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FVP Trade worked in the MLM trading sector.

FVP Holdings is another name for the business. Looking at the YouTube channels for FPV Trade and FVP Holdings, it appears that FPV Holdings was shut down around the middle of 2021.

FVP Trade looks to be the dominant firm name, even though the FVP Holdings website is still accessible, so we’ll stick with that.

The domain name “fvptrade.com” for FVP Trade’s website was registered in December 2019 through a British Virgin Islands address.

The domain name “fvpholdings.com” for FVP Holdings’ website was privately registered on the same day.

The websites for FVP Holding and FVP Trade were created in March 2020, and both businesses went live soon after.

FVP Trade is managed by Tim Booth, the founder of FVP Holdings.

On August 4th, 2020, a video from FVP Trade Marketing featuring Booth was posted to the company’s official YouTube account.

It’s a standard Boris CEO rental office situation, replete with branded accouterments.

The person in charge of FVP Trade has attempted to establish a web presence for Booth, but it all links to FVP Trade. Outside of the company’s marketing, he doesn’t exist.

Additionally, “Stacy Wright” may be found on the FVP Trade website.

Wright is absent from all of FVP Trade’s promotional ads since she seems to be a Russian private math and physics teacher:

Since it’s tough to confirm due to the makeup, I can’t say for sure. I’ve covered up her name out of safety. Wright’s role as a teacher is crucial to keep in mind in this situation.

We also have “David Moche” in the FVP Trade marketing film that is referenced above.

The founder of Qfinity Labs is listed as Moche. A website for Qfinity Labs has been put up at “qfinitylabs.com,” which was secretly registered in March 2020, about the same time as websites for FVP Trade and FVP Holdings were being built.

based on Moche’s company bio at Qfinity Labs;

On January 15, 1976, Dr. David Moche was born in Sarcelles, Paris. He went at Tel Aviv High School.

The actor that plays Moche has a European accent, albeit I’m no expert. It could as well be French.

Moche’s identity eluded me, but I was able to identify someone who was strikingly like him:

That dates to 2016. It’s the Moche actor who is a French teacher at a school in Vietnam.

I’m not going to deny that the school photo is at an odd angle. However, if you focus on Mocha’s grin, you’ll notice that her forehead, nose, eyes, chin, and cheek lines are all quite similar.

Even though I was considerably more certain that I had located Moche than “Stacy Wright,” I continued searching.

FVP Trade CEO “Jonathan Greene” is featured in the marketing film as well:

The actor who will be Greene in December 2018 may be seen here portraying Santa Claus at an English-language school in Vietnam:

If you can’t notice it, take note of the beard’s style and tooth gap.

It is impossible to overlook the coincidence that there are three professors, two of whom have ties to Vietnam and one who may be from Russia.

In March 2020, FVP Trade started publishing videos on its YouTube account. the earliest films aimed at Chinese speakers

FVP Trade uploaded its final Chinese video on April 10 as a result of this failure.

Then FVP Trade switched to just advertising in English. Finally, actresses were hired for their August 2020 video.

I’m not sure why Vietnam’s educators were singled out. Due to COVID-19, both China and Vietnam blocked their borders in March 2020. Perhaps finding professors was simpler in Vietnam.

There’s also a chance that by 2020 the instructors will have left Vietnam, although considering that they taught at various schools, I doubt it.

FVP Trade has rented booths at several Finance events to seem credible.

The first event was the November 2021 Finance Magnates London Summit. A fresh group of actors playing the part of FVP Trade is featured in the video.

When FVP Trade staged a marketing event in Malaysia on December 28th, 2021, things started to feel a little more genuine.

The event targeted a Chinese-speaking audience and had “performers” from China who were streamed in.

A rehearsal for the event was kindly live-streamed by FVP Trade, and we can see this woman there:

She calls herself Kaylee, but I’m not sure if that’s the proper spelling.

I quickly recognized Kaylee’s accent since it is unusual. In May 2022, she presided over the catastrophic HyperNation launch event.

I’m not sure whether there are any connections between Ryan Xu and Sam Lee’s Hyper* Ponzi scams and FVP Trade; Kaylee merely seems to be a presenter.

It’s fascinating to watch fraudsters from Asia utilizing the same production firm to host their scam events even if it’s doubtful.

Notably, none of the western teaching actors from FVP Trade attended the Malaysia event. Through a pre-recorded video message, they merely made a fleeting presence.

It seems that the purpose of FVP Trade’s Malaysian event was to introduce FVP Ex. This is related to the securities fraud that FVP Trade committed by issuing virtual shares.

The planned release date for FXP Ex was February 2022. That has now been delayed until “Q3 2022”:

FVP Trade reported connections to Dubai in February 2022. The world’s MLM crime capital is Dubai. Any MLM business that claims to be based in or to have connections with Dubai is almost certainly a fraud.

The FVP Trade event in Dubai consisted of a useless document signing between the company and the “Al-Mohannadi Group.”

The presence of our western professors was noteworthy, though, and may have led to their relocation to Dubai.

There was also the customary song and dance overpaying for an advertisement atop the Burj Khalifa:

FVP Trade purchased a booth at the iFX Expo Dubai later in the same month (Feb 2022).

Here, we spotted the western instructor actors from FVP Trade with what seemed like their minders:

There were no signs of the London Expo December 2021 actors.

