GP Football Review- Scam

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There has been a breakdown in the GP Football Ponzi scheme.   

GP Football used the domain “gp686.com” for its website.   

Private registration of GP686 took place on January 8th, 2022, via a Chinese registrar.   

The GP Football website’s attempts to be accessed are met with access prohibited or tunneling issues (i.e. the scammers behind it pulled the plug).   

Ponzi scheme: Nigerians were targeted by the “click a button” app. Ponzi fraud, GP Football.   

GP Football required a minimum investment of Nigerian Naira (NGN) and tether, a cryptocurrency (USDT).   

The amount of money invested appears to be 3000 NGN or 100 USDT.   

GP Football affiliates made NGN or USDT investments in order to receive the advertised profits.   

On GP Football, the highest daily ROI I could find was 8.84%.   

It was GP Football’s MLM side that was paid for bringing in new investors.  8% of the population (personally recruited affiliates) 5% (level 2). 3% of the total (level 3)  As part of the “click a button” Ponzi scheme, GP Football placed bets on football games.   

However, only fresh investments were linked to future returns.   

In or around April 2022, GP Football was released as a service. GP Football was forced to shut down when new investment dried up after a few weeks.   

The “click a button” software Ponzis that have shown up in recent months include GP Football.   

We have so far documented Attempts to increase trade activity by pretending that affiliates clicked a button failed in May 2022.  

Similar to the daily task Ponzi, EthTRX is an app-based Ponzi that has been turned off. Yun Klik – pretends that clicking a button results in trading activity, with an emphasis on Indonesian markets.    

In early June of 2022 after pretending that pressing a button generated crypto mining revenue and focusing on South Africa and India.   

Clicking on an EasyTask button was related to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), and the EasyTask 888 scheme, which targeted South Africa and India, went bust early in June 2022.   

Colombia- pretended to produce “buy data” by clicking on a button and selling it to ecommerce sites; failed in June 2022 as DF Finance.   

Sharing a button was tied to social media manipulation (like YouTube likes, for example), but when Shared989 claimed that clicking a button was linked to betting on football match results, it fell under the weight of the evidence.   

Pretending to bet on the outcome of football matches after pretending to click the button claimed that pressing a button had anything to do with placing a wager on the outcome of a football game and promptly fell apart.   

In the year 2022, in particular, Bet on football matches by just clicking a button at 365Ball.com (has already collapsed multiple times).   

There is an appearance that clicking on a button is linked to placing a wager on the outcome of a football game when using YLCH Football.   

Social media manipulation is shown as a link between parkour and hitting a button (YouTube likes, etc.).    Affiliates were supposed to produce trading activity by clicking on a button, but OTCAI went bankrupt pretending this was the case. May 2022 N9 Football-affiliates were led to believe that clicking a button had some connection to betting on the results of a football game (which collapsed May 2022).   

It pretends affiliates’ clicking on a button has something to do with TRX cloud mining. Tron.BI   

In order to make affiliates believe that they were placing bets on the results of football games, EFG Football had them click on a button (defunct as of May 2022).  There are more of these scams out there that I haven’t yet discovered.   

To my knowledge, there have been no new app-based task Ponzi schemes in recent memory.  I believe the group is based in China or Singapore based on the use of simplified Chinese.

There has been a breakdown in the GP Football Ponzi scheme.    GP Football used the domain “gp686.com” for its website.    Private registration of GP686 took place on January 8th, 2022, via a Chinese registrar.    The GP Football website’s attempts to be accessed are met with access prohibited or tunneling issues (i.e. the…

There has been a breakdown in the GP Football Ponzi scheme.    GP Football used the domain “gp686.com” for its website.    Private registration of GP686 took place on January 8th, 2022, via a Chinese registrar.    The GP Football website’s attempts to be accessed are met with access prohibited or tunneling issues (i.e. the…

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