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Weeconomy Review: Flexkom rebooted with crypto investment fraud

Weeconomy began as Flexkom, a pay to play pyramid scheme masquerading as an ecommerce platform. Flexkom collapsed on or around late 2016. Today the former Flexkom website domain redirects to something called “MPM Group AG”. Flexkom is believed to have scammed upwards of 40,000 affiliate investors, most of which were in Turkey. Around the time [Continue reading…]


Eaconomy Review: Silverstar Live reboot without convicted fraudster

Eaconomy surfaced three or four weeks ago under “Global Takeover” prelaunch branding. After a cringey “we won’t tell you the company name but plz sign up anyway” period, Eaconomy was revealed about a week ago. Heading up Eaconomy is President Hassan Mahmoud. Mahmoud (right) first appeared on BehindMLM back in January, as co-owner of Silverstar [Continue reading…]


Caelus Energy Alaska Review: Fake oil gas company Ponzi scheme

Caelus Energy Alaska provides no legitimate information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Caelus Energy Alaska’s website does have an “about us” section, but it’s populated with fictional management represented by stock photos. The Caelus Energy Alaska website domain (“caeoil.com”) was first registered in 2017. The private domain registration was last [Continue reading…]


Omega Group Review: BitBonds Ponzi points scheme

Omega Group are based out of Kiev, Ukraine and operate in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. Omega Group is headed up by CEO Bartosz Nafalski. As per Nafalski’s Omega Group corporate bio, he has 25 years of experience as a managing director at Pepsi Co., Foodcare, Maspex and MK Cafe. Possibly due to language-barriers, I was [Continue reading…]


CMDX Review: CoinMD reboots with ERC-20 tokens

CMDX is a reboot of the failed CoinMD investment scheme. CMDX is owned and operated by Tom McMurrain, a former OneCoin Ponzi scammer. McMurrain launched CoinMD in mid 2017, about six months after OneCoin collapsed. CoinMD’s business model was simple enough; give real money to Tom McMurrain in exchange for worthless CoinRewards points. By March [Continue reading…]


Pyur Life Review: When desperation leads to embracing elder fraud

Pyur Life began as Pyur Global. Launched in late 2016, Pyur Global marketed nutritional supplements and an iHeart device. Get an insight of your fitness levels with regular monitoring of the key factors that are strong indicators of your overall health. Pyur Global flopped and was on life support, until founder Bob Bremner decided to [Continue reading…]


R Network Review: RevvCard not launching for another eight months?

Despite not having an attached product or service till at least Christmas 2019, Richard Smith is gearing up to launch R Network. What will R Network pay commissions on without an attached product or service? Glad you asked. Read on for a full review of the R Network MLM opportunity.


Guardian Capital AG Review: Malaysian trading Ponzi scheme

Guardian Capital AG (aka GCG Asia) provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The Guardian Capital AG website domain (“guardiancapitalag.asia”) was registered on December 22nd, 2018. Guardian Capital AG is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in Switzerland. Further research reveals Guardian Capital AG affiliates naming Darren [Continue reading…]


Digital Income System Review: $25,000 traffic rotator pyramid scheme

Digital Income System provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. As I write this, the Digital Income System website is nothing more than an affiliate login page. If you visit through a Digital Income System affiliate referral link, you’re presented with recruitment marketing. The Digital Income System website domain [Continue reading…]


BitFund4U Review: Eight-tier 0.005 BTC gifting scheme

BitFund4U provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website. The BitFund4U website domain (“bitfund4u.com”) was registered on March 20th, 2019. 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.