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GoTik sends website visitors directly to their app, in a contrast to “click a button” Ponzis, which normally features a working website:

The domain name (“gotik.info”) used by GoTik was privately registered on July 8, 2022.

Despite being in Spanish and aimed at Colombians, Chinese is included in the source code of the GoTik website:

This suggests that GoTik’s creators are connected to China.

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.

No retailable goods or services are offered by GoTik.

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

Compensation Plan for GoTik

Affiliates of GoTik invest in the tether and Colombian pesos (COL) (USDT). On the promise of advertised returns, this is done:

VIP1 – free registration, up to $3000 COL per day

VIP2 receives up to $20,000 COL each day after investing $300,000 COL.

VIP3: spend 1,500,000 COL and get up to 100,000 COL every day.

VIP4 receives up to $300,000 COL each day by investing $4,500,000 COL.

VIP5 members may earn up to $800,000 COL every day by investing $10,000,000 COL.

On the money spent, GoTik provides referral commissions down three levels of hiring (unilevel):

level 1 (affiliates directly recruited) – 20%

8 percent at level 2, 5 percent at level 3.

It costs nothing to sign up for a GoTik affiliate membership.

Full participation is contingent on a COL investment of at least $300,000.

Through Neque, GoTik solicits investments in both the cryptocurrency tether and Colombian pesos (USDT).

Although joining VIP1 is free, withdrawals are sometimes limited or locked behind upgrading to a premium investment plan in “click a button” Ponzi schemes (VIP2 or higher).

GoTik Summary

Another app-based task Ponzi scheme from alleged Chinese con artists is called GoTik.

GoTik suggests that “pressing a button” to edit TikTok movies produces income:

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

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

BehindMLM has so far identified thirty “click a button” software Ponzi schemes:

With the daily task component deactivated, EthTRX’s app-based Ponzi, COTP, fell in May 2022. Yu Klik, which targets affiliates and promises that pressing a button produces trading activity, crashed in July 2022. Indonesia

Leefire, which targeted the Philippines and flopped, claimed that affiliates could create orders for e-commerce partners by pressing a button. May 2022

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

Easy task 888, which targets Colombia and claims that clicking a button was related to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), collapsed. July 2022

PPDF Finance – pretended that clicking a button generated “purchase data” that was sold to e-commerce platforms; collapsed in June 2022 Shared989 – pretended that clicking a button was related to social media manipulation (YouTube likes, etc.); collapsed in June 2022 86FB – pretended that clicking a button was related to gambling on football match outcomes; collapsed in April 2022 0W886 – pretended to click a button was related to gambling (has collapsed multiple already)

YLCH Football – pretended affiliates clicking a button were tied to betting on football match outcomes, collapsed July 2022 N9 Football – pretended affiliates clicking a button were tied to betting on football match outcomes, collapsed May 2022 Parkour – pretended affiliates clicking a button is tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes, etc.), collapsed July 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, a website that falsely linked affiliates clicking buttons to betting on football game results, failed in May 2022. WT91: a website that falsely links affiliates by clicking buttons to betting on football game results. July 2022

Mars Football, which claims that pushing a button is equivalent to betting on football game results, has folded. July 2022

MC Football, which falsely claims that an affiliate’s click on a button is related to betting on football game results, has crashed. July 2022

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

Fondo Angel is an app. Ponzi crashed in July 2022 with the daily task component removed.

AOL918 – pretends clicking a button is tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes, for example). Zpmxcfe – pretends clicking a button is tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes, for example). Let’s Yarn – pretends clicking a button generates orders on Etsy. Big Forest – pretends affiliates clicking a button generated orders for eCommerce partners.

A sneaky tax exit scam caused VCCP, which claimed that pressing a button was related to social media manipulation, to fail in July 2022.

the app “click a button” The same gang of Chinese con artists controls all Ponzi schemes.

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