OTCAI’s “click-a-button” Ponzi scam has crashed. OTCAI lasted less than a month after its April 2022 launch.

OTCAI’s website returned a “connection rejected” issue at the time of publication. OTCAI affiliates bought tether (USDT) for advertised returns.

OTCAI’s “click a button” Ponzi scheme produced trading activity.

It was nonsense. OTCAI re-invested funds to pay returns. OTCAI’s MLM provided commissions on investor recruitment.  15% for the first level (self-recruited) 10th on level 2,  5% at the third level.

The Boris CEO set OTCAI apart from other “click-a-button” apps like Ponzi. 

“Romser Bennett” was an eastern European-accented Boris CEO actor.  Russian scammers create Boris CEOs, while Southeast Asians create “click a button” Ponzis.

OTCAI suggests cross-scamming. Either the Russians contract out their apps to China or the Chinese to the Boris CEO factory. Boris isn’t the first CEO of a “click a button” app like Ponzi.

Also, 365 Ball OTCAI was short-lived, so financial damage was limited.

SimilarWeb estimates OTCAI fell during the investor recruitment peak. In May 2022, Ghana (30%), Indonesia (17%), Peru (8%) and Russia were OTCA’s leading traffic sources.

OTCAI is a new “click a button” app.

Our documents: 

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.

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