BBC Token Review: Mobile app token Ponzi scheme

BBC Token provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business.

BBC Token’s website domain (“”) was privately registered on July 17th, 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…]

CryptScalper Review: AI trading daily returns Ponzi scheme

CryptScalper provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.

CryptScalper’s website domain (“”) was privately registered on September 19th, 2019.

On their website CryptScalper claims to be incorporated in the UK as “CryptScalper LTD”.

UK incorporation is dirt cheap and for the most part unregulated. It is a favored jurisdiction for scammers looking to incorporate dodgy companies.

The London address CryptScalper provides on their website belongs to a charity store.

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…]

Heal Worldwide Review: Dancing on the health claims line

Heal Worldwide operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche.

The company is based out of Florida and headed up by founder Stephen Munson.

Although not credited on Heal Worldwide’s website, in one marketing video Munson also credits Lauren Barley, his mother, and Paul Munson (brother?), as founders of the company.

In Munson’s own words, here’s how Heal Worldwide came about;

In 2014 I was in was sick, broke, stressed, depressed, hopeless and homeless.

My best friend has just died from Cancer, I got evicted from my home, I struggled sleeping and body was in horrible inflamed pain.

It was a long grueling battle and my confidence, courage, and faith seemed to be challenged every day.

At this point, I was all the sudden highly allergic to regular foods like Bananas, Strawberries, Black Pepper, Garlic and Vanilla.

If I ate any of those or sugar or gluten I would erupt in swollen red spots. My gut was wrecked and it was a maze to fix.

I understand health battles and I’d love to help you have great health and life-long happiness.

3 years of living in fear and it took traveling around the world to a divine meeting when I discovered a man named Dr. Pichaet who has spent 40 years studying Plant-Based Health and Beauty specifically focuses on Immune System Support.

I had the fortune of meeting 100’s of people who used his products and heard their stories and was amazed.

It only took me 8 days to experience my own health transformation and ever since I have been on a mission to share this with everyone in the world. This changed my life forever and it can help you too.

Stephen Munson, Founder of Heal

Munson is/was also active in the marketing side of MLM in general.

In 2017 a BehindMLM reader tied Munson to a “Hemp30” marketing course, purportedly offered in conjunction with the My Club 8 CBD opportunity.

Last year Munson appeared on the MLM Nation podcast.

On the episode page, Munson is described as

a 6 figure earner in network marketing in 2 previous companies and still earns residual income from them.

He’s also been a peak performance coach and then the right hand man to the co-owner of a MLM company, David Sharpe.

Today, Stephen uses his real life story of how he overcame 16 years of addiction… over a decade of poverty… and other personal tragedies to help others achieve more in life.

To the best of my knowledge the only MLM company David Sharpe has owned is Empower Network.

Empower Network launched as a gifting scheme in 2011. After several business model reboots, the company finally collapsed in 2017.

David Sharpe cashed out in early 2014. Whether Stephen Munson was still working for him at the time is unclear.

After Empower Network Munson appears to have briefly promoted DS Domination.

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

Traffic Monsoon Receiver denied use of Canadian attorneys

Just shy of two weeks ago the Traffic Monsoon Receiver requested permission to engage Canadian attorneys.

The attorneys are required to pursue judgement against Canadian Traffic Monsoon net-winners.

On October 28th the Receiver’s motion was denied. [Continue reading…]

LuLaRoe to fire warehouse staff five days before Christmas

LuLaRoe has announced an early gift to its one hundred and sixty-seven Californian warehouse staff:

They’re all going to be fired five days before Christmas. [Continue reading…]

Ronald Aai reveals Cloud Token “no withdrawals” exit-scam

Cloud Token is gearing up to pull a bait and switch on its investors.

The “we use trading revenue to pay investors” facade is being replaced by a mandatory SIM card service – although official details have yet to be released.

Instead we have Ronald Aai appearing in a private webinar with top Cloud Token recruiters. [Continue reading…]

Cloud Token withdrawal delays (1 month+), leaders fighting

Uneasy alliances forged with the common goal of fleecing Cloud Token investors are coming to an end.

Cloud Token withdrawals have been suspended for a month or more in some instances. Company support is MIA, reports of selective withdrawal payments are emerging and affiliates are getting restless.

Cloud Token’s top “C4” recruiters are buckling under the strain. Some have now turned on the company and even each other. [Continue reading…]

WorldVentures RICO pyramid arbitration fails, case reopened

Our last update on Melody Yiru’s lawsuit against WorldVentures noted a September 2018 order compelling arbitration.

In an October 11th order, Yiru and WorldVentures filed a joint-motion requesting the case be reopened.

It appears after a year arbitration between the parties has failed. [Continue reading…]

Prosperity Income Network Review: $25,997 pyramid scheme

Prosperity Income Network’s website provides no information about who owns or runs the business.

Prosperity Income Network’s website domain (“”) was privately registered on September 11th, 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…]

DOJ files objections to Mark Scott’s motions in limine

The DOJ has hit back at Mark Scott’s motions in limine, labeling them a

transparent attempt to whitewash the trial of the defendant’s criminal conduct and curtail significantly the Government’s ability to introduce relevant evidence.

Below are the main arguments Scott’s attorney put forth that the DOJ object to. [Continue reading…]