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On its website, Big Forest makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.

On March 27, 2022, Big Forest privately registered the domain name “big-forest. VIP” with a Chinese registrar.

Big Forest claims it has been established in 2012 even though it has only been around for a few months.

The fact that Big Forest used a Chinese registrant is a strong indication of links to China.

On the subject of hiring, according to SimilarWeb, all of EasyTask 888’s website traffic is now coming from Peru.

This is hardly unexpected given that Big Forest utilizes the Peruvian SOL and operates in Spanish.

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

Products from Big Forest

No resaleable goods or services are offered by Big Forest.

Only the Big Forest affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

The Compensation Plan for Big Forest

Affiliates of Big Forest invest in SOL with the expectation of the promised returns:

VIP0: Receive 10 SOL with no investment necessary.

VIP1: Spend 300 SOL and get 15 SOL per day.

VIP2: Invest 900 Sol and get daily returns of 45 Sol

VIP3: Spend 3600 Sol and get 180 Sol every day.

VIP4 earns 540 Sol every day by investing 10,800 Sol.

Socio Regional: Invest 32,400 Sol and get daily returns of 1620 Sol

Affiliates of Big Forest must click a button to be eligible for daily returns.

A Big Forest associate must click the button more frequently each day to qualify the more they invest.

A Big Forest affiliate may achieve a 10 SOL ROI with VIP0; however, to cash out, they must “upgrade” to a premium tier.

Down three tiers of recruiting, Big Forest provides referral fees on invested SOL (unilevel):

level 1 (affiliates individually recruited) – 6%

4 percent at level 2.

2 percent at level 3.

enrolling in Big Forest

The Big Forest affiliate program is free to join.

A minimum investment of 300 SOL is necessary to fully participate in the associated income potential.

Big Forest Finish

Another app-based task Ponzi scheme from what looks to be Chinese con artists is called Big Forest.

Big Forest symbolizes how “pressing a button” with e-commerce partners results in goods orders.

And this in turn creates income in some manner for paying returns.

Of course, this is nonsense. Big Forest’s sole activity is the recycling of invested money to pay returns.

Big Forest has been created expressly to attack Peru. Scammers in Peru are the only ones advertising it.

Big Forest is one of several “click a button” app Ponzis that have recently been released.

BehindMLM has so far recorded:

COTP, which claimed that affiliates could generate trading activity by clicking a button, collapsed in May 2022.

Similar app-based Ponzi EthTRX lacks the daily task component.

Yu Klik, who promises that pressing a button would start trading, focuses on Indonesia

KKBT, which targeted South Africa and India and claimed that pressing a button would earn cryptocurrency mining money, crashed in early June 2022.

Targeting Colombia, EasyTask 888 suggests that pressing a button was related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes).

PDF Finance, which claimed that by pressing a button, “buy data” was collected and sold to e-commerce platforms, failed in June 2022.

Shared989, which claimed that pressing a button was related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, etc.), folded in June 2022

86FB, which falsely linked pressing a button to bet on the results of football games, crashed in April 2022.

0W886 – claimed that pressing a button would result in betting on the results of football games, collapsed in May 2022

U91, which claimed that pressing a button was equivalent to betting on the results of football games, folded in May 2022.

The website 365Ball makes out that betting on football game results involves clicking a button (which has collapsed multiple already)

LLC Football – claims that pressing a button is equivalent to betting on the results of football games

pretending that activating a button is related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes etc.)

OTCAI, which claimed that affiliates could generate trading activity by pushing a button, folded in May 2022.

N9 Football, which claimed that pushing a button was equivalent to betting on the results of football games, folded in May 2022.

Tron.BI claims that an affiliate’s click on a button was related to cloud mining for TRX.

EFG Football, which falsely linked affiliates clicking a button to betting on football game results, folded in May 2022.

GP Football, which claimed that affiliates’ clicks on buttons were related to betting on football game results, folded in May 2022.

Lucky Football, which claimed that pushing a button was equivalent to betting on the results of football games, failed in May 2022.

Pretend affiliates WT91 Betting on the results of football games involves clicking a button.

pretend affiliates: Mars Football Betting on the results of football games involves clicking a button.

Pretend affiliates for MC Football Betting on the results of football games involves clicking a button.

PageRank, which claimed that affiliates could place purchases for e-commerce partners by pressing a button, was shut down in June 2022.

Zpmxcfe – claims that clicking a button is related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, etc.)

Let’s Yarn feigns that pressing a button will result in Etsy orders.

The same set of con artists appears to have started all the current app-based task Ponzi schemes.

I believe the organization is based in China or Singapore because they utilize simplified Chinese.

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