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MyMoneyIndustry Review: Five-tier 3×2 matrix cycler

MyMoneyIndustry provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. MyMoneyIndustry’s website domain (“mymoneyindustry.com”) was privately registered on January 9th, 2020. Only the town Blackpool and Country Great Britain are visible in the registration. These might be bogus details however, as the MyMoneyIndustry’s domain was registered through a Malaysian registrar. A [Continue reading…]


EXnGlory Review: Daily returns ASIC investment fraud

EXnGlory claims it’s ‘an Australian trading company that has been present on market since 2015‘. I ran ABN and ACN searches for “EXnGlory” and “Ex&Glory”. Nothing came up for an ABN but ExnGlory PTY LTD was registered with ASIC on September 9th, 2019. EXnGlory’s official YouTube channel was created on September 13th, 2019 – which [Continue reading…]


Tradera Review: Forex education and trading signals

Tradera provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website. Tradera’s website domain (“tradera.org”) was registered with incomplete details on August 22nd, 2019. A PO Box address in Texas is provided on Tradera’s website, however for obvious reasons this is meaningless. If you’re wondering about the “.org” domain, it’s because Tradera [Continue reading…]


OneAdPack Review: 130% ROI adpack Ponzi scheme

OneAdPack provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. OneAdPack’s website domain (“oneadpack.com”) was privately registered on November 22nd, 2019. At the time of publication Alexa cites Venezuela (10%), India (9%) and the US (6%) as top sources of traffic to OneAdPack’s website. As always, if an MLM company is not [Continue reading…]


KryptoGlobe Review: 4ArtCoin Ponzi points

KryptoGlobe operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company provides bogus executive information on its website, so who actually runs the company is unknown. There is a corporate address in Germany provided on KryptoGlobe’s website. Given the bogus executive information provided however, it’s doubtful the address is actually used by KryptoGlobe. KryptoGlobe’s website domain (“kryptoglobe.com”) [Continue reading…]


Clube365 Review: Bitcoin investment fraud

Clube365 provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website. Clube365’s website domain (“clube365.com”) was privately registered on December 4th, 2019. I came across Clube365 doing background research on a recent story on Sann Rodrigues. News had broke of Rodrigues fleeing Brazil with the help of Federal Police. And sure enough, [Continue reading…]


eComelize Review: Former OneCoin dev goes rogue

eComelize operates in the ecommerce MLM niche. The company provides corporate addresses in Delaware and Spain on its website. The US address is residential and used by at least one other business. The Spanish address is a “business center” in Malaga. I can confirm eComelize has no physical business operations in the US. Heading up [Continue reading…]


Traffic Shout Review: Crypto faucet pyramid scheme reboot

Traffic Shout provides no information on its website about who owns or runs teh business. Traffic Shout’s website domain (“trafficshout.com”) was privately registered registered in April 2019. A PO Box address in Seychelles is provided on Traffic Shout’s website, which is meaningless for obvious reasons. At the time of publication Alexa estimate Bangladesh is the [Continue reading…]


CoinOption Review: 200% ROI in 48 hrs Ponzi scheme

CoinOption provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. CoinOption’s website domain (“coinoption.net”) was privately registered on June 23rd, 2019. In an attempt to appear legitimate, CoinOption provides UK incorporation details on their website. The standard for UK incorporation is already virtually non-existent. Nevertheless, CoinOption provides a bogus “111222333” incorporation [Continue reading…]


TechVision Review: Euro sec fraud investment scheme

TechVision’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. Despite claiming it was formed in 2016, TechVision’s website domain registration was last updated in July 2019. This is likely when the current owner took possession of the domain, as Alexa started tracking traffic a few months later in September. Supporting this is [Continue reading…]