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On its website, AOL918 makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.

The domain name “aol918.com” for AOL918’s website was privately registered on March 10th, 2022.

The AOL918 website’s source code reveals that it has been translated into Chinese:

It is clear from this that AOL918’s perpetrators are connected to China.

According to SimilarWeb, AOL918’s website has experienced a significant increase in traffic, primarily from Turkey.

It should be noted that AOL918 uses a variety of domains, including:

aol518.com

aol988.com

There may be further ones.

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 AOL918

No retailable goods or services are offered by AOL918.

The only thing that affiliates may promote is the AOL918 affiliate membership itself.

Compensation Plan for AOL918

Affiliates of AOL918 use an app to buy tether for a comparable amount of EUR (USDT).

On the promise of advertised returns, this is done:

VIP1: Invest $100 and get $4 per day back

VIP2: Invest $500 and get $20 per day.

VIP3: Invest $1,000 and get $39 each day.

VIP4: Invest $2,000 and get $80 each day.

VIP5: Invest $3000 and get daily payments of €120.

AOL918 affiliates must click a button to be eligible for daily returns.

An AOL918 affiliate must click the button more frequently each day to qualify the more they invest.

AOL918 pays commissions on affiliates’ USDT investments:

Typically, click-a-button apps employ a three-level deep compensation system without providing any specifics:

getting on AOL918

The affiliate program for AOL918 is free.

A minimum investment of 100 EUR in tether is required for full participation in the associated income potential.

AOL918 Summary

Another app-based task Ponzi scheme from what looks to be Chinese con artists is called AOL918.

AOL918 is an example of how manipulating social media by “pressing a button” brings in money:

There isn’t. To pay returns, AOL918 just recycles invested money.

AOL918 is one of several “click a button” app Ponzis that have recently been released.

BehindMLM has thus far recorded:

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

Ponzi built on the EthTRX app, with the daily task component removed, failed in July 2022.

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.

EasyTask 888, which targeted Colombia and claimed that clicking a button was related to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), crashed in July 2022.

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.

Pretending that pressing a button is equivalent to betting on the results of a football game is 365Ball (which has collapsed multiple already)

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

Parkour, which claimed that pressing a button was related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, etc.), crashed in July 2022.

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.

WT91, which claimed that affiliates’ clicks on buttons were related to betting on football game results, folded in July 2022.

Mars Football, which claimed that pushing a button was equivalent to betting on football game results, folded in July 2022.

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

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

Zpmxcfe, which claimed that pressing a button was related to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, etc.), crashed in July 2022.

Let’s Yarn, which claimed that pressing a button would create orders on Etsy, failed in July 2022.

Big Forest, which claimed that affiliates could create orders for e-commerce partners by pressing a button, folded in July 2022.

The same set of con artists operating out of China appears to be behind all the recent app-based task Ponzi schemes.

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