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A new collapse of the GreenChoyce Ponzi scam has occurred.

The scam’s perpetrators, former Crowd1 Ponzi schemers now operating as Eco and Greenchoyce, are concentrating their efforts on the Philippines this time.

GreenChoyce seems to have fallen apart in November 2021 or thereabouts.

The domain name “” for Eco and Greenchoyce’s website was privately registered on April 2, 2022.

The official Facebook page for Eco & Greenchoyce was created on April 10 in anticipation of the reboots later that month.

After failing, they tried again to con Vietnamese Crowd1 victims.

At this time, Eco & Greenchoyce is focusing on the Philippines.

Take note of the video’s June 2022 release date and “just now opening in Asia” assertion. The video is from March:

Renze Deelstra (below) is the face of Eco and Greenchoyce, even though he isn’t featured anywhere on the website of the business.

Deelstra frequently advertises Ponzi schemes. Deelstra gained notoriety most recently for being the top earner in the Crowd1 Ponzi scam.

Early in 2021, Deelstra was fired from Crowd1. He and members of his Crowd1 downline started NewChoyce as a result of this.

Deelstra migrated to the Philippines after being born in the Netherlands. The most recent reboot that targets the nation is probably motivated by this.

Deelstra and his Crowd1 subordinates attempted to launch their own “Choyce tokens” Ponzi scheme in NewChoyce.

After a few months, NewChoyce crashed and was restarted as GreenChoyce in August 2021.

We now have Eco and Greenchoyce after a four to five-month run of Greenchoyce.

Although the Choyce token Ponzi scheme has always been the eventual aim, there is no mention of tokens on Eco and Greenchoyce’s sites.

Eco & Greenchoyce is currently run as a pyramid system.

Affiliates of Eco and GreenChoyce can join the business for $50, $499, or $999. MLM affiliate recruiting results in commission payments.

To cover up your pyramid scheme

Fuel tabs known as “Car Pills” served as the cover for the first NewChoyce token Ponzi scheme.

LED light bulbs that are green

Green Vizion Travel, a website for arranging inexpensive travel, and

Skin Care: White-labeled personal care items produced by an unknown party and supplied from an unknown location.

The Philippines SEC is one conceivable justification for concealing the Choyce token system. They are one of the non-US securities regulators that is most active.

Assuming the Choyce token program hasn’t been entirely abandoned (sorry for your loss, Vietnam), the strategy appears to be to first expand the business’s pyramid structure before reintroducing the token program.

Math ultimately ensures that most participants will lose money, whether Eco and Greenchoyce remains a pyramid scam or reintroduces Ponzi coins.

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