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Two Ponzi schemes with a similar ranch theme are aimed at Indians in the wake of the collapse of Peace Ranch, a “click a button” Ponzi app that targeted South Africa.

Nestle Ranch debuted in May 2022 or around. Despite its name, Nestle Ranch is unrelated to the popular company.

In a small way different from Peace Ranch and The Ranch, Nestle Ranch attracted affiliates with the promise of a daily ROI to invest in various farm-themed tiers.

Investment in the Indian rupee and tether (USDT) were sought by Nestle Ranch.

Additionally, Nestle Ranch provided referral bonuses at the second and third recruitment levels:

level 1 (affiliates that I directly recruited): 6%
level 2 – 3%
Nestle Ranch was supposed to pay returns for a year, but it went under in August 2022 or thereabouts. The total number of victims and their losses are yet unclear.

The Ranch launched in or around April 2022 and also has India as a target market.

The Ranch is more similar to Peach Ranch. Affiliates finance fictitious “Swedish cows”.

The “milking” of the cow determines daily returns (this is where you click a button).

Once more, you have the Indian rupee and the USDT. The Ranch also offers referral commissions, though specifics are kept confidential.

The Ranch’s website is still accessible at “the ranch. VIP,” but according to SimilarWeb, little traffic is being directed to the domain. It’s unclear if this indicates that The Ranch has failed or not.

Late in 2021, the “click a button” app Ponzi schemes started to appear. They are the creation of Chinese con artists, and with each launch, they tend to target particular nations.

Over 40 “click a button” app Ponzi clones have so far been tracked by BehindMLM.

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