Here is a picture of the Dubai crew from FVP Trade:

Although there are a few inconsequential non-Asians, I think you get the idea.

Our fraudsters originally pitched to Chinese investors and appear to have connections to China, Vietnam, and Malaysia (maybe even Singapore and Russia). They used western professors to front their con after the early realization that wasn’t working.

I believe that June 2021 was the only occasion VFP Trade placed someone on camera who might genuinely be connected to the business’s owners:

No mention of Samuel Chou—likely not even that guy’s true name—can be found in any FVP Trade promotional materials.

According to an examination of SimilarWeb traffic, FVP Trade is now being advertised in Italy (44%), Brazil (11%), and Indonesia (8 percent ).

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 FVP Trade

FVP Trade doesn’t offer any goods or services for sale.

Only the FVP Trade affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

The Compensation Plan of FVP Trade

In “PAMM Packages,” FVP Trade affiliates must invest $1,000 or more. On the promise of a passive monthly return, this is done.

Two PAMM Package levels range in price from 2 to 10 percent each month:

Low Risk: between 2 and 4 percent every month

4 to 6 percent every month for medium risk

6 to 10 percent every month in high risk

FVP Trade provides a bonus ROI on deposited money to deter withdrawals:

Spend the money for 90 days and get a 1% monthly ROI bonus Spend the money for 180 days and get a 2% monthly ROI bonus Spend the money for 270 days and get a 4% monthly ROI bonus

You should be aware that FVP Trade only pays out 70% of ROI withdrawals. 10% is stored in an “IPO Wallet” and 20% is held for “activation” (forced reinvestment?).

FVP Holding claims that affiliates will be able to purchase business shares using their IPO Wallet, however as of the time of writing, this service is not yet available.

The MLM component of FVP Trade compensates for affiliate investor recruiting.

Ranks for FVP Trade Affiliates

The pay structure of FVP Trade has five affiliate tiers.

They are as follows, along with their respective qualifying standards:

Become a member of FVP Trade and make a $1,000 investment.

IB: Make an investment of $3000, find five Members or above who have each invested at least $10,000, and produce a total downline investment volume of $50,000.

Recruit three IBs and five Members or above, each of whom has invested $20,000, to create a total downline investment volume of $300,000.

Recruit three SIBs, at least seven Members, and at least $10,000 in additional investments to bring in a total of $2,000,000 in downline investment volume.

MIBs who spend $30,000 may create $8,000,000 in total downline investment volume by recruiting three DIBs, twelve members, and above, who have each invested $200,000 in total.

Advisory Commissions

Affiliates of FVP Trade receive a 50% referral commission on the monthly earned returns given to their downline affiliates:

Affiliates that were individually recruited make up half of level 1 and half of level 2, respectively (affiliates recruited by your personally recruited affiliates)

Keep in mind that referral fees are paid out every month, provided that affiliates who have been recruited do not withdraw their investments.

Recurring Commissions

FVP Trade uses a uni-level compensation system to pay residual commissions.

An affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team in a unilevel pay system, and each affiliate they recruited is positioned immediately under them (level 1):

New affiliates brought on by any level 1 affiliates are added to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring on new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on down a theoretically endless number of levels.

Residual commissions are capped by FVP Trade at six single-level team levels.

According to rank, residual commissions are paid as a proportion of monthly profits earned throughout these six levels:

Profit-Sharing IB and higher-rated FVP Trade affiliates get an extra percentage match on their uni-level team’s monthly ROI payments: Members earn 3% on levels 1 and 2; IBs and higher earn 3% on levels 1 to 5, and 5% on level 6.

IBs receive 5% of the Profit Sharing.

SIBs receive 10% Profit Sharing.

DIBs are paid 15% of Revenue Splitting

MIBs receive 20% of the Profit Sharing.

Joining Trade FVP

Membership in FVP Trade appears to require a minimum investment of $1000.

An investment of $30,000 is necessary for full participation in the associated income opportunity.

FVP Trade Summary

FVP Trade is a straightforward Ponzi scam that has been covered with a mountain of false advertising.

Nothing on the FVP Trade website is reliable. FVP Trade is not situated in the British Virgin Islands, the actors are not who they claim to be, and the firm has nothing to do with trade.

The typical worthless MyFXBook bullshit proof of extra revenue production is trotted forth by FVP Trade.

These are simple to fabricate, but more crucially, they don’t replace registration with financial regulators.

It is quite evident that FVP Trade provides a chance for passive investing. This qualifies as a security and has to be registered with financial regulators in each nation that FVP Trade solicits investment from investors.

FVP Trade does not offer any proof that it has registered with a financial regulator in any country.

Therefore, FVP Trade is at the very least engaging in securities fraud. If offering shares to affiliates ever progress beyond a justification to withhold 10% of withdrawal payments, FVP Trade would be engaging in more securities fraud as part of its plan.

Currently, fresh investment is the sole provable source of income entering FVP Trade.

FVP Trade is a Ponzi scam since it pays monthly profits to affiliates using new investments.

As with all MLM Ponzi scams, the fresh investment will cease as soon as affiliate recruiting does.

This will deprive FVP Trade of ROI income, leading to its eventual demise.

The mathematics behind Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the majority of investors lose money.

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