Lucky Football Review- Scam

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Ponzi scheme Lucky Football has fallen apart. Aside from “luckyfootball1.com,” I’m only aware of two other domains where Lucky Football was active. On May 6th, 2022, “lucky66.com” was re-registered privately through a Singaporean registrar. There was a private registration of “luckyfootball1.com” through the same registrar on March 2nd, 2020. An “ERR NAME NOT RESOLVED” DNS error is returned when attempting to reach either of the two domains currently in use. Ponzi scam Lucky Football was a Nigerian-targeted app. The cryptocurrency tether and the Nigerian naira (NGN) were sought after by Lucky Football as investment options (USDT).

Affiliates of Lucky Football invested NGN or USDT on the prospect of advertised profits. As far as I could tell, Lucky Foot was offering a daily ROI of 4.01 percent. Affiliates were also paid for bringing in new members on their own. 

You will earn 10,000 NGN for bringing in five new affiliates. Earn 35,000 NGN if you build a network of 20 affiliates. In order to receive 200,000 NGN, you must build a network of 50 people. Earn 400,000 NGNA by building a team of 100 affiliates. 

As an incentive, the company also gave a “monthly compensation” based on total downline recruitment: Build 

You can earn 20,000 NGN a month by building a downline of 30 affiliates. Earn 40,000 NGN a month by building a downline of 60 associates. To receive 170,000 NGN each month, you must build a downline of 240 members. The more affiliates you have, the more money you will make each month. Earn 1,200,000 NGN a month by building a downline of 1,000 affiliates. 

Members of the Lucky Football affiliate’s first six unilevel teams were counted as downline affiliates for the monthly salary. Commissions on investment funds were also paid down six tiers of recruiting in the same unilevel team structure:

a starting point (personally recruited affiliates). – 10% of the levels 2–6% of the levels 3–4% of the levels 4–3% of the levels 5–2% of the levels 6–1% 

Bets on football matches were Lucky Football’s Ponzi scheme. 

However, only fresh investments were linked to future returns. It is believed that Lucky Football was first introduced in April of 2022. The Ponzi scam finally came to an end in May when new money stopped flowing in. Tron.BI is a “click-a-button” software, like many others that have appeared in the last few months. 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. 

Presuming that the action of pressing a button will cause trade to occur is known as Yu Klik. Indonesia 

South Africa and India were targeted by KKBT, which claimed that clicking a button generated cryptocurrency mining revenue. A collapse occurred in early 2022, when 

YouTube likes were used as an example of how to manipulate social media in EasyTask 888 – by pretending that clicking on a button is linked to social media manipulation. Colombia 

After pretending to generate “buy data” for e-commerce platforms, DF Finance folded. 

Sharing989 ceased to exist – pretending to link button clicks to social media manipulation (likes on YouTube, for example).

After pretending that clicking on a button meant betting on the results of soccer matches, the website 86FB went down in flames. 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. 

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 2022N9 Football-claimed that affiliates who clicked a button were related to betting on the outcome of football matches (expired 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). 

Let’s pretend that a button affiliate clicked was related to a bet on the outcome of a football game (expired 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.

Ponzi scheme Lucky Football has fallen apart. Aside from “luckyfootball1.com,” I’m only aware of two other domains where Lucky Football was active. On May 6th, 2022, “lucky66.com” was re-registered privately through a Singaporean registrar. There was a private registration of “luckyfootball1.com” through the same registrar on March 2nd, 2020. An “ERR NAME NOT RESOLVED” DNS…

Ponzi scheme Lucky Football has fallen apart. Aside from “luckyfootball1.com,” I’m only aware of two other domains where Lucky Football was active. On May 6th, 2022, “lucky66.com” was re-registered privately through a Singaporean registrar. There was a private registration of “luckyfootball1.com” through the same registrar on March 2nd, 2020. An “ERR NAME NOT RESOLVED” DNS…

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