Jan-Eric Nyman’s eComelize pyramid scheme victims are now being sent to BinaryTorrent. BinaryTorrent looks like a new version of a pyramid scheme with a new way to market itself and its tokens.
In an agreement sent by “Bo Jensen” from a BinaryTorrent email address, a “rescue package” is promised to eComelize victims in an agreement.
The package supposedly includes shares bought in a UK shell company set up by Nyman (security fraud),
money lost on eComelize “MLM packages” (wire fraud),
and money lost on eComelize “MLM positions” (wire fraud).
I reviewed eComelize. From what I’ve read, I can’t tell what the difference is between MLM packages and positions.
No one talked about selling shares in a UK shell company illegally, so it looks like Nyman built on eComelize after our review came out.
Nyman is the face of Lucky Dozens, an illegal lottery scheme that will start in the middle of 2021.
As of September 20, 2021, it looks like Lucky Dozens have been left behind. The original website domain for Lucky Dozen goes to “MembersOnly.”
“Launch Day S.R.L. owns and runs MembersOnly.” This is a fake company that Nyman set up in Costa Rica. MembersOnly doesn’t get any traffic, which suggests that it has also gone down.
It’s not clear if Lucky Dozens victims are also being sent to BinaryTorrent. The marketing pitch for BinaryTorrent says that the company has “unique marketing agreements” with Made4Share Publishing LLC and Lapland Mineral Inc.
Something about “publishing apps” and something about Lapland Mineral Gold Token (LMGT).
As the marketing slide for BinaryTorrent shows above, LMGT is a BEP-20 token. These are easy to set up and don’t cost much or anything. And it’s clear that neither Lapland Mineral Inc. nor LMGT has anything to do with gold. As part of the eComelize reload scam, BinaryTorrent says it will turn 50% of your failed investment into LMGT.
The exchange rate is based on the price of gold at the time this was written, which was €56.00 per gram. Each token is worth €5.60 because it is backed by 0.1 grams of gold collateral agreement.
LMGT is a BEP-20 shittoken, as was already said. These are made on demand by BinaryTorrent for little or no cost. This is how BinaryTorrent can offer a “rescue package” to eComelize victims. Give the suckers who were scammed before some bullshit tokens and hope they’ll sell the new scam. That’s what the rescue package from BinaryTorrent is all about.
By signing this agreement, you give up any claims you might have had in the past or in the future based on investments, purchases of MLM packages, or MLM positions you held in eComelize.
One could even go a step further and call BinaryTorrent an eComelize exit scam. Give the losers some tokens so they’ll stop bugging you about how much money they lost. Get money out of Dubai.
How come you’ve lost money again? We gave you gold-valued tokens. Find someone who is even more trustworthy than you are and be willing to pay for them.
As for who’s behind BinaryTorrent and its related shell companies, Made4Share Publishing and Lapland Mineral, Nyman’s name doesn’t show up anywhere on BinaryTorrent’s website, if that wasn’t already clear.
According to the Lapland Mineral Gold Token slide above, Jan-Eric Nyman and his insiders are in place.
The next people who fall for eComelize will be signed up, and the public can expect to lose money to them in Q4 2022.
A full review of Scampatrol BinaryTorrent is coming soon.