Zpmxcfe Review- Scam

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A visit to Zpmxcfe’s website from any device other than a mobile device reveals the following:  

Looking at the source code for that page, we can see that it has been localized to Chinese:   

Zpmxcfe’s website domain (“zpmxcfe.xyz”) was registered using false information with a Chinese registrar.   

This strongly suggests that whoever is in charge of Zpmxcfe has ties to China. 

As always, if an MLM company is not open about who runs or owns it, think twice before joining and/or handing over any money.   

Zpmxcfe’s Products:  

Zpmxcfe does not sell any goods or services.   

Affiliates can only promote the Zpmxcfe affiliate membership.   

Compensation Plan for ZPMXCFE:  

Affiliates of Zpmxcfe invest tether (USDT) on the promise of advertised returns.

VIP0 is completely free.

VIP Small is $30.

VIP1 is $100.

VIP2 is $300.  

VIP3 is $600,

Although ROI amounts are not specified, Zpmxcfe is designed to be a “click a button” task-based investment scheme.   

That is, affiliate investors must click a button in order to qualify for daily returns.  The more money a Zpmxcfe affiliate invests, the more buttons they must click on a daily basis.  Referral commissions are paid when affiliate investors are recruited. There are no specifics provided.   

Zpmxcfe affiliate membership is completely free.  

To fully participate in the attached income opportunity, you must invest $30 to $3000 in tether.   

There is a free investment tier in which affiliates pay nothing but still earn money by clicking buttons. To withdraw this money, I believe you must “upgrade” to a paid investment tier.   

Conclusion:

So we’ve reached the point where Chinese scammers launching “click a button” app Ponzis are simply naming them with entire random strings.   

This is about as stupid as the cookie-cutter con.   

To qualify for daily returns, Zpmxcfe affiliates must invest tether and complete “click a button” tasks.   

Zpmxcfe associates button clicking with social media manipulation (liking posts and videos, commenting, etc.), implying that this generates revenue.   

No, it does not. Zpmxcfe is simply recycling invested funds to pay out returns. The scammers behind Zpmxcfe are selling social media manipulation to third parties (and getting their investors to do the grunt work), but this has nothing to do with the MLM Ponzi scheme. 

Zpmxcfe is one of several “click a button” apps that have been released in recent months.   

We have so far documented:

COTP, where affiliates supposedly clicked a button to trade, failed in May 2022.   

EthTRX is a Ponzi scheme software without daily tasks.   

Yu Klik—clicking a button to generate trading activity.  

KKBT claimed clicking a button created bitcoin mining revenue, targeted South Africa and India, and declared bankruptcy in June 2022.   

EasyTask 888 pretends that hitting a button affects social media (YouTube likes) and targets children.

DF Finance, which offered “buy data” with a button click to ecommerce companies, folded in June 2022.   

Shared989 claimed that pressing a button manipulated social media (YouTube likes); it went bankrupt in June 2022.   

86FB pretended hitting a button meant betting on football, then collapsed.

I pretended clicking a button was related to football betting; I failed.

Clicking a button was linked to football betting until May 2022.   

365Ball pretends that clicking a button leads to football betting (which has already collapsed multiple times).   

YLCH Football makes it look like clicking a button bets on football matches.   

Parkour pretends button-clicking is social media manipulation (YouTube likes, etc.).  I haven’t covered all of these scams. All the current app-based task Ponzi schemes seem to come from the same outfit.

Using simplified Chinese, I assume the gang is from China or Singapore.

A visit to Zpmxcfe’s website from any device other than a mobile device reveals the following:   Looking at the source code for that page, we can see that it has been localized to Chinese:    Zpmxcfe’s website domain (“zpmxcfe.xyz”) was registered using false information with a Chinese registrar.    This strongly suggests that whoever…

A visit to Zpmxcfe’s website from any device other than a mobile device reveals the following:   Looking at the source code for that page, we can see that it has been localized to Chinese:    Zpmxcfe’s website domain (“zpmxcfe.xyz”) was registered using false information with a Chinese registrar.    This strongly suggests that whoever…

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