marketing presentation. Low res stock footage is overlaid with a robo voice.
On June 17th Anetly Global uploaded a cell phone video, naming Anthony Kent as its CEO.
I first thought this was a Boris CEO video but turns out Anthony Kent is an actual UK citizen… with ties to Russia:
Kent, who also goes by Tony, owned and ran the British Business Language Centre in Moscow. That was in 2016. I’m unclear on whether Kent is still in Russia.
On LinkedIn Kent represents he is in London. Kent’s LinkedIn profile states he’s available for “educational consulting, negotiation, public speaking, interview preparation, real estate, copywriting, content strategy, email marketing, social media marketing, and training”.
Anetly Global’s other named executive is Vice President of Sales, Asim Mirza:
Mirza was also Vice President of Sales at the Solmax Global:
Solmax Global was an MLM crypto Ponzi with ties to Pakistan. Launched in 2018, Solmax Global collapsed in late 2021.
As per the above slide, Mirza was still promoting the scam as of November 2021.
I went looking for an exact date Solmax Global marketing ceased. The last post on Solmax Global’s official Twitter profile is dated December 2nd, 2021.
It’s for an “official brand launch webinar”, with who other than “Tony Kent” featured as Solmax Global’s “Head of Education”.
Solmax Global’s website is still up, although there’s not much going on except scattered recruitment of new victims in India and the UAE.
Anetly Global is targeting the same group of investors:
For all intents and purposes, Anetly Global appears to be a spinoff of Solmax Global. Whether any other Solmax Global executives beyond Mirza and Kent are involved is unclear.
Certainly there is bound to be heavy crossover of investors between the two companies.
To the best of my knowledge, Anetly Global is being operated out of the UK.
Read on for a full review of the Anetly Global MLM opportunity.
Anetly Global’s Products
Anetly Global has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market Anetly Global affiliate membership itself.
Anetly Global’s Compensation Plan
Anetly Global affiliates invest USD cryptocurrency equivalents. This is done on the promise of an advertised 200% ROI.
There are nine Anetly Global investment tiers:
- EP-50 – $50
- EP-100 – $100
- EP-250 – $250
- EP-500 – $500
- EP-1000 – $1000
- EP-2500 – $2500
- EP-5000 – $5000
- EP-10000 – $10,000
- EP25000 – $25,000
Anetly Global pays its 200% ROI Monday through Friday at 1% a day.
Note that Anetly Global charges a 5% fee on all withdrawal requests. Anetly Global also appears to withhold 25% of all withdrawal payments to a “Trading Wallet”.
The MLM side of Anetly Global pays on recruitment of affiliate investors.
Anetly Global Affiliate Ranks
There are eight affiliate ranks within Anetly Global’s compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:
- Bronze – generate $5000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Silver – generate $20,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Gold – generate $75,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Ruby – generate $250,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Emerald – generate $700,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Diamond – generate $2,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Blue Diamond – generate $4,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
- Black Diamond – generate $8,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of your binary team
Anetly Global affiliates pays referral commissions via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Anetly Global pays referral commissions on invested cryptocurrency down four unilevel team levels:
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 8%
- level 2 – 1%
- levels 3 and 4 – 0.5%
Anetly Global pays residual commissions via a binary compensation structure.
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides (left and right):
The first level of the binary team houses two positions. The second level of the binary team is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Subsequent levels of the binary team are generated as required, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the binary team are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of affiliates. Note there is no limit to how deep a binary team can grow.
At the end of each week Anetly Global tallies up new investment volume on both sides of the binary team.
Residual commissions are paid as 10% of investment volume on the weaker binary team side.
Once paid out on, investment volume is matched against the stronger binary team side and flushed.
Any leftover volume on the stronger binary team side carries over.
Note that weekly residual commissions are capped at the highest tier an affiliate has invested at.
Anetly Global takes 2% of company wide investment volume and distributes it among qualified affiliates.
To qualify for the Global Bonus, an Anetly Global affiliate must either:
- invest at the EP-25000 tier ($25,000) or
- invest at the EP-5000 tier ($5000) or higher, and generate $15,000 in downline investment volume
The Trading Bonus is paid monthly as 12% of an affiliate’s Trading Wallet (25% of withheld withdrawal requests).
The Trading Bonus is paid out on the Trading Wallet balance for ten months.
There doesn’t appear to be any requirements to earn the the Trading Bonus, other than to have an active Trading Wallet balance.
The Reverse Bonus is paid on the Trading Wallet bonus of upline affiliates.
That is to say the Reverse Bonus is paid downline three levels (typically commissions and bonuses are paid upline).
- reverse level 1 (affiliates you recruit) receive a 2% Reverse Bonus
- level 2 – 2%
- level 3 – 1%
As stated, the Reverse Bonus is paid as a percentage of the Trading Wallet Bonus of upline affiliates.
To qualify for the Reverse Bonus, Anetly Global affiliates must invest $1000 or more and recruit three others who do the same – all within 14 days of signing up.
Rank Achievement Bonus
Anetly Global rewards affiliates for qualifying at Bronze and higher with the following one-time Rank Achievement Bonuses:
- qualify at Bronze and receive $50
- qualify at Silver and receive an Apple Watch
- qualify at Gold and receive a “Dubai Tour”
- qualify at Ruby and receive a MacBook Air
- qualify at Emerald and receive a Rolex watch
- qualify at Diamond and receive a BMW 3-Series
- qualify at Blue Diamond and receive a Mercedes Benz E-Class
- qualify at Black Diamond and receive a Lamborghini Huracan
Joining Anetly Global
Anetly Global affiliate membership is tied to a $50 to $25,000 initial investment in cryptocurrency.
