the Who.is is public now, remove that point first.
It takes more than that, identities should be verifiable to get that point removed.
However, the info is very interesting nonetheless, and should if anything earn you bonus points. Googling Michel Lavoi, the name of the registrant, about the first hit you get is this:
More recently, Lavoie has been promoting “Sky Coin Lab”:
Sky Coin Lab accepts investments from affiliates on the promise of ROIs paid out via BitCoin.
michel lavoie (right) also has promotional videos for Trideci (UltraXProject Ponzi scheme relaunch) and GlobalAdShare (a $10 Ponzi scheme) on his account.
On the executive side of things, early last year Lavoie launched ProMatrixPlus. A similar-looking opportunity to GoldAdMatrix, ProMatrixPlus charged participants $27.50 to participate, and paid them on the recruitment of new affiliates via a series of matrices.
A visit to the ProMatrixPlus website indicates the scheme has stalled some time ago, and is likely the reason Lavoie has launched GoldAdMatrix a year or so later.
Read more here: http://behindmlm.com/companies/goldadmatrix-review-2-567-recruitment-driven-scheme/
Yep, that same Michel Lavoie has been organising ponzi's before. As has his associate Hirsch, all the way back to Zeek Rewards and the like:
Hirsch (right) has a long history of releasing recruitment-driven matrix scams. His last venture was Rocket Cash Cylcler v2 (stylised as RCCv2), which launched back in February. Alexa statistics reveal that RCCv2 flopped, which when coupled with the recruitment requirements required to keep the scheme afloat, means that it’s likely collapsed some time ago.
Prior to RCCv2 Hirsch launched Rocket Cash Cycler in mid 2013 as a silent owner. Also recruitment dependent, RCCv2 launched when RCCv1 began to collapse.
Rocket Cash Cycler itself was a reboot of Hirsch’s prior matrix scheme, Cloud 2×2.
Going back even further, Hirsch was then involved in the Ponzi schemes Zeek Rewards and Bidify. I’ve previously covered Hirsch’s earlier MLM history in BehindMLM’s cloud2x2 review:
Todd Hirsch was a member of the recently stopped $600 million Ponzi scheme Zeek Rewards and is also a self-described “top earner” member of Bidify.
Hirsch currently claims to be the “#4 top earning” affiliate in Bidify.
Bidify, a penny auction (Bidsson) attached to an MLM business opportunity had a similar Ponzi points compensation plan to Zeek, which was immediately changed following SEC action against Zeek Rewards.
Hirsch recently claimed in a video that he was involved in promoting Zeek Rewards and recruiting new investors knowing full well it was a Ponzi scheme.
Hirsch also recently claimed on Troy Dooly’s MLMHelpdesk that he is a member of the suspected Ponzi investment scheme, ‘Banners Broker’.
Describing himself as a “program jumper” on his blog, Hirsch claims he’s ‘in about seven different programs at this time and (that he’s) joined and been apart of maybe over 50+ programs since (he) started in online marketing in early 2010.‘
Mike Lavoie, named as the CEO of Skycoinlabs in BitCoin Cycler marketing materials is a longtime partner of Hirsch’s. In their marketing efforts, Cloud 2×2 affiliates named Lavoie as co-founder of the scheme with Hirsch.
michel-lavoie-mike-goldadmatrix-adminOnly a few months ago, Lavoie (right) launched GoldAdMatrix. Similar to Hirsch’s matrix scams, Lavoie’s GoldAdMatrix had affiliates buy-in for between $2 to $567 and required constant recruitment to maintain commission payouts.
Alexa reveals some activity in Italy, but otherwise shortly after launch GoldAdMatrix appears to have flopped.
The mention of Sky Coin Labs in BitCoin Cycler’s marketing materials is interesting, as Lavoie (“frenchy36″) was seen promoting the scheme back in April:
Rest here: http://behindmlm.com/mlm-reviews/bitcoin-cycler-review-todd-hirsch-tries-bitcoin/
Im sure thats all very reassuring.