Xifra Review- Beware Scam

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Everything has gone wrong with Xifra Lifestyle lately. Investors began reporting difficulties withdrawing money in late April.   

Apparently, the Ponzi scheme is getting ready to relaunch as Decentra.   

Xifra Lifestyle was a simple 200 percent ROI Ponzi scheme that was investigated by us.  

According to reports, the scam was handled by Jonathan Sifuentes, a Brazilian national who has ties to Mexico and the US (Texas).   

In fact, the name Xifra Lifestyle implies that the company is based in Mexico.   

Xifra Lifestyle was issued a security fraud notice by Mexican authorities in September of last year. On December 8th, the Securities and Exchange Commission levied a penalty of $49.321 for securities fraud. 

The domain name “decentrauniverse.com” was registered on December 16th, eight days later. 

Although Decentra originated earlier, it wasn’t until much later that it became popular. At a marketing event in Cancun in November of 2021, Xifra unveiled Decentra University’s fictitious compliance:   

“XIFRA made an unexpected revelation on Sunday that they were working on creating their own coin, although this would not be implemented until December 2022. Decentra University, a new service, was unveiled at the event. XIFRA is launching an educational service that will contain training material in a wide range of subjects, including blockchain and artificial intelligence, two of the company’s most important pillars. A key feature of the Decentra platform is John Maxwell’s one-on-one leadership and personal growth coaching.”   

It appears that the initial plan, which was to relaunch Xifra Lifestyle through Decentra, has been scrapped.   

Efforts to promote Decentra began in March 2021.

Investors in Xifra Lifestyle are now promoting the idea that Decentra is “absorbing” Xifra Lifestyle as a marketing ploy.   

Decentra’s Ponzi scheme is “registered and compliant” in the United States, according to Xife Lifestyle.   

In my opinion, this is nothing but a hoax. It turns out that neither Xifra Lifestyle nor Decentra nor Jonathan Sifuentes are registered to market securities in the United States, according to a search of the SEC’s Edgar database.  Even though it’s nonsense, Michael Anderson’s allegation isn’t shocking.  For months, investors in Xifra Lifestyle have erroneously claimed that the company is both legal in Mexico and the United States.   

An anonymous blockchain bro startup called Decentra advertises itself as a defiantly defiant blockchain bro company. It is, in fact, a continuation of Jonathan Sifuentes’s Xifra Lifestyle.   

It is expected that Sifuentes will be charged with securities fraud by the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2020.   

Sifuentes’ Ponzi schemes from 2017 were at the heart of the application.    This quote from Sifuentes in the ACC’s application is what I’d want to share with you:   

On the other hand, Sifuentes said that MTCoin was an excellent investment and that he had already achieved substantial gains. According to him, there was no governmental oversight of the company because they were utilizing a separate corporation for their money accounts, making the investment extremely low-risk. In his speech, he did not mention any potential dangers.   

For Xifra Lifestyle, Decentra is Sifuente’s “autonomous firm.” In the end, he’s living out the regulatory fantasy he never had the chance to fulfill with My Trade Coin.   

As part of this illusion, Sifuentes appears to have relocated himself, Xifra Lifestyle, and Decentra to Dubai as part of this plan.   

Dubai is the MLM scam capital of the world. Sifuentes is now out of the reach of authorities in the United States and Mexico, allowing him to carry on with his fraudulent business practices.   

“The XIFRA/Decentra Universe Story Documentary 2019-2022” appeared on YouTube in April 2022, and in it, Sifuentes claimed to be “the highest compensated individual in the field of network marketing.”   

I earn more than everyone else in business. That’s what I make in a month if you take seven BusinessForHome workers and sum their wages.  

According to films on Decentra’s YouTube account, the Xifra Ponzi scheme will operate alongside Decentra’s membership program.   

Using Decentra’s different services costs $99.95 up front, followed by $34.95 a month (or $349.95 annually) (a travel-booking engine, Decentra University, etc.).   

Decentra is free to use, and the company promises an 88 percent annual return on investment.  

Shane Morand and John C. Maxwell, both of whom are American citizens and, if I’m not mistaken, residents of the United States, have joined Xifra.   

Organo Gold’s Shane Morand is one of the company’s original co-founders and current CEOs. An attempt to sell cryptocurrency schemes to distributors went wrong, and Morand quit Organo Gold.  Trujivan, a Tycoon69 Ponzi Trojan horse, was pitched by Morand in late 2021. 

The deal appears to have fallen through, and Morand is now working with Decentra to continue his scamming of cryptocurrency investors.   

With Dubai as his new home, Morand is now living out his MLM crypto Ponzi dream:   

MLM conventions frequently feature John C. Maxwell as a speaker. Sifuentes appears to have been a part of his life for a long time.   

The use of Maxwell’s name and image to suggest that Xifra Lifestyle and Decentra are not Ponzi schemes is widespread.   

According to Maxwell’s LinkedIn, he lives in Florida.   

This is where the MLM crypto sector is at, despite the obvious absurdity of changing the name of your Ponzi scheme and saying it runs itself to evade regulation.   

To keep the original Xifra Lifestyle Ponzi alive, all that’s needed is a few fresh naive investors.   

Investors in Xifra Lifestyle have claimed that the company is on the verge of bankruptcy.   

On May 29th, the Decentra Xifra Lifestyle Ponzi relaunch will begin.

Everything has gone wrong with Xifra Lifestyle lately. Investors began reporting difficulties withdrawing money in late April.    Apparently, the Ponzi scheme is getting ready to relaunch as Decentra.    Xifra Lifestyle was a simple 200 percent ROI Ponzi scheme that was investigated by us.   According to reports, the scam was handled by Jonathan…

Everything has gone wrong with Xifra Lifestyle lately. Investors began reporting difficulties withdrawing money in late April.    Apparently, the Ponzi scheme is getting ready to relaunch as Decentra.    Xifra Lifestyle was a simple 200 percent ROI Ponzi scheme that was investigated by us.   According to reports, the scam was handled by Jonathan…

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