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Vivri Review: Pay to play affiliate autoship recruitment

Vivri is based out of Texas. The company operates in the nutritional supplement and personal care MLM niches. Heading up Vivri is founder and CEO Daniel Chavez Saul. According to Saul’s Vivri corporate bio, he worked previously as an investment banker in New York for Goldman Sachs and as a strategy consultant for McKinsey & [Continue reading…]

EtherChain Review: ETH smart contract Ponzi scheme

EtherChain provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. EtherChain’s website domain (“”) was registered on June 1st, 2020. Ether Chain is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in Skane, Sweden. Further research reveals EtherChain affiliates citing Andreas Kartrud as CEO and founder of the company: I was [Continue reading…]

Super 6 Group Review: Crypto pyramid Ponzi funnel

Super 6 Group has a bit of a branding problem. The company goes by Super 6 Group but names its current MLM opportunities Speedway 7 and Speedway 16 respectively: Another company name, Speedway Group, fits in somewhere. To keep things simple this review refers to all of the above companies as Super 6 Group. Super [Continue reading…]

Active Coin Trade Review: 15% a day trading Ponzi scheme

Active Coin Trade provides no reliable information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Provided executive profiles consist of fake names and stolen photos: Active Coin Trade’s website domain (“”) was privately registered on November 14th, 2019. Despite only recently launching, Active Coin Trade falsely claims it was “founded in 2013 in [Continue reading…]

Pink Zebra Review: Sprinkle fragrances

Pink Zebra launched in 2011. The company is based out of Texas and operates in the fragrances MLM niche. Heading up Pink Zebra are co-founders Tom and Kelly Gaines. As per a 2016 Direct Selling News interview; Back in 1997, well before launching Pink Zebra, the Gaineses had tested the Sprinkles product through Bath & [Continue reading…]

Forrise Review: “Consolidated financial flows” Ponzi

Forrise provides highly sketchy information on its website. Forrise’s website domain (“”) was registered in July 2019. The company began promoting itself on social media last December. Despite only existing for around half a year, Forrise claims the company dates back to 2009 when its Director General Adam Schultz started his career studying finances in [Continue reading…]

Emris International Review: Weight loss tea & CBD oil

Emris International launched in 2019 and operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. Heading up Emris International are co-founders Aspen Emry (CEO), Ilean Harris (CSO) and Matthew Harris (CVO). “Emris International” is an amalgamation of the co-founders’ surnames. Prior to founding Emris, Aspen Emry was promoting It Works. Up until about a year ago Ilean [Continue reading…]

Finalmente Global Review: Bitcoin “lending” Ponzi scheme

Finalmente Global provides no information about who owns or runs the company on its website. Finalmente Global’s website domain (“”) was first registered in August 2019. The registration is currently private and was last updated on May 30th, 2020. Further research reveals videos on Finalmente Global’s official YouTube channel, citing Kobus van der Merwe as [Continue reading…]

Lifestyle Marketing Group Review: $50 a month pyramid

Lifestyle Marketing Group operates in the ecommerce niche. The company provides a corporate address in California on its website. Further research reveals a number of businesses operating out of the same address, suggesting it is virtual in nature. Heading up Lifestyle Marketing Group is CEO Shain Hymon. On Facebook Shain Hymon (right) goes by “Hymon [Continue reading…]

Paybit Club Review: Failed crypto ecom platform pyramid

Paybit Club provides no information about who owns or runs the company on its website. Paybit Club’s website domain (“”) was registered on February 4th, 2020. Paybit Marketing is listed as the owner through an Arizona suite address. The same address is provided on Paybit Club’s website. Multiple businesses appear to use the same address, [Continue reading…]