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This is what we do know:

We got the information for this article from Kevin Mullens’ promotional materials for “Success Factory USA.”

With Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing, Mullens seems to have begun his MLM career. Mullens and Trey Knight met there.

In 2013, the FTC closed down FTHM, concluding that it had been a pyramid scam.

Mullens then endorsed Zija after FTHM. By 2019, Mullens was still advertising Zija.

Mullens re-joined Trey Knight in the latter half of 2020 to promote Navan Global, his new CBD business.

Navan Global came to an end in the middle of 2021 when Knight was charged with wire fraud.

Mullens is thought to have subsequently joined DagCoin.

Mullens has kept his role in the Ponzi scam under wraps, presumably before the opening of Success Factory USA.

According to BehindMLM’s citation of Success Factory USA advertising materials;

Kevin is acquainted with Alpharetta, Georgia’s CEO of the USA branch.

The business is located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Kevin has been a consultant for 1.5 years. 180 nations currently do business, but never in the USA.

Success Factory in the Netherlands is run by former OneCoin top earner Igor Alberts (right).

Success Factory USA has not yet identified its CEO, who is probably situated in the US.

Dagcoin is accused of seeking $270 million in investment through Success Factory last year. Over $220 million more than in 2020.

In February, the USA is now in Pre-launch. In March, the USA will have a hard launch.

There were just 25 individuals registered for the USA pre-launch two days before Kevin phoned me.

The promise of three salary roles is luring US citizens to join Success Factory.

$79 per month for 1 Business Center and $50 to enroll as an Affiliate.

For three business centers, an Affiliate membership costs $125 and $79 each month.

A referral code is used to join.

I would strongly advise them to ADD their extra income centers so they have three instead of one if they have MLM expertise and want to grow a team.

Additionally, this binds them to the business when it launches hard in March.

Instead of accepting $50, they are accepting $125. One Income Center’s Affiliate Fee is $50. 3 Income Centers for $125.

Naturally, this is a sign of a pyramid scheme, which Success Factory is.

Factory of Success BusinessForHome’s AAA+ rating of the Ponzi scheme is largely relied upon in USA marketing.

Success Factory has received the highest possible grade from Business For Home, AAA+, for its “high assurance that the net benefit the business opportunity delivers is large for a distributor.”

This ranking demonstrates that we are on course to achieving one of our most ambitious objectives: structurally rank among the top 10 most prosperous direct selling businesses worldwide.

Ted Nuyten is the owner of BusinessForHome.

Igor Alberts’ Ponzi scheme has long been a favorite of Nuyten’s.

Back then, Nuyten also made an appearance in OneCoin advertisements as part of the BusinessForHome business concept.

After creator Ruja Ignatova vanished in late 2017, BusinessForHome secretly discontinued its OneCoin offer.

OneCoin/OneLife coverage from BusinessForHome is essentially…

…was replaced by Success Factory and DagCoin.

OneCoin, DagCoin, Igor Alberts, BusinessForHome, and Ted Nuyten’s actual corporate ties have never been made public.

It’s also unknown how much money Nuyten got overtime to promote OneCoin and DagCoin.

Executives of OneCoin have been charged in the US. They are currently awaiting punishment after either being found guilty or entering a guilty plea.

Igor Alberts, one of the top OneCoin net winners, and Ted Nuyten, one of his company partners, have not been prosecuted.

Even though it seems doubtful that either would visit the US to promote again, the fact that DagCoin is actively seeking investment from US citizens while OneCoin sentencing dates are still unknown is an intriguing development.

At their next event in Dubai this weekend, Dagcoin is anticipated to present Success Factory USA.

Keep checking back as we monitor DagCoin’s Success Factory Ponzi’s entry into the US.

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