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Be Infinity Review: Christian Nickel’s securities fraud from Dubai

Be Infinity operates in the education and trading MLM niches. Be Infinity operates as a Hong Kong shell company, headed up by founder Christian Nickel, who also goes by the alias “Chriz Nickel”. Nickel, who also goes by “Chriz Nickel”, found moderate success in Eaconomy circa 2019: Eaconomy collapsed in March 2020. After which Nickel [Continue reading…]


Fine Infinity Review: 10% a month Ponzi scheme

Fine Infinity fails to provide company ownership or executive information on its website. Fine Infinity’s website domain (“fineinfinity.com”), was privately registered on May 23rd, 2022. Although it’s not linked from their website, Fine Infinity has an official YouTube channel: The one video uploaded to the channel has a title in Persian. This suggest whoever is [Continue reading…]


Greek Mythology Club Review: Passive Legends’ own Ponzi

Greek Mythology Club operates in the NFT MLM niche. The company is headed up by co-founders Brendon Parker and Zak Anstis. Parker is a resident of Washington in the US. Anstis is believed to be a resident of the UK. Both Parker and Anstis are your typical crypto bro grifters. Together they run the private [Continue reading…]


Now Lifestyle Review v2: Fitness dropped for marketing suite

BehindMLM first reviewed Now Lifestyle back in 2017. Back then it was a fitness orientated reboot of 7 Minute Workout. Today Now Lifestyle’s offering looks very different: Read on for an updated review of Now Lifestyle’s MLM opportunity.


25X Club Review: Troy Mason reboots Our Gas Club pyramid

25X CLub is owned and operated by serial scammer Troy Mason. BehindMLM last came across Mason only a few months ago with Our Gas Club. Our Gas Club was a $79.95 a month pyramid scheme. BehindMLM’s Our Gas Club review was published on April 16th, 2022. Mason abandoned the scheme and launched 25X Club on [Continue reading…]


Wipes.ac Review: Low-effort “Ponzi in a box” crypto scam

Wipes.ac fails to provide company ownership and executive information on its website. Wipes.ac’s website domain (“wipes.ac”), was privately registered on July 4th, 2022. Of note is Wipes.ac was put together by iDevLink, a group selling scam scripts and templates. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns [Continue reading…]


Liberium Crypto Review: CopyProTraders scam rebooted

Liberium Crypto fails to provide company ownership and executive information on its website. Rather, Liberium Crypto’s marketing videos are cartoons. The only point of contact provided is a Telegram channel, which is typical of MLM scams. Liberium Crypto’s website domain (“liberiumcrypto.com”), was registered in December 2021. The private registration was last updated on April 12th, [Continue reading…]


Provizion Global Review: Autoship pyramid scheme with retail?

Provizion Global operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. Provizion Global is part of LaCore Enterprises. Both companies are based out of Texas and owned by Terry LaCore. Heading up Provizion Global is CEO Rick S. Nelson (right). As per Nelson’s Provizion Global corporate bio; Rick is a direct selling enthusiast and an international business [Continue reading…]


SunSolar Review: Solar themed “click a button” app Ponzi

SunSolar fails to provide company ownership or executive information on its website. SunSolar’s website domain (“sunsolar.one”), was privately registered on April 20th, 2022. Of note is SimilarWeb tracking over 4 million SunSolar website visits in August 2022: The majority of these visits originate out of Nigeria (75%). Neighbouring Benin is the only other significant source [Continue reading…]


BLQ Football Review: Football themed “click a button” Ponzi

BLQ Football provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. BLQ Football is known to operate from two website domains; “blq99.com” and “blq66.com”. There are probably others. Both of BLQ Football’s domain were privately registered on May 20th, 2022. If we look at the source-code of either BLQ Football’s websites, [Continue reading…]