YLCH Football provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
YLCH Football’s website domain (“ylch8.com”), was privately registered on May 20th, 2022.
At time of publication YLCH Football’s website is nothing more than a gateway to their app.
If you click the support icon the page, you’re redirected to a chat bot.
The source-code for YLCH Football’s chatbot website contains Chinese:
SimilarWeb currently attributes 100% of YLCH8 Football’s website traffic as originating from Colombia.
That was as of April 2022. Personally most of the YLCH Football marketing I saw was in Turkish.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
YLCH Football’s Products
YLCH has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market YLCH Football itself.
YLCH Football’s Compensation Plan
YLCH affiliates invest tether (USDT), on the promise of advertised variable returns.
The highest percentage I saw in researching YLCH Football was 3.84%. The minimum investment amount appears to be 20 USDT.
The MLM side of YLCH Football pays on recruitment of affiliate investors:
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 15%
- level 2 – 8%
- level 3 – 5%
Joining YLCH Football
YLCH Football affiliate membership is free.
Full participation in the attached income opportunity requires a minimum 20 USDT investment.
YLCH Football is yet another “click a button” app Ponzi scheme.
Affiliates invest tether and are required to “click a button”. YLCH Football represents clicking a button is tied to gambling on football match outcomes.
In fact all YLCH Football are doing is recycling invested funds to pay returns.
YLCH Football is part of a group of “click a button” app Ponzis launched over the past few months.
Thus far BehindMLM has documented:
- COTP – pretended affiliates clicking a button generated trading activity, collapsed May 2022
- EthTRX is a similar app-based Ponzi, with the daily task component disabled
- Yu Klik – pretends clicking a button generates trading activity, targeting Indonesia
- KKBT – pretended clicking a button generates crypto mining revenue, targeted South Africa and India & collapsed early June 2022
- EasyTask 888 – pretends clicking a button was tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), targets Colombia
- DF Finance – pretended clicking a button generated “purchase data” which was sold to ecommerce platforms, collapsed June 2022
- Shared989 – pretended clicking a button was tied to social media manipulation (YouTube likes), collapsed June 2022
- 86FB – pretended clicking a button was tied to gambling on football match outcomes, collapsed April 2022
- 0W886 – pretended clicking a button was tied to gambling on football match outcomes, collapsed May 2022
- U91 – pretended clicking a button was tied to gambling on football match outcomes, collapsed May 2022
- 365Ball – pretends clicking a button is tied to gambling on football match outcomes, (has collapsed multiple already)
There are more of these scams around that I haven’t got to yet.
All the recent app-based task Ponzis appear to be launched by the same group of scammers.
Based on the use of simplified Chinese, I suspect the group are operating out of China or Singapore.