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Dacxi Review: Ed Ludbrook’s DAC Ponzi points

Dacxi provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. Dacxi’s website domain (“”) was privately registered back in mid 2017. Perusal of Dacxi’s social media profiles reveals Ed Ludbrook is founder and CEO of the company: Why this information is not provided on Dacxi’s website is unclear. Ed Ludbrook’s MLM [Continue reading…]

Mirror Trading International Review: Forex trading daily returns

Mirror Trading International operates in the forex trading MLM niche. The company is incorporated and based out of South Africa. Heading up Mirror Trading International is CEO and founder Johann Steynberg. Prior to founding Mirror Trading International, Steynberg (right) was promoting Syntek Global. Based on his Twitter account activity, at some point Steynberg took an [Continue reading…]

Exxa Review: World Blockchain Forum’s fourth wallet Ponzi

Although executive information is provided on Exxa’s website, arguably the most important ownership information isn’t. According to Exxa marketing material, SQ2 Fintech owns 25% of the company: Anthony Lau is the CEO of SQ2 Fintech. He’s also the CEO of World Blockchain Forum, which means Lau and WBF owner Sheng Zhao are tied to the [Continue reading…]

Direct Mail Pro Review: Peter Wolfing’s 2019 pyramid scheme

Direct Mail Pro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Direct Mail Pro’s website domain (“”) was first registered in 2007. The domain registration was last updated privately on August 1st, 2019. In the testimonial section of Direct Mail Pro’s website, affiliates promoting the company can be seen thanking [Continue reading…]

QuickSilver Review: ISN Coin’s second spinoff

A visit to the QuickSilver website reveals no information on who’s behind the company. Quicksilver’s website domain (“”) was registered in December 2018. Quick Silver Global LLC is listed as the owner, through a UPS store address in Florida. My own research lead me to affiliates marketing QuickSilver in conjunction with Mint Builder. Mint Builder [Continue reading…]

BTZ Powerline Review: Adcredit matrix cycler

BTZ Powerline provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. BTZ Powerline’s website domain (“”) was registered on June 27th, 2019, through a suite address in the US state of Florida. The same suite address is used by multiple businesses, suggesting it might be virtual in nature. The email address [Continue reading…]

Wellness BioSciences RX Review: CBD oil without retail focus

Wellness BioSciences RX operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche. The company does not provide a corporate address on its website. That said, Wellness BioSciences’ website domain was registered through a PO Box in Texas. Heading up Wellness BioSciences RX are co-founders Barry Cocheu and Sean M. Baker. Barry Cocheu recently featured on BehindMLM as [Continue reading…]

VRB Corporation Review: VRT Ponzi points investment fraud

VRB Corporation provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. VRB Corporation’s website domain (“”) was first registered in November 2014. The domain registration was last updated in July 2019, which appears to be around the time its current owners took possession of it. On social media, VRB Corporation’s CEO [Continue reading…]

Pwan Group Review: Real estate ruse pyramid scheme

Pwan Group came across my desk as Pwan Homes. Trouble is while while Pwan Homes talked about home ownership, there didn’t appear to be an actual MLM opportunity attach. Research lead me to Pwan Group, which seems to be the actual MLM opportunity. Although it’s likely that interest in Pwan Homes is non-existent outside of [Continue reading…]

Dreams Digger Review: Arbitrage trading bot Ponzi scheme

Dreams Digger operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche and is based out of Salvador, Brazil. Heading up Dreams Digger is CEO Leonardo Araujo. I did find evidence of a Leonardo Araujo involved in network marketing dating back to 2015, but I was unable to verify if it was Dreams Digger’s Araujo. Consequently, and possibly due [Continue reading…]