MetaForce Review: Lado Okhotnikov’s 6th Forsage Ponzi
MetaForce is the sixth Forsage Ponzi scheme from serial scammer Lado Okhotnikov.
Okhotnikov’s last scam was Forsage BUSD, a crypto smart-contract Ponzi that didn’t go anywhere.
Forsage BUSD emerged in early 2021. Investors in third-world countries were pretty much all that was left at this point, and Forsage BUSD never really gained any traction.
In early February 2022 Okhotnikov (right) announced Forsage Force, which would eventually launch a week or so ago as MetaForce.
MetaForce’s website domain (“meta-force.space”), was first registered on January 11th, 2022. The private registration was last updated on June 25th.
Lado Okhotnikov is believed to be a Russian citizen. His current whereabouts are unknown but MetaForce’s official FaceBook page is managed from Russia, Ukraine and Georgia.
SimilarWeb currently ranks top sources of traffic to Meta Force’s website as Russia (27%), the US (23%), Kazakhstan (17%) and Belarus (7%).
Read on for a full review of MetaForce’s MLM opportunity.
MetaForce has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market Meta Force affiliate membership itself.
MetaForce’s Compensation Plan
MetaForce affiliates invest 5 BUSD into a twelve-tier matrix cycler.
Two matrix sizes are used in MetaForce’s cycler; 3×1 and 2×2.
A 3×1 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix with three positions below them to fill.
A 2×2 matrix again places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, this time with two positions below them to fill.
A 2×2 matrix has a second level, created by splitting the first two levels off into two additional positions each. This results in a total of six positions to fill.
Commissions in a cycler are paid by filling up matrices. Matrix positions are filled via direct and in indirect recruitment.
When all positions in a matrix are filled, a “cycle” is generated.
First cycle payments across MetaForce’s twelve-tier cycler are as follows:
- Tier 1 (2×2, positions cost 10 BUSD) – 10 BUSD paid out, 20 BUSD is used to unlock Tier 2 and 10 BUSD creates a new Tier 1 position
- Tier 2 (2×2, positions cost 20 BUSD) – 20 BUSD paid out, 40 BUSD used to unlock Tier 3 and 20 BUSD creates a new Tier 2 position
- Tier 3 (3×1, positions cost 40 BUSD) – nothing paid out, 80 BUSD used to unlock Tier 4 and 40 BUSD creates a new Tier 3 position
- Tier 4 (2×2, positions cost 80 BUSD) – 80 BUSD paid out, 160 BUSD used to unlock Tier 5 and 80 BUSD creates a new Tier 4 position
- Tier 5 (2×2, positions cost 160 BUSD) – 160 BUSD paid out, 320 BUSD used to unlock Tier 6 and 160 BUSD creates a new Tier 5 position
- Tier 6 (3×1, positions cost 320 BUSD) – nothing paid out, 640 BUSD used to unlock Tier 7 and 320 BUSD creates a new Tier 6 position
- Tier 7 (2×2, positions cost 640 BUSD) – 640 BUSD paid out, 1280 BUSD used to unlock Tier 8 and 640 BUSD creates a new Tier 7 position
- Tier 8 (2×2, positions cost 1280 BUSD) – 1280 BUSD paid out, 2560 BUSD used to unlock Tier 9 and 1280 BUSD creates a new Tier 8 position
- Tier 9 (3×1, positions cost 2560 BUSD) – nothing paid out, 5120 BUSD used to unlock Tier 10 and 2560 BUSD creates a new Tier 9 position
- Tier 10 (2×2, positions cost 5120 BUSD) – 5120 BUSD paid out, 10,240 BUSD used to unlock Tier 11 and 5120 BUSD creates a new Tier 10 position
- Tier 11 (2×2, positions cost 10,240 BUSD) – 10,240 BUSD paid out, 20,480 BUSD used to unlock Tier 12 and 10,240 BUSD creates a new Tier 11 position
- Tier 12 (3×1, positions cost 20,480 BUSD) – 40,960 BUSD paid out and 20,480 BUSD creates new Tier 12 position
Subsequent cycles pay out as follows:
- Tier 1 – 30 BUSD paid out and 10 BUSD creates a new Tier 1 position
- Tier 2 – 60 BUSD paid out and 20 BUSD creates a new Tier 2 position
- Tier 3 – 80 BUSD paid out and 40 BUSD creates a new Tier 3 position
- Tier 4 – 240 BUSD paid out and 80 BUSD creates a new Tier 4 position
- Tier 5 – 480 BUSD paid out and 160 BUSD creates a new Tier 5 position
- Tier 6 – 640 BUSD paid out and 320 BUSD creates a new Tier 6 position
- Tier 7 – 1920 BUSD paid out and 640 BUSD creates a new Tier 7 position
- Tier 8 – 3840 BUSD paid out and 1280 BUSD creates a new Tier 8 position
- Tier 9 – 5120 BUSD paid out and 2560 BUSD creates a new Tier 9 position
- Tier 10 – 15,360 BUSD paid out and 5120 BUSD creates a new Tier 10 position
- Tier 11 – 30,720 BUSD paid out and 10,240 BUSD creates a new Tier 11 position
- Tier 12 – 40,960 BUSD paid out and 20,480 BUSD creates a new Tier 12 position
Note this all assumes an affiliate has the auto-upgrade feature enabled (this is done so by default).
