Panthera Trade Technologies owns the domain name AutoTrade Gold, despite the fact that the company calls itself AutoTrade Gold.

“AutoTrade Gold API platform” is supposedly available from Panthera Trade Technologies. Claims: Panthera Trade Technologies says it’s “one of LegoMarket’s introducing brokers.” A Saint Vincent and the Grenadines-based company,

LegoMarket LLC, is a shell company. Licensed AutoTrade Gold accounts are sold by Pansaka, a third-party company. P.T.P. Pansaky Berdikari Bersama” is the name given to the company on its website. Given that… Registration for AutoTrade Gold affiliates is handled by Pansaka, and customer service for AutoTrade Gold is handled by Panthera Trade Technologies… Almost certainly, Panthera Trade Technologies and Pansaka are run by the same person or group.

AutoTrade Gold, Panthera Trade Technologies, and Pansaka do not disclose the company’s ownership. The Pansaka website is hosted on an Indonesian IP address. There is a strong possibility that the person behind AutoTrade Gold has Indonesian ties, but this isn’t conclusive. A private registration of Panthera Trade Technologies’ website domain, “,” was made on June 3, 2021.

On December 7th, 2020, Pansaka’s website domain ( was privately registered. According to Alexa, the United States is the primary source of traffic for Panthera Trade Technologies and Pansaka’s websites as of this writing (50 percent and 46 percent respectively).

Indonesia is the only other significant source of traffic, accounting for 38% and 44% of all traffic. In this respect, AutoTrade Gold’s Indonesian ties are confirmed. However, the US’s traffic dominance remains a mystery. If an MLM company does not tell you who runs or owns it, you should think twice before joining or handing over any money.

The Products of AutoTrade Gold. AutoTrade Gold does not offer any products or services that can be resold. In order to promote AutoTrade Gold, affiliates can only promote the membership itself. As a part of AutoTrade Gold’s Compensation Plan AutoTrade Gold’s trading bot is available to AutoTrade Gold affiliates for a fee. Those who pay $112 for a license are allowed to trade between $100 and $500. Those who pay $224 for the second license can trade between $100 and $5000. If you pay $560 for the third license, you can trade between $100 and $30,000. License 4 – for $2800, you can trade from $100 to $1,000,000 if you want. License 5 – for $3920, you can trade up to $1,000,000 or more on the stock market.

You should know that even though USD amounts are shown, all payments within AutoTrade Gold and its affiliated companies are made in cryptocurrency. On the MLM side of AutoTrade Gold, affiliates are paid based on how much money they trade. In the rankings, AutoTrade Gold Affiliates It’s possible to earn money as an AutoTrade Gold affiliate in any one of five ways.

In addition to their respective requirements, they are as follows: AutoTrade Gold Sub IB Partner – invest at least $3000, and personally recruit at least twenty affiliates who collectively invest at least $30,000 in AutoTrade At least $7500 must be invested and at least thirty-five affiliates must be personally recruited, all of whom must have invested at least $75,000 together.

There are three levels of investment: IB – a minimum investment of $15,000; MIB – a minimum investment of $250,000; and IB – a minimum investment of $15,000; and IB – a minimum investment of $50,000; and IB – a minimum investment of $50,000; and MIB – at least $250,000;

Commissions for referring new customers Unilevel compensation is used for AutoTrade Gold’s referral commissions. When an affiliate recruits’ new members, they are placed at the top of their unilevel team (level 1), and each new member is placed directly under them (level 2). There are no level 2 positions for any level 1 affiliates who bring in new members to their unilevel team.

As long as any level 2 affiliates recruit other level 2 affiliates, they are placed on the next level and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels There are no more than four paid unilevel team levels in AutoTrade Gold. Depending on your position, you may be eligible to receive a referral commission at any one of the following four levels: Level 1 Sub IB affiliates earn 20% and level 2 Sub IB affiliates earn a 10% commission. IBs are paid 20% on level 1 and 10% on levels 2 and 3 for their services.

On level 1, MIBs are paid 20%, and on levels 2 to 4, they are paid 10%. Fees paid by AutoTrade Gold affiliates are also used to generate business. On this volume, it’s not clear if commissions will be paid out. In order to become an AutoTrade Gold AutoTrade Gold affiliate, you must pay a $112 to $3920 license fee. License 1 costs $112, License 2 costs $224, License 3 costs $560, and License 4 costs $2800, respectively. 5 – $3920 In order to earn more money as an AutoTrade Gold affiliate, you must pay more in license fees.

AutoTrade Gold’s income opportunity requires a Pansaka and Panthera Trade Technologies account to participate fully. AutoTrade Gold’s cryptocurrency payments are also worth noting.

It’s a typical “lulz can’t touch our money” Ponzi scheme, run by Pansaka and Panthera Trade Technologies. An unknown person has created a trading bot that claims to make 15% a month by trading in gold. No one on the planet is selling you access to a bot that returns 15% a month for as little as $112.

Anyone who is running AutoTrade Gold would be making a lot of money if they were able to consistently generate 15% a month. That’s not going to happen, for reasons that should be obvious.

Using the term “the gold market,” AutoTrade Gold claims to make money through trading. At some point, it is expected that this will be expanded to include cryptocurrency, oil, and foreign currency trading. Trades are not shown to have taken place in any way (the only acceptable proof would be audited financial reports). A “lulz can’t touch our money” Ponzi scheme relies on rigged trades as its foundation. This creates the impression that affiliates are being paid until new investment ceases. This causes a collapse that results in all trades being rigged in favor of AutoTrade Gold’s administrator at this point.

Affiliate accounts are wiped clean during this procedure. If the bot was hacked or malfunctioned, this exit-scam is usually accompanied by a message that says so.

I’d like to point out that AutoTrade Gold is pretending to be legit through LegoMarket LLC. The NFA’s basic registration for LegoMarket is meaningless. And yet another meaningless registration with the ASIC. For one thing, LegoMarket is an anonymous shell company that is registered in an unreliable jurisdiction and most likely has fake information. Basic registration with the NFA by LegoMarket has no effect because it does not address AutoTrade Gold’s status as an unregistered security offering The ASIC registration of LegoMarket is of no significance.

Financial disclosures have not yet been made, and AutoTrade Gold is not actively soliciting investment from Australians. In Australia, LegoMarket is registered as “LEGO MARKET LLC PTY LTD,” a shell company. A basic incorporation anywhere is of no use for due diligence. AutoTrade Gold and its affiliates must be registered with financial regulators in both the United States and Indonesia, which are its primary sources of new investment. In the United States, that’s the Securities and Exchange Commission. Securities in Indonesia are overseen by the Financial Services Authority.

Due to its “lulz can’t touch our money” Ponzi scheme, neither AutoTrade Gold nor its associated companies are registered with the SEC and FSA. As long as AutoTrade Gold isn’t registered, you’re still engaging in securities fraud.

The mathematics of Ponzi schemes ensures that most participants lose money when they fail. AutoTrade Gold affiliates who sign up for Pansaka and Panthera Trade also have to provide personal information. Your ID (identity card, passport or driver’s license) and a selfie with your ID close to your face should be included in the application process.

Additionally, AutoTrade Gold affiliates are vulnerable to identity theft as a result of this. In general, it’s a bad idea to share your personal information with people you don’t know. Ponzi schemers should not be given access to your personal information.

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