Beurax’s CMO Susan Pope a Russian actor from Moscow

BehindMLM can verify the present face of Beurax, CMO Susan Pope, is a Russian actor.

We suspected as a lot anyway however right here’s the proof…

“Susan Pope” is definitely Xenia Berelet (aka Ksenia Berelet, lit: Ксения Берелет).

She’s is a twenty-eight 12 months previous actor primarily based out of Moscow.

Berelet is a 2020 graduate of the Konstantin Raikin Graduate College of Performing Arts (VSHSI Konstantin Raikin). She will converse Russian, English and French (with a dictionary).

Earlier than signing on because the face of a Ponzi scheme, Berelet made appearances on stage, TV and quick movies.

There are not any uninteresting individuals on this planet! My dream is to play a younger peasant girl and mom nature.

I like the basic absurdity. I need to do a horror film when the character is trying into the darkness (or out of it).

2020 noticed Berelet principally tackle promoting roles. Right here’s one of many final appearances she made.

Then got here Beurax…

Berelet was employed by the scammers behind Beurax to interchange the actor taking part in Brandon Watts.

Watts was credited as Beurax’s founder and CEO. He’s additionally believed to be a Russian actor.

Berelet and the actor taking part in Watts appeared on one video collectively. Just a few weeks later all movies that includes Watts on Beurax’s YouTube channel have been deleted.

Berelet, as Susan Pope, has dedicated herself to being the face of Beurax for about 4 months.

Beurax is a Russian Ponzi scheme that launched mid 2020. On its web site Beurax falsely represents it’s primarily based out of Canberra, Australia.

On the time of publication Alexa ranks the highest sources of site visitors to Beurax’s web site because the US, South Africa and Canada.

Each Canada and South African authorities have issued regulatory warnings in opposition to Beurax. To date there was no public motion from the US.


Replace 1st March 2021 – Beurax CEO Brandon Watts has been outed as a Russian mannequin.


Replace 2nd March 2021 – Beurax has collapsed.