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In our Homes CNL study, BehindMLM discovered several Ponzi scams, including TDM Poolex Academy.

A Vimeo channel called “Cryptocurrency” included promotional movies for the numerous Ponzi scams.

The con artists controlling the Ponzi factory erased every Ponzi marketing video from the channel shortly after our Homes CNL review was online.

TDM Poolex Academy was the most recent Ponzi scam on the list when I stumbled upon the Ponzi factory.

On its website, TDM Poolex Academy makes no mention of the ownership or management of the business.

The Digital Millennium is referred to as TDM. There is a webpage for The Digital Millennium Academy at “”

The TDM Poolex Academy utilizes the same website template as The Digital Millennium Academy. In July 2020, “” was registered. The owner is identified as Nefi Pirez using an Uruguayan address.

On The Digital Millennium’s website, two women are listed as executives:

These people are described in no detail, and it appears that they don’t exist anywhere else save The Digital Millennium’s website.

TDM Poolex Academy seems to be a forerunner of the Digital Millennium.

Additionally, I observed a promotion for TDM Poolex Academy linking to the website “” For this free domain, there is no registration information available.

The website for TDM Poolex Academy is initially in Spanish. The bulk of the promotional films for TDM Poolex Academy is also in Spanish.

This indicates that TDM Poolex Academy is mostly marketing to Spanish-speaking consumers.

The domain name for the website of TDM Poolex Academy was privately registered on December 13th, 2021. We noticed that the “Cryptocurrency” channel videos on the TDM Poolex Academy were posted in June 2022.

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 of TDM Poolex Academy

There are no resaleable goods or services offered by TDM Poolex Academy.

Only the TDM Poolex Academy affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Compensation Plan for TDM Poolex Academy

Affiliates of TDM Poolex Academy register and pay a fee in tether (USDT):

Ruby: USDT 67

Platinum: 197 USDT Emerald: 127 USDT

Premium Gold: 267 USDT

Complete Poolex: 927 USDT

Affiliates invest more tether after signing up in exchange for the guarantee of a daily ROI of 4%.

The TDM Poolex Academy’s MLM division pays commissions on USDT investments and affiliate membership fees.

Advisory Commissions (invested USDT)

Investment referral commissions are paid by TDM Poolex Academy using a unilevel incentive system.

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.

The maximum number of purchasable uni-level team levels at TDM Poolex Academy is four.

Following are the percentages of USDT invested that are used to calculate investment referral commissions for each of these four levels:

1.5 percent at level 1 (personally recruited affiliates), 0.5 percent at level 2, 0.3 percent at level 3, and 0.2 percent at level 4.

Membership Fee Commissions on Referrals

The same uni-level team investment referral commission system is used by TDM Poolex Academy to pay membership fee referral commissions (see above).

However, membership fee referral commissions pay down five tiers of recruiting, whereas investment referral rewards are limited to four levels.

Depending on how much they paid in fees, TDM Poolex Academy affiliates are awarded membership fee referral commissions on a certain number of levels:

Affiliates in the Ruby tier are paid referral commissions on levels 1 and 2 of membership fees.

Emerald tier affiliates are paid referral commissions on membership fee levels 1 through 3.

Affiliates in the Platinum and above tiers are paid referral commissions on membership fees for levels 1 through 5.

The amount of fees paid by affiliates who are recruited determines the membership fee referral commission rates:

If you directly recruit the affiliate, level 1 recruiting of a Ruby tier affiliate pays $15, and level 2 recruitment of an Emerald tier affiliate pays $5. Level 1 costs $30, Level 2 costs $5, and Level 3 costs $2.

Getting a Platinum tier affiliate to join you pays. Level 1 costs $50, Level 2 costs $6, Level 3 costs $3, Level 4 costs $3, and Level 5 costs $2.

It pays to bring on a Gold Premium grade affiliate. Level 1 costs $60, Level 2 costs $7, Level 3 costs $5, Level 4 costs $4, and Level 5 costs $3.

Recruitment of a Full Poolex tier affiliate earns $160 on levels 1, 10, 8, 6, and 5, and $10 on levels 2, 8, and 6.

TDM Poolex Academy enrollment

Priced in four categories, TDM Poolex Academy affiliate membership includes:

Ruby: USDT 67

Platinum: 197 USDT Emerald: 127 USDT

Premium Gold: 267 USDT

Complete Poolex: 927 USDT

The more an affiliate spends, the bigger their potential revenue is because fees are paid in proportion.

Poolex TDM Academy

Each associate membership tier at TDM Poolex Academy has a ton of blockchain nonsense linked huge it.

Everything here is ignorable. Anyone who enrolls in TDM Poolex Academy do so just to take advantage of the potential for passive investment:

TDM Poolex Academy is a Ponzi scheme since it lacks a verifiable external source of income and because it is the final known fraud from a confirmed Ponzi factory.

Due to the lack of advertising or direct sales to retail clients, the MLM component of the firm operates like a pyramid scheme.

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

This will deprive TDM Poolex Academy 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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