Prizm & Roy Club Review- Scam

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The Prizm and Roy Club Ponzi schemes of Aleksey Muratov have failed.  

The Prizm and Roy Club websites have been taken offline. Muratov continues to manipulate PRIZM investors with “Prizm Space.”  

At the time of writing, the original domain for the Prizm Ponzi scheme (“prizm.club”) has expired.  WHOIS data indicates that the domain was abandoned and expired around May 7th. 

Roy Club, a reboot of Prizm created by Muratov, is configured to ban all web visitors. We can predict Prizm’s demise to occur around mid-April, as indicated by the final pump and dump.  

The daily range of PZM’s manipulated trade volume decreased from $500 to over $2 million to a few thousand dollars on average.

The Earl  Club witnessed the release of an UMI shitcoin. I don’t believe Roy Club’s UMI was ever available for public trade, so it’s likely been quietly abandoned internally.  

Prizm investors (now PZM bagholders) are in the dark about the Prizm space. I am unsure why he is bothering, given that it seems unlikely that international investors will be able to pursue him in Russia. 

Muratov’s ties to Donetsk may also make it harder for the Russian government to take internal action. Currently, Ukraine is not in a position to enforce anti-Ponzi schemes.  

Website traffic to Prizm’s original domain is insufficient to track (the domain is disabled in any case).  

According to SimilarWeb, the bulk of Prizm Space visitors come from Russia (22%, down 31% month on month), Ukraine (16%, down 14% month on month), Lithuania (15%, up 91%), Australia (14%), and Kazakhstan (14%). (7% of the total). Except for the recruitment of new victims in Lithuania, Prizm has ceased operations.  

Argentina (58%), Russia (22%, down 40% month on month), the United States (9%), Belarus (6%), and Ukraine (3%) account for the majority of Roy Club victims.

The Prizm and Roy Club Ponzi schemes of Aleksey Muratov have failed.   The Prizm and Roy Club websites have been taken offline. Muratov continues to manipulate PRIZM investors with “Prizm Space.”   At the time of writing, the original domain for the Prizm Ponzi scheme (“prizm.club”) has expired.  WHOIS data indicates that the domain was abandoned and…

The Prizm and Roy Club Ponzi schemes of Aleksey Muratov have failed.   The Prizm and Roy Club websites have been taken offline. Muratov continues to manipulate PRIZM investors with “Prizm Space.”   At the time of writing, the original domain for the Prizm Ponzi scheme (“prizm.club”) has expired.  WHOIS data indicates that the domain was abandoned and…

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