Taurise reboot Ponzi scheme review roundup
Taurise was a Ponzi scheme that launched in mid 2018.
Fronted by badly dubbed over actors, Taurise collapsed about a year after launch.
While Taurise’s website is long gone, recently several schemes have popped up using the same logo and site template.
Rather than review these opportunities separately, I’ve combined them below in a triple roundup.
The three companies using Taurise’s logo and site template are Hanna Capital, Trading Alley and Zapmate Mining.
- hannacapital.ltd was registered in August 2019
- tradingalley.org was registered in December 2019
- zapmatemining.com was registered on January 6th 2020
Taurise’s fictional CEO Robert Mackay is apparently running all three new companies.
Each scheme uses the crypto mining ruse to solicit investment, using identical marketing copy.
(scam name) is an excellent example of how a young company has been able to become one of the largest suppliers of the top-quality mining equipment in a short time, using its creative and innovative ideas.
Our story began when the Director General, Robert Mackay while remaining a well-off man, took a risk and invested $1000 000 in development of innovative mining technology based of natural cooling and solar batteries with high power output.
This is the same ruse used to market Taurise.
In an attempt to suss out more clones, I punched some of that spiel into Google but turned up nothing.
Moving on, returns paid out are slightly tweaked between the three companies:
- Hanna Capital and Trading Alley pay up to 4.5% a day
- Zapmate Mining ups the ante to up to 80% a day for thirty days (yes, that’s as ridiculous as it sounds)
Note that Trading Alley doesn’t provide a link to its investment plan page. You’ll have to copy the URL format from one of the other two clone sites.
Referral commissions on invested fund are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
All three schemes cap payable unilevel team levels at eight:
- 7% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
- 4% on level 2
- 2% on level 3
- 1% on level 4
- 0.5% on level 5
- 0.1% on levels 6 to 8
Bonuses are also paid out based on total downline investment volume.
These bonuses cap out at $50,000 if you and those under you manage to convince others to invest $1,000,000.
And that’s pretty much it.
Hanna Capital, Trading Alley and Zapmate Mining are clone scams of Taurise.
They have nothing to do with cryptocurrency and are likely run by scammers in eastern Europe.
As with Taurise, once new investment dries up; kaboom.