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GP Soccer “click on a button” Ponzi collapses, web site gone


The GP Soccer Ponzi scheme has collapsed.

GP Soccer operated from the web site area “gp686.com”.

GP686 was privately registered via a Chinese language registrar on January eighth, 2022.

Makes an attempt to entry GP Soccer’s web site return both entry blocked or tunneling errors (i.e. the scammers behind it pulled the plug).

GP Soccer was a “click on a button” app Ponzi focused at Nigeria.

GP Soccer solicited funding in Nigerian Naira (NGN) and the cryptocurrency tether (USDT).

Minimal funding quantities seem to have been 3000 NGN or 100 USDT.

GP Soccer associates invested NGN or USDT on the promise of marketed returns.

The best day by day ROI I noticed provided by GP Soccer was 8.84%.

The MLM facet of GP Soccer paid on recruitment of affiliate traders:

  • stage 1 (personally recruited associates) – 8%
  • stage 2 – 5%
  • stage 3 – 3%

GP Soccer’s “click on a button” Ponzi ruse was betting on soccer matches.

Returns have been in actual fact solely tied to new funding.

GP Soccer launched in or round April 2022. New funding ran dry inside just a few weeks, prompting GP Soccer’s collapse.

GP Soccer is a part of a bunch of “click on a button” app Ponzis launched over the previous few months.

Up to now BehindMLM has documented:

  • COTP – pretended associates clicking a button generated buying and selling exercise, collapsed Might 2022
  • EthTRX is an analogous app-based Ponzi, with the day by day job element disabled
  • Yu Klik – pretends clicking a button generates buying and selling exercise, focusing on Indonesia
  • KKBT – pretended clicking a button generates crypto mining income, focused South Africa and India & collapsed early June 2022
  • EasyTask 888 – pretends clicking a button was tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), targets Colombia
  • DF Finance – pretended clicking a button generated “buy information” which was bought to ecommerce platforms, collapsed June 2022
  • Shared989 – pretended clicking a button was tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes and so on.), collapsed June 2022
  • 86FB – pretended clicking a button was tied to playing on soccer match outcomes, collapsed April 2022
  • 0W886 – pretended clicking a button was tied to playing on soccer match outcomes, collapsed Might 2022
  • U91 – pretended clicking a button was tied to playing on soccer match outcomes, collapsed Might 2022
  • 365Ball – pretends clicking a button is tied to playing on soccer match outcomes, (has collapsed a number of already)
  • YLCH Soccer – pretends clicking a button is tied to playing on soccer match outcomes
  • Parkour – pretends clicking a button is tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes and so on.)
  • OTCAI – pretended associates clicking a button generated buying and selling exercise, collapsed Might 2022
  • N9 Soccer – pretended associates clicking a button was tied to playing on soccer match outcomes (collapsed Might 2022)
  • Tron.BI – pretends associates clicking a button was tied to TRX cloud mining
  • EFG Soccer – pretended associates clicking a button was tied to playing on soccer match outcomes (collapsed Might 2022)

There are extra of those scams round that I haven’t bought to but.

All of the latest app-based job Ponzis seem like launched by the identical group of scammers.

Primarily based on the usage of simplified Chinese language, I believe the group are working out of China or Singapore.



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