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Block Consult Review: Trading Insight reboot Ponzi?

Block Consult provides no verifiable information on their web about who owns or runs the company. On the “About Us” section of Block Consult’s website, if you scroll right to the bottom, the following executives are presented: “Sean Alexander” on the left is an actor named Evgeny Savvin. Savvin recently featured on BehindMLM as Trading [Continue reading…]


Solar Oil Project Review: 10 yr ROI smart-contract Ponzi scheme

Solar Oil Project operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company does not provide a corporate address on its website. Heading up Solar Oil Project is CEO Hitesh Juneja. One of the key driving figures behind the ‘Beyond Oil™’ initiative, Mr. Juneja brings an invaluably diverse set of skills and experience to the project. Juneja [Continue reading…]


UR Worth It Review: Another LaCore Enterprises supp opp

UR Worth It operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. The company provides no executive or ownership information on its website. Ur Worth It’s website domain was first registered in 2012. The registration was last updated, with incomplete details, on January 13th, 2021. Presumably this is when the current owner(s) took possession of the domain. [Continue reading…]


MoneyTime Review: “Profit sharing” digi library Ponzi scheme

MoneyTime provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. MoneyTime’s website domain (“moneytime.io”) was first registered in August 2020. The private registration was last updated on May 10th, 2021. I suspect whoever is running MoneyTime is operating from India. This is based on most of MoneyTime’s marketing being done by [Continue reading…]


eOracle Review: Espian Global reboot with new Ponzi token

Following months of misappropriating ESPN branding to shill their Ponzi scheme, Espian Global has collapsed. Now the anonymous scammers behind Espian Global have rebooted as eOracle. BehindMLM reviewed Espian Global back in March. The Ponzi scheme had a short run, lasting less than half a year. Now if you attempt to visit Espian Global’s website, [Continue reading…]


EmpiresX Review: 1% a day BTC & ETH Ponzi scheme

EmpiresX provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. EmpiresX’s website domain (“empiresx.com”) was privately registered on December 1st, 2019. Despite being set to English, certain elements on EmpiresX’s website still show up in Portuguese: This suggests whoever is running EmpiresX is fluent in Portuguese. Further research reveals EmpiresX marketing [Continue reading…]


Omega Digital Review: 45% a month AutoBTC reboot Ponzi

Omega Digital provides no information about who owns or runs the company on its website. Omega Digital’s website domain (“omega-digital.io”) was privately registered on April 12th, 2021. Despite being in prelaunch, in a marketing video Omega Digital falsely claims it has been around for five years and have paid out hundreds of millions of dollars [Continue reading…]


Nexyiu Review: 36 month ROI gift cards Ponzi scheme

Nexyiu provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. Nexyiu represents it is incorporated in Italy as “Nexyiu Italia Srl”. An address in Verona, Italy is also provided. Nexyiu appears to have launched in mid to late 2018. The company’s website domain (“nexyiu.com”) was registered on June 18th, 2018. Raffaele [Continue reading…]


Bomb Party Review: Bath bomb jewelry surprises

Bomb Party launched as Ring Bomb Party back in 2016. Circa late 2020, the company shortened its name to Bomb Party. Bomb Party is based out of Alabama and operates in the jewelry MLM niche. Heading up Bomb Party are co-founders Lillian and Bella Coleman. As per Lillian Coleman’s Bomb Party corporate bio; I … [Continue reading…]


PBX Trading Review: Premium Business rebrands after ban

Premium Business was on my review list and recently came up. I’d noted a Philippine SEC securities fraud notice issued against Premium Business on May 18th. Between May 18th and Premium Business coming up for review last week, the company had pulled its website. I reached out to the reader who requested the review to [Continue reading…]