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On its website, YLCH Football makes no mention of who owns or operates the firm.

On May 20th, 2022, YLCH Football’s website domain (“ylch8.com”) was privately registered.

At the time of publishing, YLCH Football’s website was just a portal to their app.

You’ll be taken to a chatbot if you click the support symbol on the website.

Chinese may be found in the source code for YLCH Football’s chatbot website:

According to SimilarWeb, Colombia accounts for 100 percent of YLCH8 Football’s website traffic.

That was in April of 2022. I noticed that the majority of the YLCH Football marketing was in Turkish.

As always, if an MLM firm isn’t transparent about who runs or controls it, consider twice before joining and/or turning over any money.

Products from YLCH Football

LLC does not sell any items or services to the general public.

Affiliates are only allowed to promote YLCH Football.

Compensation Plan for YLCH Football

On the promise of claimed variable returns, YLCH affiliates invest tether (USDT).

In my investigation on YLCH Football, the greatest number I found was 3.84 percent. The minimum investment looks to be twenty dollars and ten cents.

The MLM side of YLCH Football compensates for affiliate investor recruitment:

• 15% for level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)

• level 2 (eight percent)

• level 3 (5% of the population)

Getting involved with YLCH Football

Membership in the YLCH Football affiliate program is free.

A minimum investment of 20 USDT is required to fully participate in the associated income opportunity.

Football at YLCH

YLLCFootball is another Ponzi scam based on “click a button” apps.

Affiliates are needed to invest money and “hit a button.” LLC Football is a game where you press a button and bet on the outcome of a football match.

In actuality, all YLCH Football is doing is recycling monies that have been invested to pay returns.

365Ball is one of a slew of “click a button” software Ponzis that have shown up in recent months.

So far, BehindMLM has compiled the following information:

• COTP — ostensibly produced trading activity by affiliates pressing a button, which crashed in May 2022.

• EthTRX is a Ponzi based on an app, but without the daily task component.

• Yu Klik – imitates trading activities by pretending to click a button, with an emphasis on Indonesia.

• KKBT – purported to earn crypto mining money by hitting a button, targeted South Africa and India and crashed in early June 2022.

• EasyTask 888 – targets Colombia and suggests that clicking a button is linked to social media manipulation (YouTube likes).

• DF Finance — claimed to click a button to produce “buy data” that was sold to eCommerce platforms, but eventually went out of business in June 2022.

• Shared989 – claimed that clicking a button was linked to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), however, it was shut down in June 2022.

• 86FB — claimed that pressing a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football matches, but it was shut down in April 2022.

• 0W886 – claimed that hitting a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football matches, but it was shut down in May 2022.

• U91 – claimed that hitting a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football matches, but it went bankrupt in May 2022.

• 365Ball (pretends that clicking a button is linked to betting on the outcome of football matches; numerous sites have already failed)

There are a lot more of these frauds out there that I haven’t yet discovered.

The fraudsters behind all of the recent app-based tasks Ponzis appear to be the same.

I believe the organization is based in China or Singapore, based on the use of classical Chinese.

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