After Peace Ranch, a “click a button” Ponzi app that was aimed at South Africa, failed, two similar ranch-themed Ponzis are now aimed at Indians.

Nestle Ranch came out in May 2022 or around that time. Even though it has the same name as the well-known brand, Nestle ranch has nothing to do with it.

Nestle Ranch was a little different from Peace Ranch and The Ranch. Affiliates invested in different farm-themed tiers with the promise of a daily return on investment.

Nestle Ranch asked for money in the form of tether (USDT) and Indian rupees.

Nestle Ranch also gave commissions for bringing in new customers down two levels:

level 1 (affiliates you recruited yourself): 6%
level 2 – 3%
Nestle Ranch was supposed to make money for a year, but it went bankrupt in or around August 2022. No one knows how many people were hurt or how much money they lost.

The Ranch came out in April 2022 or around that time and also aimed at India.

The Ranch is more like Peach Ranch than anything else. Affiliates put money into fake “Swedish cows.”

Daily Returns depend on “milking” the cow (this is where you click a button).

Again, you have the Indian rupee and the US dollar. The Ranch also gives referral commissions, but they don’t say how much they are.

The Ranch’s website is still up at “,” but it doesn’t get much traffic, according to SimilarWeb. It’s not clear if this means The Ranch has fallen or not.

Late in 2021, “click a button” app Ponzi schemes started to pop up. They are made by scammers in China, and each launch is usually aimed at a different country.

BehindMLM has found more than 40 “click a button” app Ponzi copies so far.

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