Cardiffs found in contempt, dodge prison due to COVID-19

Jason and Eunjung Cardiff have once again been found in contempt of court.

Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the pair have been spared prison time. [Continue reading…]


iPro Network pulling exchange exit-scam amid SEC litigation

If the company’s official Twitter account is to be believed, iPro Network is in the midst of pulling another exchange exit-scam.

This is the same iPro Network that was sued by the SEC eleven months ago. [Continue reading…]


Cash FX Group withdraw delays suggest imminent collapse

Withdrawal delays suggest the Cash FX Group Ponzi scheme is on the verge of collapse.

CEO Huascar Lopez addressed Cash FX Group’s ongoing withdrawal delays in an email sent out to investors. [Continue reading…]


Tanzanian prosecutors to recover $6.9 mill in OneCoin funds

As part of an ongoing investigation, prosecutors in Tanzania have moved to recover $6.9 million in stolen OneCoin investor funds. [Continue reading…]



BitClub Network scammers denied COVID-19 release

BitClub Network scammers Matthew Goettsche and Joby Weeks have been denied temporary release from prison.

The pair had asked to be released based on “particularly harmful implications” related to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Continue reading…]


Mark Scott released from prison over medical concerns

OneCoin money launderer Mark Scott has been released from prison.

The decision was made on the basis of Scott’s current medical condition and concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. [Continue reading…]


NutriCellix Review: LaCore Ent competing against itself?

NutriCellix operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche.

The company launched earlier this year and is headed up by co-founders Bo and Roni Short.

In addition to co-founding the company, Bo Short is NutriCellix’s CEO. Roni Short works as President.

I’m not sure how long the Shorts have been married. I ran a search on Roni Short’s MLM history by came up blank.

Bo Short’s MLM history is readily available so I’ll go with that.

Bo Short (right) was an Amway (Quixtar) distributor in the late 1990s. He left the company in 2001 to launch Passport.

That company apparently didn’t do so well and the Passport folk merged into Oasis LifeSciences, which then became Univera LifeSciences.

After Univera LifeSciences Short promoted Max International up until 2008.

In 2009 Short was a “prelaunch partner” with EIRO Energy, a since defunct energy drink company.

There’s a gap of five years here, after which Short joined Jeunesse in 2014.

In 2018 Short signed on as Nerium International’s Chief Sales Officer. Which I believe brings us to 2020 and the launch of NutriCellix.

Read on for a full review of NutriCellix’s MLM opportunity. [Continue reading…]



Isagenix attorney confirms corporate Amazon sales strategy

A week or so ago Isagenix co-founder Jim Coover stated:

Isagenix has never actively promoted products on Amazon or encouraged others to do the same.

Now Isagenix’s Chief Legal Officer has confirmed a corporate-level Amazon sales strategy. [Continue reading…]


E-volve Review: DD Corporation Ponzi reboot?

E-volve provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.

E-volve’s website domain (“e-volve.io”) was privately registered on November 27th, 2019.

Marketing of E-volve online appears to be mostly from former DD Corporation affiliates.

DD Corporation began as Dreams Digger, a cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme launched mid last year.

By November 2019 DD Corp had stopped paying out.

The company acknowledged its collapse in January. Rather than acknowledge they simply ran out of new investor funds however, owner Leonardo Araujo blamed programmers.

Promotion of E-volve began around the time of DD Corp’s collapse.

E-volve marketing presents Simoni Volpi as the company’s founder and CEO.

Possibly due to language barriers, I was unable to put together an MLM history on Volpe. Whether he was involved in DD Corp is unclear.

I did find one 2016 article tying Volope, as “Simoni Volpe”, to mining operations in Africa.

The article claims, at least as of 2016, that Volope is a naturalized citizen of Nigeria.

Outside of that, Volpe doesn’t appear to have a digital footprint outside of E-volve marketing. This is highly suspicious.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. [Continue reading…]


Infinite Increasing Income Review: Coronavirus scam

Infinite Increasing Income represents it is operated by Ultimate Luxury Alliance.

Contact details for Greg Simmons in Oregon are provided on the company’s website.

No information about Simmons is provided. I tried to look up info using the name but came up blank.

I noted that stock photos are used to represent fake Infinite Increasing Income “associates”, so there’s a possibility Simmons is a pseudonym.

Infinite Increasing Income’s website domain (“infiniteincreasingincome.com”) was privately registered in June 2019.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. [Continue reading…]