Author: mlmdetective

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iCash Review: iCenter collapses, launches adcredit Ponzi scheme

iCenter is an entirely unremarkable Telegram bot based Ponzi scheme.iCenter affiliates invested cryptocurrency on the promise of daily ROIs, which iCenter was able to pay as long as gullible investors pumped new money into the system.
According to reports from affiliates, iCenter pulled the plug on its Ponzi bots about a week ago.

Not surprisingly, around the same time iCenter debuted iCash.
Read on for a full review of the iCash MLM opportunity.
iCash Products
iCash has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market iCash affiliate membership itself.
The iCash Compensation Plan
iCash affiliates invest in “ad packs” on the promise of a 120%…

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iRaisers Review: $16 four-tier matrix cycler Ponzi

iRaisers provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.The iRaisers website domain (“iraisers.com”) was privately registered on January 9th, 2016. A corporate residential address in the US state of Georgia is provided by iRaisers but assumed to be bogus.
Despite the age of the domain, Alexa only registered measurable traffic to the iRaisers website from March 2018.
Currently Ghana (26%) and the US (24%) are the primary sources of traffic to the iRaisers website.
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…

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Serving Planet Review: MMM Global “give help, get help” clone

Although there’s no mention of who owns or runs Serving Planet on their website, a marketing presentation names Draymond Guerra as CEO of the company.Draymond Guerra (right) is based out of Florida in the US, which is presumably where Serving Planet is being operated from.
Prior to launching Serving Planet Guerra appears to have promoted the NetQube pyramid scheme and Trident Crypto Fund Ponzi scheme.
Read on for a full review of the Serving Planet MLM opportunity.
Serving Planet Products
Serving Planet has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Serving Planet affiliate membership itself.
The Serving Planet Compensation Plan
Serving Planet affiliates invest…

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KashhCoin founder Asif Malkani arrested after a year on the run

Following the collapse of KashhCoin in late 2017, founder Asif Ashraf Malkani withdrew what he’d stolen and went into hiding.Complaints from KashhCoin investors after the collapse prompted an investigation by Indian authorities.
That investigation lead to the arrest of one of Malkani’s accomplices.
Malkani however remained at large, until his recent arrest in New Delhi.
Following stints in Goa, Chennai, Kolkata, Kanpur and Pune, last month Malkani (right) fled to Uttar Pradesh.
Not satisfied with scamming people through just one cryptocurrency, Malkani was gearing up to launch a new MLM shitcoin.
Malkani’s new scam was going to be called V-Tube, some sort of video streaming service tied…

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Richard Maike trying to delay Infinity2Global trial, DOJ allege

Richard Maike and Richard Anzalone have filed motions to continue the Infinity2Global criminal trial.The trial is currently scheduled for January 7th, 2019.
The DOJ has opposed the motion and argues that the defendants are trying to delay trial.
Maike and Anazlone’s respective motions are based on Anzalone’s change of attorney. Anzalone’s new counsel filed a motion of appearance on August 31st.
Despite the trial still being three months away, Anzalone’s attorney is requesting a continuance ‘to allow sufficient time for trial preparation‘.
Co-defendant Jason Syn has also recently changed attorneys, resulting in what the DOJ expects will be another motion to continue filing.
Whilst simultaneously asserting…

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Infinity2Global public webinar evidence not an illegal wiretap

Back in early August, Richard Maike filed a motion arguing the DOJ’s use of public webinars constituted an illegal wiretap.The court has rejected Maike’s arguments and dismissed the motion.
In his motion, Maike cited a violation of Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act.
In a nutshell, the DOJ required judicial approval to wiretap someone.
What Maike didn’t explain however, was how subpoenaing the webinar host for recordings after the fact fit the definition of a wiretap.
To quote what I wrote in our initial article covering Maike’s wiretap motion;
By definition, a wiretap is a live interception of a communication (electronic…

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How Deceptive Marketing Increases Sales

Okay, I’m not going to pass judgement – good or bad, on what I’m about to reveal. Some would say this is 100% ethical, and I won’t argue. Others will say something that involves...

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BitClub Network freeze daily ROI payouts, blame GPU mining

BitClub Network is the latest cryptocurrency MLM to announce it is suspending its daily ROI payouts.The news comes hot on the heels of Kuvera Global also suspending their daily ROI payouts earlier today.
Whereas Kuvera Global blamed ethereum for their running out of money, BitClub Network’s announcement cites a “steady decline in GPU mining profitability”.
As of October 1st ALL GPU machines have been powered off and we are freezing all mining payments moving forwards.
Right now based on current market conditions the profit is negative and it looks to continue to go even more negative in the short term on just about all of…

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WebTalk Review: YourNight social network resurrected

WebTalk provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business.WebTalks’ Terms of Use provide a PO Box address for their “support team” in the US state of Florida.
The WebTalk website domain (“webtalk.co”) was first registered in 2010. The domain registration was last updated on July 20th, 2018.
Robert Garbowicz of First Round Capital is listed as the owner, through the same Florida PO Box address.
Garbowicz is the founder of YourNight, a social network MLM launched in 2010.

Despite projecting it would have 50 million users within a year and a half, YourNight collapsed in less than twelve months.
Read on…