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MproLab Review: iNodes ruse MLM crypto Ponzi

MproLab fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. MproLab’s website domain (“mprolab.io”), was first registered in September 2022. The private registration was last updated on June 12th, 2023. While there are no legally required disclosures on MproLab’s website, its YouTube channel provides names we can attach to the company. Marcin Whoa, Michal [Continue reading…]


IAM Review: Asset management “click a button” app Ponzi

IAM fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. IAM’s website domain (“lam-intrust.com”), was registered with bogus details on April 11th, 2024. Despite only existing for about a month, IAM falsely represents it was founded in Colorado in 2013. In an attempt to support this fraudulent claim, IAM provides a Colorado shell company [Continue reading…]


Sabify Review: AI trading ruse MLM crypto Ponzi

Sabify fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. In fact as I write this, Sabify’s homepage is nothing more than an affiliate log in form: Sabify’s operates from the privately registered website domain “sabify.ai”. Of note is the use of Portuguese in Sabify’s website source-code: As always, if an MLM company is [Continue reading…]


PDT Quantify Review: Quantitative trading “click a button” Ponzi

PDT Quantify fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. PDT Quantify has two known website domains: pdtquantify.com – privately registered on April 23rd, 2024 pdt-partners.com – privately registered on March 25th, 2024 Despite only existing for a bit over a month, on its website PDT Quantify falsely claims it “was a pioneer [Continue reading…]


BitHarvest Review: Boris CEO crypto mining ruse Ponzi

BitHarvest fails to provide verifiable ownership or executive information on its website. Instead, BitHarvest offers up an executive team with names nobody has heard of: That’s of course because BitHarvest’s executive team doesn’t exist. BitHarvest CEO “Logan Lee” is actually Singaporean national Steve Ng. Ng is a poker player who recently competed in the Asian [Continue reading…]


Horizok Review: Quantitative trading “click a button” app Ponzi

Horizok fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. Horizok’s website domain (“horizok.com”), was privately registered on April 14th, 2024. 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.


Perfectly Posh Review v2: Andrew McBride takes over as CEO

Perfectly Posh was launched in 2011 by founder Ann Dalton. The company sold a range of personal care products. Circa early 2020 Perfectly Posh was sold off to LaCore Enterprises. This is around the time BehindMLM published its Perfectly Posh review. In June 2022 LaCore Enterprises merged Perfectly Posh with Innov8tive Nutrition. This internal merger [Continue reading…]


Meteor Review: Quantitative trading “click a button” Ponzi

Meteor fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. Meteor operates from three known website domains: meteorusdt.com – privately registered on April 10th, 2024 meteorusdt.vip – privately registered on April 28th, 2024 meteorusdt.net – privately registered on April 28th, 2024 Of note is all three of Meteor’s website domains being registered through the [Continue reading…]


Therus Network review: Infinity Global pyramid reboot

Infinity Global was a pyramid scheme launched in 2021. As an MLM company, Infinity Global’s business model was simple: purchase “bitex packages” and get paid to recruit others who do the same. When exactly Infinity Global collapsed is unclear but a visit to the company’s website domain now redirects to Therus Network. Therus Network operates [Continue reading…]


AgiGPT-QT4 Review: Quantitative trading “click a button” Ponzi

AgiGPT-QT4 fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. AgiGPT-QT4’s website domain (“agigptqt.ca”), was privately registered on April 20th, 2024. If we look at the source-code of AgiGPT-QT4’s website, we find Chinese: This suggests whoever is running AgiGPT-QT4 has ties to China. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about [Continue reading…]