BBC Global Review: BBC token 200% ROI Ponzi scheme
BBC Global provides no company ownership or executive information on its website.
At time of publication a visit to BBC Global’s website reveals it’s “by invitation only”. The website itself is a marketing page limited to login and registration options.
BBC Global’s website domain (“mybbcglobal.io”), was privately registered on January 23rd, 2022.
The Florida address belongs to a virtual office provider and by itself isn’t important. What’s of interest is the email address, specifically the domain.
“Vtkp.com” is registered with a Florida address. The registration was last updated in 2018 and appears to have had the same owner for some time.
As a website domain “vtkp.com” has been defunct for years. So who’s using for an email server?
We get a full name from the Florida Residents Directory:
In 2019 Armen A. Temurian tied Kevin Dalton Johnson to Travelada. Travelada was a travel themed pyramid scheme with an attached TACP package investment opportunity.
Temurian also tied Dalton to the ABC Systems Ponzi scheme in 2019.
I was able to independently verify this through Dalton’s “vtpk” email address:
Kevin Dalton Johnson is a resident of Florida. Virtual office addresses aside, it follows thus that BBC Global also operates out of Florida.
Alexa currently ranks India as the only notable source of traffic to BBC Global’s website (37%).
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.
BBC Global’s Products
BBC Global has no retailable products or services. Affiliates are only able to market BBC Global affiliate membership itself.
BBC Global’s Compensation Plan
BBC Global affiliates invest $100 to $100,000 or more in bitcoin on the promise of a 200% ROI, paid in 48 hours.
- 1 Diamond Package – $100
- 2 Diamond Package – $200
- 3 Diamond Package – $300
- 1 Star Package – $500
- 2 Star Package – $1000
- 3 Star Package – $5000
- 4 Star Package – $10,000
- 5 Star Package – $25,000
- 6 Star Package – $50,000
- 7 Star Package – $100,000
Invested bitcoin is converted in BBC token, an in house token.
BBC Global pays returns in BBC, which must then be converted back into bitcoin through the BBC Global backoffice.
After May 1st BBC Global will reduce the 200% ROI to 175%. After August 1st the ROI rate is being further dropped to 150%.
The MLM side of BBC Global pays on bitcoin invested by personally recruited affiliates.
I believe referral and residual commissions are paid in BBC token.
BBC Global affiliates earn a 25% commission on bitcoin invested by personally recruited affiliates.
BBC Global pays residual commissions via a unlevel 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.
BBC Global caps payable unilevel team levels at five.
Residual commissions are paid out as 5% of bitcoin invested across these five levels.
After August 1st BBC Global is increasing residual commissions to 5% paid out down twenty unilevel team levels.
Between now and May 1st, BBC Global is running the following recruitment incentives:
- generate $1,000,000 in downline investment and receive a $200,000 “car of your choice”
- generate $500,000 in downline investment and receive a $75,000 “car of your choice”
Joining BBC Global
BBC Global affiliate membership is tied to a $100 to $100,000 investment in bitcoin.
BBC Global Conclusion
BBC Global is a simply MLM crypto Ponzi scheme.
Johnson is resurrecting shades of Travelada, by bundling discount travel to BBC Global (this has nothing to do with the MLM opportunity).
BBC token is presented as having something to do with “start-of-the-art-technology, aerospace, bio-tech companies and more!”
This is all baloney. Kevin Dalton Johnson is an old guy living in Florida who’s been tied to Ponzi schemes for years.
You can see the short term play in the token projections above.
500% to 1000% in 90 days? Let’s analyze that claim.
Dalton initially launched BBC as Bitcoin Bets Chips on or around January 1st, 2022.
As you can see Dalton migrated from gambling to tech industry buzzwords.
Anyway, 90 days from January 1st puts us at the end of March, that’s seven days away. So by now BBC should have at least hit 500% right?
Alterdice is some random exchange BBC Global affiliates are directed to to verify transfers. It appears to be the only exchange BBC is tradeable on.
Right now BBC is sitting at 0.00002790 BTC, which is $1.18. Even if you adjust for bitcoin’s swings, that’s nowhere near $5.
Really you don’t even need to get that deep to blow up due-diligence on BBC Global.
If Johnson was able to generate 200% every 48 hours (in bitcoin or anything), do you think he’d be giving you access for $100?
Do you think he’d be giving you or anyone else access at all?
From a regulatory standpoint Johnson is based in the US. BBC Global’s passive investment opportunity clearly constitutes a securities offering, requiring registration with the SEC.
A search of the SEC’s Edgar database reveals neither BBC Global or Johnson is registered with the SEC.
This means that at a minimum BBC Global and Johnson are committing securities fraud.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dries up so too will new investment.
This will starve BBC Global of ROI revenue, eventually prompting a collapse.
Being a shit token Ponzi, BBC Global will pay withdrawal requests through Alterdice until the point of collapse.
Once withdrawals stop being paid out, BBC Global affiliates will be left bagholding yet another worthless MLM Ponzi shitcoin.
The math behind Ponzi schemes guarantees that the majority of participants lose money.