Anetly Global solicits investment in tron, ethereum, tether and bitcoin.
Anetly Global Conclusion
Solmax Global had eight investment tiers, spanning £100 to £25,000 GBP.
Anetly Global has eight investment tiers, spanning $50 to $25,000 in cryptocurrency.
Both are Ponzi schemes.
Whereas Solmax Global was built around Ponzi shitcoins (Igniter 100, Equity Tokens and now some bullshit SMG token), Anetly Global opts for a simpler “education package” Ponzi model:
The most infamous education package MLM Ponzi is OneCoin.
In an attempt to appear legitimate, Anetly Global claims it generates ROI revenue via forex and crypto trading, as well as NFTs.
Forex and crypto trading are cliche go-to Ponzi ruses. NFTs are a crypto buzzword, albeit now long in the tooth.
Sort of like “metaverse”, which of course also features in Anetly Global’s marketing:
Even if you buy into the marketing, like Solmax Global, Anetly Global’s passive investment opportunity constitutes a securities offering.
In the UK, this requires Anetly Global to be registered with the FCA. A search of the FCA’s register reveals Anetly Global is not registered.
This means that, at a minimum, Anetly Global is committing securities fraud and operating illegally.
MLM companies committing securities fraud lends itself to operation of a Ponzi scheme.
We can confirm this by way of new investment being the only verifiable source of revenue entering Anetly Global. Also there’s Solmax Global being a Ponzi scheme, which Anetly Global is clearly modelled on.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dries up so too will new investment.
This will starve Anetly Global of ROI revenue, eventually prompting a collapse.
The math behind Ponzi schemes guarantees that when they collapse, the majority of participants lose money.
I found this site with my name associated with MLM ponzis and would like to correct some facts
1. I WAS nothing more than an employee of both Solnax and Anetly.
2. I am also a victim of Solmax – I am owed thousands in salary by Abdul Rehman Sandhu who has disappeared.
3. Anetly global – I no longer work for them and have never received a penny in salary – which is why I no longer work with them!
4. I am not owner of either company do not own shares in either company and have never received any bonuses or dividends
5. Anetly global is registered in Dubai, it is not a UK company.
6. I think it’s disgusting what Solmax have done to investors.
7. I cannot comment on Anetly global as a ponzi – I haven’t seen any evidence of it. But, I did not receive any payment from them (they offered me a commission based role) and other than making proposals to build them an e-learning academy, I have never been involved in any activities other than 3 zoom calls.
8. Asim Mirza was also an employee of Solmax and as I understand things, he also was unpaid in the final few months meaning he is also a victim.
My finances and affairs are completely open and transparent and any investigation will confirm this.
The former CEO of Solmax (Serge Meulenbelt) is also a victim of Abdul Sandhu and can confirm my version of events. As can EVERY SINGLE forner employee!
9. My complaint against Abdul Sandhu is registered with an official UK government organization.
I sincerely hope all victims of Solmax/Sandhu get compensation and justice.
The evidence speaks for itself. Coming on here after Anetly Global flopped to pretend you weren’t in on the scam just makes you look worse.
Anetly Global was a Ponzi scheme. You are a scammer. Abdul Sandhu and anyone else involved is a scammer. There is nothing to correct.
B-b-but I was just an employee (of a Ponzi scheme)!” —> GTFO.
That’s fine you can believe what you want. I’m happy to have any authority anywhere in the world to look into my professional background and finances. And they will find nothing.
I sincerely hope you get and anyone else who lost money gets justice.
I don’t need to believe anything, the evidence is laid out in the article.
I can’t speak to your background beyond ties to Russia and the Anetly Global Ponzi scheme.
For any regulator worth their salt, that’s not “nothing”.
Here is the company that recruited me in July 2021:
Tim Lane (the director) will confirm I was recruited as Director of Education and that I left the company within six months due to unpaid salary.
All employees cases are ongoing through the UK court systems (in trying to recover our salaries) and I will post the results here once settled.
You can find all information on every director and shareholder on here connected to Solmax. I have never been a shareholder, director or owner in any capacity.
You can do the same with Anetly global in Dubai. They must have a companies house equivalent. The only shareholder I am aware of is Nadeem Bukhari.
Anetly will confirm I am not employed by the company and have not received 1 euro in any capacity! I ‘worked’ for them (in an unpaid capacity for 3 months) did not receive any compensation and left because of this.
You can contact any police force in the world, any regulator, any authority you like and this will prove conclusively I was nothing more than an employee who has been scammed.
Once we have established all of the above to be true, I will have no alternative but to sue you personally Oz and your company. And I will.
Your accusations are unfounded, slanderous and offensive.
Acting as a patsy CEO for organised crime is actually less embarrassing than the Jeremy Corbyn cosplay in the 2016 picture.
I don’t give a crap whether you were paid or not. Solmax Global and Anetly Global are Ponzi schemes.
You worked for them (as CEO of Anetly Global no less), which is accurately reported on here.
That Anetly Global has collapsed and you’re now in damage control is irrelevant to the accuracy of this review.
“I didn’t get to scam anyone!” isn’t justification for participation in financial fraud. Nor does it change your involvement, paid or unpaid, in two Ponzi schemes.
Any competent lawyer will advise you that suing someone for reporting factually correct information (with documented evidence no less), isn’t going to hold up. Butthurt isn’t a cause of action.