If a MetaForce affiliate disables auto-upgrade, they pay a 25% fee, effectively only earning 75% of the “subsequent payout” commissions detailed above on each cycle.
MetaForce affiliate membership is tied to a 5 BUSD cycler position investment.
MetaForce sees Lado Okhotnikov launch yet another Forsage Ponzi, this time with a token exit-scam.
Aware that after five collapsed Ponzis even the dumbest of investors are probably sick of losing money to him, Okhotnikov is adamant MetaForce isn’t the same as Forsage:
MetaForce is just another matrix cycler Ponzi that funnels the majority of funds invested up to Okhotnikov and early investors.
One of MetaForce’s early investors is serial promoter of scams Vitaliy Dubinin.
Attached to MetaForce is updated crypto grift buzzword marketing, none of which has anything to do with the Ponzi cycler.
Instead of MetaForce just fizzling out like the five Forsage Ponzi scams before it, Okhotnikov plans to exit-scam through “Force Coin”.
Force Coin is a BEP20 shitcoin. These take five minutes to set up at little to no cost.
When the time comes, MetaForce will stop paying out in BUSD. Payments will be switched over to Force Coin, which initially MetaForce affiliates will be able to cash out.
Shortly after the switch inevitable payment delays and/or problems cashing out will happen. This will ultimately leave the majority of MetaForce affiliates bagholding yet another Ponzi shitcoin.
Watch out for shills having orgasms over accumulating Force Coin as MetaForce matrices continue to cycle over, ignoring the fact they can’t actually cash out.
As in the previous five Forsage Ponzi schemes, math guarantees the majority of MetaForce investors will lose money.
Update 5th August 2022 – The SEC has filed securities fraud charges against Vladimir “Lado” Okhotnikov. Ten additional Forsage insiders and US promoters have also been sued.
The SEC alleges Forage and its various together formed a $300 million dollar Ponzi scheme.
Update 1st September 2022 – MetaForce has collapsed.
Okhotnikov is promising a seventh Forsage reboot while he stalls for time.
Yes Forsge I really big scam I loose lots of money.
Yeah, no way is MetaForce the same as Forsage. Nope. No way. It’s a CLONE of Forsage. And you know how much fun clones are, right? Remember the Clone Wars? Yeah, good times.
MetaForce be with you!
It is Monday morning. I’m sitting down to work and the week has already been won lol!
Not what I was expecting, but what I needed
The light sabers in the background were a nice touch. An almost subliminal clue of things to come.
I’m sort of impressed by the nonchalantness of this character. He obviously knows what he’s doing yet he doesn’t feel an ounce of remorse, even more so he blatantly exposes himself as if he’s not afraid of any consequences.
For the past 15 years hyip scams of this type were usually a one off ordeal, admins pulled the rug and disappeared with the bags, repetitive scams were usually done with another identity or frontman, but this guy keeps going without a worry in sight.
Please I am an investor in metaforce. Review is full of errors.
I’m earning real money and this is not a Ponzi scheme.
You stealing money through MetaForce doesn’t make it any less of a Ponzi scheme.
Feel free to point out any errors and they can be addressed.
Only error is you joining a scam by a pervasive rugpuller.
Read a book rather.
What is it with these mental midgets claiming “It can’t be Ponzi because I’m stealing money from other investors”?
Not in so many words, mind you, but that’s what’s going on.
Awesome review, just what I was looking for.
Meanwhile in a village in eastern Europe somewhere… youtube.com/watch?v=eN3MSsPncuE
I’m not sure what to think at this point.
Okhotnikov’s got mad dancing skills, I’ll give him that.
Unfortunately it is a thing more common that we think. I have read and argue with people that have a similar idea or worse, they acknowledge it is a scam but “hey, the trick is to know when to stop…”
If you call it a scam and Ponzi, then every other Network Marketing company or MLM out there is a scam. (Ozedit: derails removed)
MetaForce is a Ponzi scheme and all Ponzi schemes are scams. I’m not “calling” MetaForce a Ponzi scheme, it is a Ponzi scheme.
If you think every MLM company out there is a Ponzi scheme, that’s a you problem.
Congrats, you’ve just worked out the secret of the majority of MLMs.
Not all mlm are ponzi (Ozedit: derails removed)
Nobody said “all MLM are Ponzi”. MetaForce definitely is though.
If your excuses for fraudulent conduct are built on a premise nobody put forth, you’ve already lost.
Yeah,some are pyramids,and some pyramidponzis. A small number are not,and nobody is becoming billionaires unless they’re on top of that “pyramid” either
The noise has gone down. I don’t think all is well with Metaforce promoters.
Metaforce is a big scam. No put your money o.