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Doggy Brazil provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. Doggy Brazil’s website domain (“doggybrasil.com.br”) was registered in November 2017. Bruno Binati is listed as the owner, through an incomplete address in Brazil. Possibly due to language barriers, I was unable to find any information on Binati or his role [Continue reading...] Source: Doggy Brazil Review: Pay to play pet supplies Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
3 hours ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
As per an agreement reached between the DOJ and Bank of Ireland, several employees will no longer testify at Mark Scott’s OneCoin trial. Details of the agreement haven’t been made public. All the DOJ has revealed is that in light of the agreement, BOI employee testimony is no longer required. From a procedural standpoint this [Continue reading...] Source: BOI employees won’t have to testify at OneCoin trial Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
2 days ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
BehindMLM published its MBI International review back in mid 2016. Over the course of 200+ comments, a number of die-hard investors defended the Ponzi scheme. Following the arrest of founder Teddy Teow and MBI’s collapse, investors are only now beginning to realize their losses. According to a report from The Sun Daily, over a hundred [Continue reading...] Source: Chinese MBI International Ponzi victims protest in Malaysia Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
3 days ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
BizzTrek launched earlier this year and is operated by co-founders Rehan Gohar, Rizwan Gohar (brothers) and Gurpreet Dhaliwal. The company is based out of the UK and its business model combined pyramid recruitment with an irrelevant ecommerce platform. Here’s how it went: By late May BizzTrek was kaput. And that was that for a few [Continue reading...] Source: BizzTrade Review: BizzTrek doubles down with forex fraud Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
3 days ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
Since our coverage of Direct Cellars’ collapse yesterday, additional details have emerged. Most noticeably, there appears to be a behind the scenes struggle to retain Direct Cellars distributors. Typically this takes place on social media and rarely expands beyond a 1:1 relationship. For Direct Cellars distributors however, at least one offer appears to be supported [Continue reading...] Source: Wine Wars: Fallout from Direct Cellars’ collapse Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
3 days ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting