DF Finance Review- Scam

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On its website, DF Finance lacks firm ownership and executive information.   

As I write this, DF Finance’s website is nothing more than a registration/login form for affiliates:  

A promotional video for DF Finance, narrated by none other than Ronae Jull, serves as the basis for this evaluation.   

Last year, Jull came on our radar as “Hope Hill,” the Compliance Officer for the HyperFund Ponzi scheme. 

As a Ponzi scheme, HyperFund did not need a compliance officer, but mentioning one was part of its marketing strategy.   

After HyperFund folded and was relaunched as Hyperverse, Jull seems to have kept a quiet profile.  A reader noted a few weeks ago that Jull officially quit Hyperverse on May 1st. The marketing film for DF Finance on which I am now working was recorded just over a week ago. 

It is unknown whether Jull is merely advertising DF Finance or whether she is a member of the management team.   

The website domain for DF Finance (“dfkxk.com”) was privately registered on March 2, 2022.   

Although DF Finance has only existed for a few months, it fraudulently claims to have “been in operation for more than five years.”   

DF Finance’s claims that it has existed for decades remain false, but I wanted to point out the company’s various domains.   

For whatever reason, DF Finance appears to periodically switch domains. Domains adhere to the format “DF” (a random three-letter string; dfaaa.com, dfxyc.com, dfaac.abc, etc.).   

None of these are legitimate DF Finance domains; the actual three-letter sequences utilized appear to be arbitrary.   

I assume this is an effort to circumvent authorities and regulators.

If an MLM firm is not transparent about who runs or owns it, you should always think twice before joining and/or contributing money.   

Products of DF Finance:   

DF Finance offers no products or services for retail sale.   

Affiliates may only promote affiliate membership with DF Finance.   

Compensation Plan for DF Financing:  

Affiliates of DF Finance invest in tether (USDT) with the expectation of a daily return: 

Investing $255 yields a $12 daily profit.   

VIP3-invest $600 and earn $30 every day.   

VIP4-Invest $1,525 each day and receive $76.   

VIP5-Invest $3,050 per day to make $152 per day.   

Investing $7,050 yields a $354 daily profit.   

VIP7-Invest $15,250 per day and get $747.   

VIP8-invest $42,500 and earn $1,700 every day.   

VIP9-Invest $87,500 every day to earn $3,498. 

There are higher investment levels accessible, but they require “special clearance.”   

Affiliates of DF Finance must accomplish a specific number of daily “tasks” in order to qualify for returns. 

The more an affiliate of DF Finance invests, the more daily activities they must do. This is capped at 200 at the VIP9 investment level. 

There appears to be no ROI ceiling. When affiliates invest, DF Finance does inform them that their “investment will be returned to the bound USDT address within six months.”   

This implies that returns are paid on investments for up to six months.   

Commissions are earned on returns paid to downline affiliates by the DF Finance Team.   

DF has developed a three-tiered marketing strategy to recruit additional agents.   

This shows that commissions are paid at three levels of recruitment by DF Finance.   

Unfortunately, details are not supplied.   

Integrating DF Finance:   

Membership as a DF Finance affiliate is free.   

A minimum $255 investment in tether is required to fully participate in the associated income potential (USDT).   

There appears to be a need for reinvestment at least every six months.   

The marketing ploy of DF Finance involves appearing to have ties with well-known brands.   

DF provides retailers with software as a service.   

For small to large businesses, the company’s platform covers online store design, search engine optimization, hosting, marketing, and security. On the agency side, we assist DF users and merchants with daily data purchases. Amazon, eBay, and BestBuy have also acknowledged DF Finance’s merits. 

This is, of course, complete nonsense. DF Finance has no partnerships with Amazon, eBay, or BestBuy, despite appearances.   

The scheme’s marketing ploy is designed to generate orders for these businesses. It asserts that it charges merchants such as Amazon, eBay, and Best Buy a fee, which it then passes on to investors.   

This is, once again, untrue. The “orders” consist of investors hitting a button in their DF Finance app and receiving notification of a generated, fictitious order.   

Ronae Jull reports that it takes approximately ten minutes to generate fifty orders (by clicking the button fifty times).   

Suppose you planned to begin today at VIP3. It takes a $600 payment in USDT. You are assigned fifty jobs per day, which take approximately ten minutes. Each activity earns you a commission of sixty cents. Your daily commission totals $30, and your evident monthly pay is $900.   

If you inquire as to why affiliates must invest in order to participate in the plan, DF Finance’s marketing ploy collapses further. Aren’t merchant fees used to fund returns?   

DF Finance’s passive investment opportunity is, at a minimum, a securities offering.   

DF Finance offers no proof that its securities offering has been registered with financial regulators. This indicates the corporation is illegally functioning and committing securities fraud.   

In addition, promoters such as Ronae Jull are not registered with the SEC. The promotion of unregistered securities is also a form of securities fraud.   

New investment is the sole verifiable source of revenue entering DF Finance at the end of the day. DF Finance, which operates an app-based Ponzi scheme, is behind the marketing ploy.  

As with other MLM Ponzi schemes, new investment will stop once affiliate recruitment is exhausted.  

This will deprive DF Finance of ROI revenue, ultimately leading to its demise.   

The mathematics underlying Ponzi schemes guarantees that the majority of participants will lose money upon their collapse.   

It was last updated on May 29th, 2022. Ronae Jull is a felon with a record. 

In 1998, Jull was charged with multiple counts of fraud in connection with… wait for it… operating a Ponzi scheme.

On its website, DF Finance lacks firm ownership and executive information.    As I write this, DF Finance’s website is nothing more than a registration/login form for affiliates:   A promotional video for DF Finance, narrated by none other than Ronae Jull, serves as the basis for this evaluation.    Last year, Jull came on…

On its website, DF Finance lacks firm ownership and executive information.    As I write this, DF Finance’s website is nothing more than a registration/login form for affiliates:   A promotional video for DF Finance, narrated by none other than Ronae Jull, serves as the basis for this evaluation.    Last year, Jull came on…

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