Club4You fails to provide ownership or executive on its website.

Club4You’s website domain (“”), was first registered in 2018. The private registration was last updated on September 5th, 2023.

Of note is Club4You’s website defaulting to German, Club4You’s website source-code containing German and the company operating in euros.

As of February 2024, SimilarWeb also tracked the majority of Club4You’s website traffic originating from Germany (54%).

Putting all of this together, at the very least whoever is running Club4You appears to natively speak German. They also likely have ties to Germany or a German-speaking country.

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.

Club4You’s Products

Club4You has no retailable products or services.

Affiliates are only able to market Club4You affiliate membership itself.

Club4You’s Compensation Plan

Club4You affiliates make 30 EUR gifting payments each month.

These payments qualify them to receive gifting payments down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):

Joining Club4You

Club4You affiliate membership is tied to a 30 EUR monthly gifting payment.

Gifting payments within Club4You are made via bank transfer or cryptocurrency equivalents.

Club4You Conclusion

Club4You is a classic MLM gifting scheme masquerading as  a “private donation network”.

The difference between a legitimate donation platform and an illegal gifting scheme, is that in an illegal gifting scheme payments qualify you to receive payments from other participants.

Whoever is running Club4You of course knows this. And to that end tClub4You offers up the following nonsense:

13. Is comparable to an illegal pyramid scheme?

NO !!

Club4You’s justification for not being a pyramid scheme is misrepresentation of a Ponzi scheme.

Illegal Snowball or Pyramid System:

An illegal snowball or pyramid scheme is a system whereby a person or company gives third parties the opportunity to invest money in various models and strategies. For this the participant gets a return or a favor.

Note that “illegal snowball” is a German term for pyramid schemes.

The fraud arises, if not as promised, the return or benefit from the presented possibility of how the money is to be earned, is paid, but from the funds of new participants.

Whether Club4You allows investing or not is irrelevant to it being an illegal gifting scheme.

Payments flow from newly recruited Club4You affiliates to existing affiliates, with never-ending recruitment required for all participants to be paid (note this is mathematically impossible).

One could argue, in addition to the fraudulent business model, Club4You misrepresenting its business model is fraud in and of itself.

As with all MLM gifting schemes, once affiliate recruitment dries up those at the bottom of Club4You’s gifting pyramid eventually stop paying their monthly gifting payment.

This sees those above them stop getting paid, eventually resulting in they too stopping monthly payments.

Once enough Club4You affiliates cease payment, an irreversible collapse is triggered.

Math guarantees the majority of participants in MLM gifting schemes lose money.