On its website, AOL918 says nothing about who owns or runs the business.

The domain name for AOL918’s website, “aol918.com,” was registered privately on March 10, 2022.

If we look at the website’s source code, we can see that it has been changed to Chinese:

This makes it very likely that the people behind AOL918 are connected to China.

SimilarWeb shows that traffic to AOL918’s website has gone up a lot, and that most of it is coming from Turkey.

It’s important to note that AOL918 works from more than one domain.

aol518.com
aol988.com
There might even be more.

If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.

The Products of AOL918
AOL918 has no products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only promote AOL918 affiliate membership.

The Pay Plan for AOL918
Affiliates of AOL918 can download an app and put the equivalent of EUR in tether (USDT).

This is done because they say they will make money:

VIP1: Put in €100 and get €4 every day.
VIP2: Put in €500 and get €20 every day.
VIP3: Put in €1,000 and get €39 every day.
VIP4: Put in €2,000 and get €80 every day.
VIP5: Put in €3000 and get €120 per day.
Affiliates of AOL918 must click a button in order to get paid every day.

The more money an AOL918 affiliate puts in, the more times they have to click the button each day to meet the requirements.

Affiliates that AOL918 brings in who invest USDT earn commissions:

Most click-a-button apps use a three-level deep compensation structure, but they don’t say how it works.

Signing up to be an AOL918 affiliate is free.

To fully take advantage of the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least €100 in tether.

The end of AOL918
AOL918 is another app-based task-based Ponzi scheme run by people who seem to be from China.

AOL918 stands for “clicking a button” to make money off of social media:

Not at all. All AOL918 does is invest money and use it to pay returns.

AOL918 is one of several “click a button” Ponzi apps that have come out in the past few months.

So far, BehindMLM has kept track of:

COTP said that affiliates clicking a button would cause trading activity. It fell apart in May 2022. EthTRX, an app-based Ponzi scheme where the daily task part was turned off, also fell apart. July 2022: Yu Klik pretends that clicking a button makes trading happen, and it’s aimed at millennials. Indonesia
KKBT said that clicking a button would bring in money from crypto mining. It went after South Africa and India and fell apart in early June 2022.
EasyTask 888 pretends that clicking a button is linked to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), targets Colombia, and fails. July 2022: DF Finance, which said that clicking a button created “purchase data” that was sold to ecommerce platforms, went out of business. June 2022
Shared989 said that clicking a button was linked to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, for example), but it failed in June 2022. 86FB said that clicking a button was linked to betting on football game outcomes, but it failed in June 2022. April 2022
0W886 pretended that clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of a football game, but it fell apart in May 2022. U91 pretended that clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of a football game, but it fell apart in May 2022. (has collapsed multiple already)
YLCH Football pretends that clicking a button is linked to betting on the outcome of football games. It went bankrupt in July 2022. Parkour pretends that clicking a button is linked to manipulating social media (YouTube likes, for example). It went bankrupt in July 2022. OTCAI pretended that affiliates clicking a button caused trading activity. It went bankrupt in May 2022. N9 Football pretended that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of
EFG Football, which said that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the results of football games, fell apart. May 2022: GP Football, which said that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of a football game, fell apart. May 2022: Lucky Football, which said that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of a football game, failed. May 2022: WT91, which made it look like affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of a football game, fell apart. July 2022
Mars Football, which claimed that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football games, failed. July 2022
MC Football, which claimed that affiliates clicking a button was linked to betting on the outcome of football games, failed. July 2022
PerRank, which claimed that affiliates clicking a button brought in orders for e-commerce partners, went bankrupt. June 2022
Zpmxcfe pretends that clicking a button has something to do with manipulating social media (likes on YouTube, etc.), but it fell apart in July 2022.
Let’s Yarn says that clicking a button on Etsy will bring in orders, but it went out of business in July 2022. Big Forest says that affiliates clicking a button will bring in orders for ecommerce partners, but it went out of business in July 2022.
All of the recent tasks done with apps Ponzi schemes seem to be started by the same group of con artists in China.

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