Sky World Community returns to crypto with Cryptadium

Following its NEEW exit-scam, Sky World Community is again looking to integrate cryptocurrency into its Ponzi scheme. [Continue reading…]

Zpmxcfe Review: “Click a button” Ponzi with worst name yet

A visit to Zpmxcfe’s website from anything but a mobile device presents this:

If we look at the source-code for that page, we can see it is localized to Chinese:

Zpmxcfe’s website domain (“”), was registered with bogus details through a Chinese registrar.

This strongly suggests whoever is running Zpmxcfe has ties to China.

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…]

Mined securities fraud warning from Uruguay

Mined has received a securities fraud warning from the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU).

BCU is Uruguay’s top financial regulator. [Continue reading…]

CoinsXtra Review: 2% an hour “super global traders” Ponzi

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

Coinsxtra’s website domain (“”), was first registered in 2020. The private registration was last updated on May 17th, 2022.

In an attempt to appear legitimate, CoinsXtra provides a UK incorporation certificate for “”.

A search of Companies House reveals no such incorporation exists.

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…]

The Future Trade V2 Review: Ponzi rebooted with new actors

The Future Trade was a Ponzi scheme launched in 2020.

BehindMLM was so impressed with its marketing video production quality, that we awarded The Future Trade “best scam marketing vid” of the year.

Unfortunately The Future Trade deleted its award winning video on or around September 2021.

Whereas the actor playing Meril Rid put in an entertaining Boris CEO performance of a lifetime, The Future Trade replaced its previous actor videos with a bog-standard rented office video in September 2021:

“Oliver Campbell” is The Future Trade’s new Boris CEO. He’s supported by a cast of usual suspects with eastern European accents.

As noted in our original The Future Trade review, “our team” photos uploaded to The Future Trade’s website featured a close-up of one of the name-tags used in its new marketing video.

The brand of the lanyard is “Brauberg”, a Russian office supplies store:

Boris CEO Ponzi schemes are typically the work of Russian scammers.

I don’t have an exact date the reboot launched but I believe it happened sometime in Q2 2021. Around the time their new Boris CEO video went up.

In any event, today we’re reviewing The Future Reboot in its current reboot state.

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

Eddy Alexandre consents to EminiFX preliminary injunction

The CFTC has secured a preliminary injunction agreement with EminiFX owner Eddy Alexandre.

The proposed injunction, which awaits approval from the court, was filed on June 14th. [Continue reading…]

19 Decentra Ponzi promoters arrested in Philippines

Nineteen Decentra promoters have been arrested in the Philippines.

The arrests preceded a securities fraud warning issued against the Ponzi scheme on June 13th. [Continue reading…]

The Prosperity Grid pyramid scheme warning from South Africa

The Prosperity Grid has received a pyramid scheme fraud warning from South Africa’s Financial Sector Conduct Authority.

The Prosperity Grid investigation was prompted by “several complaints received from the public”. [Continue reading…]

Emile Simb fled Cameroon on a CAR diplomatic passport

Emile Parfait Simb appears to have escaped Cameroon on a Central African Republic diplomatic passport.

This is odd because Simb isn’t a diplomat. [Continue reading…]

Frank Schneider admits to OneCoin money laundering?

Frank Schneider is believed to have been indicted in the US on, among other things, money laundering charges.

Currently awaiting a decision on his extradition to the US, Schneider also just admitted to money laundering for OneCoin. [Continue reading…]