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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 (“paybitclub.com”) 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…]


Passive Expert Review: Ad Pack bitcoin Ponzi scheme

Passive Expert’s website cites Lee Merritt as CEO and founder of the company. Lee Merritt is the CEO and founder of Passive Expert, from the United Kingdom. He’s spent the last few years as a successful entrepreneur in the crypto space. This is accompanied by a marketing video, uploaded to Crypto Analyzer’s YouTube channel on [Continue reading…]


Miny Review: MINY token Ponzi points scheme

Miny operates in the cryptocurrency MLM niche and claims to be based out of Hong Kong. According to Miny’s website, the company was founded by Thomas Norberg in November 2019. Thomas Norberg, who was born in Russia and completed his Master in International Business and Management in Sweden. Norberg’s vision was to create a platform [Continue reading…]


MLM Recruitment Center Review: Pyramid downline builder

MLM Recruitment Center fails to provide company ownership or management information on its website. Said website uses numerous stock photos to represent satisfied clients and office locations. MLM Recruitment Center’s official YouTube channel features videos of actors in front of green screens. The rest of the content is stolen from various third-parties. One video I [Continue reading…]


Lifocity Review: Durt and CBD oil with strong retail focus

Lifocity operates in the CBD and nutritional supplement MLM niches. The company is based out of Texas and headed up by co-founders Doug and Sheila Braun (CEO and “Chief Experience Officer” respectively). Prior to founding Lifocity in May 2019, Doug Braun was Usana’s Chief Marketing Officer. Braun held the position from 2011 to July 2018. [Continue reading…]


All In Blockchain Review: Forex trading Ponzi scheme

All In Blockchain’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. In fact as I type this, All In Blockchain’s website is nothing more an affiliate sign-in/registration form. All In Blockchain’s website domain (“allinblockchain.net”) was privately registered on March 2nd, 2020. Further research reveals the first video uploaded to All In Blockchain’s [Continue reading…]


OpenAlexa Review: Ethereum smart contract gifting scheme

OpenAlexa provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Worse still, OpenAlexa blatantly lies about having no ownership: Who is the Project Administrator? In a project like OpenAlexa there is no administrator. OpenAlexa’s website domain (“openalexa.io”) was privately registered on March 30th, 2020. At the time of publication Alexa (no [Continue reading…]


Cryptoix Review: 200% a day crypto Ponzi

Cryptoix provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company. Cryptoix’s website domain (“cryptoix.org”) was first registered in April 2019. The domain registration was last updated privately on April 4th, 2020. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and [Continue reading…]


Truvy Review: No retail customer differentiation

Truvy began as TruVision Health, a Utah based MLM company launched in 2014. Initially heading up TruVision Health were co-founders Boyd Wathen and David Brown. The two are credited as the creator of Plexus’ established “pink drink” product, Slim. The pair had a falling out with Plexus, which initiated TruVision Health’s launch. Wathen appears to [Continue reading…]


SwissGold Market Review: Gold ruse cycler Ponzi

SwissGold Market’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the company. In SwissGold Market’s Terms and Conditions, the company represents it is incorporated as a shell company in Belize. For the purpose of due-diligence and regulation, this is meaningless. SwissGold Market’s website domain (“sg.market”) was first registered in June 2018. The registration information [Continue reading…]