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Investors in the PerRank Ponzi scheme are being asked for more money.

Withdrawals have been disabled, and those who fail to return monies will have their accounts closed.

The notice from PerRank was sent out 24 to 48 hours ago. It all starts with the deception that PerRank has been around for ten years.

Thank you for your support over the past ten years, PerRank members.

PerRank has helped numerous internet businesses boost their product rankings and sales.

The company’s website domain was registered in February 2022, according to BehindMLM’s PerRank assessment. PerRank is a new company that has only been operating for a few months.

The gimmick behind PerRank was that investors could make sales orders for eCommerce companies by simply pressing a button. That somehow morphed into an investing platform with 180-day passive returns.

Of course, it’s all nonsense, but PerRank is sticking to the script, which is on the verge of collapsing;

Because the vendor has given us an excessive number of orders to handle. [sic] PerRank expects that all members would upgrade to a higher VIP level so that they can finish more orders.

Merchants have commended our services and have placed a large number of orders with us.

The business of PerRank is booming.

“Upgrading to a higher VIP” entails a larger financial investment.

Members who graduate to a higher VIP level will be able to continue undertaking tasks while also earning more money and having additional withdrawal options.

Affiliates have until June 16th to deposit further money into PerRank’s Ponzi scheme, which has been disabled by PerRank.

Members who do not upgrade to a higher VIP level by June 16th will have their collaboration terminated and their work deposit reimbursed 180 days after joining the VIP.

There are a couple of factors at work here. To begin with, a Ponzi scheme can only cease paying for one reason: PerRank has failed.

Second, this is a last-ditch effort to raise funds before they go down. After 180 days, no one receives anything. Anyone who gives more money after June 16th is setting themselves up for bigger losses.

PerRank’s website, I believe, will be down before the end of the month. They don’t have to pay anyone, so they can afford to drag things out a little longer.

The amount of money lost by PerRank investors is unclear. Pakistan (57%) is the leading source of visitors to PerRank’s website, followed by Turkey (18%), Saudi Arabia (12%), and China (12%). (8 percent ).

PerRank 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 – failed 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. Indonesia

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

Easy task 888 – imitates social media manipulation (YouTube likes) by pretending to click a button. Colombia

PDF Finance – failed after claiming that clicking a button generated “buy data” that was sold to eCommerce companies. June 20, 2022

Shared989 – claimed that clicking a button was linked to social media manipulation (YouTube likes, for example), but it was shut off in June 2022.

86FB – crashed after claiming that pressing a button was linked to betting on football match results. April of the year 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 – pretended that pressing a button was linked to betting on football match outcomes, but it went bankrupt in May 2022. 365Ball – pretended that hitting a button was linked to betting on football match outcomes, but it went bankrupt in May 2022. (has collapsed multiple already)

YLCH Football – claims that pressing a button is linked to betting on the outcome of a football match.

Parkour – assumes that pressing a button has something to do with social media manipulation (YouTube likes, etc.)

N9 Football – claimed affiliates hitting a button was related to wagering on football match outcomes, collapsed May 2022 OTCAI – pretended affiliates clicking a button created trading activity, collapsed May 2022

Tron.BI – ostensibly links affiliates clicking a button to TRX cloud mining

EFG Football, which misrepresented that affiliates hitting a button meant they were betting on the outcome of football matches, went bankrupt. May 20, 2022

GP Football, which suggested that affiliates hitting a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football matches, went bankrupt. May 20, 2022

Lucky Football, a website that claimed that pressing a button meant they were betting on the outcome of football games, went bankrupt. WT91 – claims that affiliates hitting a button is linked to betting on football match results in May 2022.

Mars Football – makes affiliates believe that pressing a button is linked to betting on the outcome of a football match.

MC Football – makes affiliates believe that clicking a button is linked to betting on the outcome of a football match.

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 usage of simplified Chinese.

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