Taurise 2.0 Review – Ponzi Scheme – MLM Scam

Website & Company Information

Company Information

Taurise was a Ponzi scheme that collapsed in 2019, just a year after its launch. Surprisingly, users have reported several similar looking websites after the company collapsed. These websites are identical with different name and logo.

Most of the fraud websites these days use WordPress themes, allowing the admin to start their fraud business in a very short time as these site templates are plug and play. 

Currently, there are three websites that are using the same site template. So instead of reviewing them one by one, we will take a look at all of them. 

Those three domains are: 

Hanna Capital (https://hannacapital.ltd/) — Domain registered in August 2019

Trading Alley (https://tradingalley.org/) — Domain registered in December 2019

Zapmate Mining (https://zapmatemining.com/) — Domain registered on January 6th 2020. 

Too sad, these admins cannot even afford a developer. 

The About Company page draws the key fundamental structures of these businesses with a descriptive timeline of each event. Unfortunately, we will have to take this with a pinch of salt because of the similarity between the About Company page of these websites. 

After taking a brief look, we found that Mr Robert Mackay, CEO of Taurise, is running all these websites. Also, the character mentioned above may be fictional.

The same language was used to market Taurise. 

Compensation Plan

These websites promise similar returns, with slightly different numbers

Playing the numbers game, we calculated that an investment of $1000 into Zapmatemining will reward a massive gain of 2528730000% or $25287310893 on the 30th day. Sounds crazy right?

A uni-level compensation structure is also in place that pays referral commissions. All these three schemes pay commission till level 8, described below: 

  • 7% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
  • 4% on level 2
  • 2% on level 3
  • 1% on level 4
  • 0.5% on level 5
  • 0.1% on levels 6 to 8

These schemes also pay out bonuses based on total downline investment volume. The upper limit of these bonuses is $50,000.

It is clear from the very start that these 3 websites are scams and are a pure copy of Taurise.

They are either run by the Taurise’s executives or are inspired by Taurise. However, it is clear that these schemes have nothing to do with Bitcoin or crypto markets.

They will have the same ending as Taurise once new investment stops coming in.

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