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Energy Spas’ website doesn’t say who owns the company or who runs it.

The domain name for Energy Spas’ website, “energyspas.com,” was registered in 2007. The last change to the private registration was made on February 4, 2022.

The domain for Energy Spas was inactive until late 2022. The current website was put up in or around November.

This is strong evidence that the current owners of Energy Spas’ domain will take over the domain in or around February 2022.

Energy Spas’ original website from November 2022 shows that it was made by GoodLayers (click to enlarge):

Most of what GoodLayers sells are WordPress themes. “Financity” is the name of the theme that Energy Spas uses:

The cost of the theme is $64.

Energy Spas says it has been around since 2007, but it has only been around for a few months.

Since 2007, Energy spas has been the leading provider of venture capital to the independent sector of the European energy industry, real estate, global infrastructure, and around the world.

This seems to be based on when the domain was first registered. As we’ve seen, this has nothing to do with Energy Spas as they are now and won’t until at least the first quarter of 2022.

At the top of Energy Spas’ website is the number “FM0334520,” which is its registration number. On the GlobalHubAsset website, you can find this same number.

Since 2007, Global Hub Asset has been the leading provider of venture capital to the independent sector of the European energy industry, real estate, global infrastructure, and around the world.

Do you recognize it?

GlobalHubAsset is a Ponzi scheme that promises 10% a day returns. In August 2022, the name “globalhubasset.com” was registered privately.

It’s not clear if GlobalHubAsset has already started and failed or if it’s still waiting to start.

What is clear is that Energy Spas looks like the work of people who have done Ponzi schemes before.

Energy Spas gives two business addresses on its website, one in Canada and one in Dubai, to make it look like it is a real company.

The Canada address is also on the website for GlobalHubAsset. Dubai is the world’s MLM crime capital, so any contact information given there is likely to be fake.

Even though we can’t be sure, we don’t think Energy Spas has any ties to either Canada or Dubai.

SimilarWeb says that the US (83%), Sweden (10%), and Thailand (6%) are the top three countries that send people to Energy Spas’ website.

If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.

The products of Energy Spas
Energy Spas doesn’t have any products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only sell Energy Spas’s affiliate membership.

Plan for Energy Spas’s pay
Affiliates of Energy Spas put USD equivalents into cryptocurrencies. This is done because they say they will make money:

  • Core Benefit Package: Invest between $798 and $9,549 and get 0.9% back every day for 6 months.
  • Scale-Up Package: Invest between $9,550 and $449,999 and get 1.1% back every day for 6 months.
  • Elite Premium Package: Invest $450,000 to $5,000,000 and get 2% a day for 6 months.
  • Affiliates of Energy Spas can turn on “staking” by pressing a button. This makes more
  • the daily ROI on the Core Benefit Package to 1.13%
  • the Scale Up Package daily ROI rate to 1.48 percent and
  • the daily ROI rate for the Elite Premium Package to 2.9%
  • The catch is that once cryptocurrency is invested, it can’t be taken out until the investment period is over.

Energy Spas pays up to three levels of referral commissions based on the amount of cryptocurrency that is invested (unilevel).

Rates of referral commission depend on how much an Energy Spas affiliate has put into the business:

  • Affiliates in the Core Benefit Package and Scale Up Package earn 5% on level 1 (affiliates they recruited themselves) and 2% on level 2.
  • Affiliates who sign up for the Elite Premium Package make 7% on level 1, 4% on level 2, and 2% on level 3.
    Getting into Energy Spas
    Joining as an affiliate of Energy Spas is free.

To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least $798.

Energy Spas asks for bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin investments.

Spas that use energy
Almost everything on the Energy Spas website is nonsense, such as the following:

We invest wisely and responsibly over the long term with $649 billion in assets spread across different business segments and 715 investment vehicles.

If Energy Spas already has $649 billion to play with and can make up to 2.9% a day, why on earth do they need your money?

2.9% of $649 billion is $18.8 million per day.

Energy Spas is just a simple MLM crypto Ponzi scheme hidden behind a website template that was bought and filled with nonsense.

Affiliates sign up and invest, and the only reason they do this is to try to steal money that other people have invested.

As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, new money will stop coming in once affiliate recruitment stops.

This will stop Energy Spas from making money, which will eventually cause them to fail.

The math behind MLM Ponzi schemes makes it clear that most people will lose money when they fail.

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