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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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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.
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Orientum Review: ORT and ORTP Ponzi points OneCoin clone

Orientum operate in the cryptocurrency MLM niche. The company is based out Thailand and headed up by Chairperson Natchaphan Sonsirinun.Prior to launching Orientum, Sonsirinun was a prominent promoter of the OneCoin Ponzi scheme.
Various OneCoin marketing videos on YouTube feature Sonsirinum working directly with several of the scam’s top earners:

OneCoin unofficially collapsed in early 2017. The company continues to limp along however affiliates have been unable to withdraw represented ROIs for 22 months and counting.
OneCoin affiliates such as Sonsirinum (right) primarily generated large income via through referral commissions (convincing others to invest).
Whether Sonsirinum has MLM experience prior to scamming people through OneCoin is unclear.
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Changing the Future Outcome Review: CTFO rebrands as CBD opp

Changing the Future Outcome began as Chew the Fat Off.Initially a weight loss niche MLM company, Chew the Fat Off was perhaps better known as “CTFO”.
Changing the Future Outcome appears to be an awkward attempt to shoehorn a new company name into established acronym branding.
Website statistics (Alexa) suggest the Changing the Future Outcome name-change occurred earlier this year in or around January.
Management wise nothing has changed. Changing the Future Outcome is headed up by Founder Stuart Finger. His brother Steve Finger serves as CEO.
Read on for a full review of the Changing the Future Outcome MLM opportunity.
Changing the Future Outcome Products
Changing…

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Artius Club Review: Pointless app games and ad link spam

Artius Club provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.The Artius Club website domain (“artiusclub.com”) was first registered in 2014. The domain registration details were last updated in September 2016.
Unfortunately the Artius Club website domain registration is private and provides no information about ownership.
On their website, Artius Club claims to be a “private enterprise … located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic”.
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.
Artius Club products
Artius Club itself has no retailable products…

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Axxa Global Review: Cumin seed drink with pay to play autoship

Axxa Global appears to be headquartered in Singapore and operates in the health and wellness MLM niche.Heading up Axxa Global is CEO Danny K. Pang.
According to Pang’s Axxa Global corporate bio, he has “more than 26 years of experience” in the MLM industry.
Danny’s network marketing career started in the United States of America twenty four years ago where it developed into a global network spanning across 22 countries with more than 100,000 distributors.
I wasn’t able to establish Pang’s MLM roots, however prior to Axxa Global he is commonly cited as a co-founder of Rain International (circa 2010).
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Crypto 300 Club Review: AdClick Xpress Ponzi reboot

Crypto 300 Club provides no information about who owns or runs the company on their website.The Crypto 300 Club website domain (“crypto300club.com”) was privately registered on July 15th, 2018.
On their website, Crypto 300 Club claims to be “a licensed clone of Ad Click Xpress.”
AdClick Xpress is a $10 adpack Ponzi scheme, purportedly run by Frederick Mann of JSS Tripler, Profit Clicking, JustBeenPaid Ponzi fame.
Alexa traffic estimates for the AdClick Xpress website show a steady decline through 2018, which for a Ponzi scheme translates into a collapse.
Crypto 300 Club appears to have been launched in a desperate bid to keep AdClick Xpress afloat for however…