Beware of Win on Wealth – Review

On its website, Win on Wealth makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.

The domain name (“”) for Win on Wealth’s website was privately registered on February 26, 2022.

There is a residential address in Tustin, California, listed in the website footer for Win on Wealth.

This location belongs to the California Stock Corporation WOW Win On Wealth (C4847301).

On February 11th, 2022, Wow Win On Wealth was officially established. The company’s registered agent is identified as Trong Hoang Luu. The incorporator is identified as Linh Thuy Le.

The name Trong Hoang Luu is uncommon. Although I can’t guarantee it’s the same individual, I will mention that a Trong Hoang Luu with connections to California is now subject to a FINRA suspension.

Luu is not allowed to “act as a broker or otherwise associate with a broker-dealer company,” according to the 2002 prohibition.

The prohibition relates to WMA Securities Inc., a World Money Group Inc. insurance fraud.

Georgia is where WMA Securities was incorporated. Luu was a member of the company’s Anaheim, California, division.

For many breaches of FINRA’s guidelines, World Money Group and WMA Securities were fined $200,000 in April 2022.

The National Association of Securities Dealers’ request for documentation as part of their inquiry into WMA Securities was ignored, and Luu received his FINRA suspension as a result.

I can also connect the name “AJ Lewis” to Wow Win on Wealth. The person known as AJ Lewis is Homestead, Florida resident Arthur J. Lewis.

Lewis is described as a banker, as stated earlier. According to what I understand, he was presenting Win on Wealth marketing talks in April 2022.

Lewis appeared in certain promotional videos, however, those films have since been taken down.

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

Success with Wealth’s Products

There are no retailable goods or services offered by Win on Wealth.

Only the Win on Wealth affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Gain from Wealth’s Payout Plan

The Win on Wealth compensation plan’s investment component is divided into two components.

The MLM portion of the compensation scheme compensates affiliate investors for Win on Wealth.

Part 1 of the Win on Wealth Investment Scheme (Baby Loan)

The first stage of Win on Wealth’s investing plan is described as the acquisition of a “Baby Loan.”

Affiliates of Win on Wealth pay the business $400 to form a corporation on their behalf.

Through this corporation, a $100,000 loan is obtained, which is divided as follows:

You receive $30,000 to use whatever you choose (which can be used to leverage in other ways you will learn to generate more wealth)

$30k is used to pay for business fees, operational costs, and other items like the compensation plan.

Your company uses $40,000 to create revenue at a rate of 15% each month, or $6000 per month.

You will repay the loan with $2000 each month from the $6000, leaving you with $4000 per month for five years.

In conclusion, affiliates of Win on Wealth invest $400 with the promise of an instant return of $30,000 and a subsequent $4000 every month for five years.

Part 2 of the Win on Wealth Investment Scheme (Daddy Loan)

Win on Wealth refers to the acquisition of a “Daddy Loan” as the second stage of its investing plan.

Associates of Win on Wealth must find 10 Baby Loan affiliates to be eligible for a Daddy Loan (details see above).

According to Win on Wealth, the Daddy Loan has a “$1,500,000 line of credit,” most likely through the same organization that was put up to receive the loan.

The $1.5 million credit line is divided as follows:

You will only ever get one upfront payment of $50,000.

For fees, the corporation receives $150,000.

An investment of $200,000 earns a 15% return. This will produce a monthly income of $30,000.

The lender will get $15,000, leaving you with $15,000 per month for five years.

You still have $1,000,000 to spend on real estate. You’ve also been handed $50,000 for your relocating costs.

In conclusion, affiliates of Win on Wealth receive credit, $1,100,000 upfront, and then $15,000 each month for five years.

MLM Compensation

MLM commissions are paid by Win on Wealth via a unilevel compensation system.

An affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team in a unilevel pay system, and each affiliate they recruited is positioned immediately under them (level 1):

New affiliates brought on by any level 1 affiliates are added to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring on new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on down a theoretically endless number of levels.

MLM commission limitations by Win on Wealth apply to the first 20 tiers of recruiting.

Following are the eighteen tiers of recruiting down which commissions are paid on invested funds:

Part 1

Level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) receives $400 monthly; Level 2 receives $200 monthly; Levels 3 through 8 get $100 monthly; Levels 9 through 18 receive $80 monthly.

levels 1 and 2 cost $2000 per month, $1000 per month, $500 per month, and $400 per month for levels 3 to 18.

Taking part in Win on Wealth

A $499 affiliate membership to Win on Wealth is required.

A minimum of $1.6 million in additional liabilities might occur from corporations formed for affiliates.

Conclusion for Win on Wealth Given that Win on Wealth doesn’t even tell affiliates how they make 15% a month,

An investment of $200,000 earns a 15% return. This will produce a monthly income of $30,000.

Your company uses $40,000 to create revenue at a rate of 15% each month, or $6000 per month.

…it should be clear that whatever loans and credit obtained were done so via fraudulent means.

The long and short of it is that if Win on Wealth’s monthly returns of 15% were real, they would just quietly profit from them.

Instead, you use falsehoods about “the elites” to con others into investing, borrowing, and loaning money;

By getting credit and loans under pretenses, Win on Wealth engages in loan fraud.

With simple qualification requirements, no credit check, and no income verification, the firm will obtain a $100,000 Line of Credit for you.

The Daddy Loan with a $1,500,000 Line of Credit is the name of the Part 2 Loan.

There isn’t a lender or credit provider out there offering this amount of money for involvement in what is almost certainly a Ponzi scheme, I can assure you of that.

The MLM portion of Win on Wealth functions as a pyramid scheme since nothing is advertised or sold to retail clients.

Potential Win on Wealth affiliates are advised to go to the business’ Tustin, California, office:

They are then given a 17-page form to fill out if they decide to join up and participate.

Win on Wealth is utilizing Active Capital Holdings Mega Trust LLC to create front businesses through which to perpetrate fraud, as seen in this form:

Active Capital Holdings Mega Trust LLC claims to have “corporate offices” in Grand Canaria [sic], Florida, New York, and California.

However, by the cited “rules of the United States of America,” Active Capital Holdings Mega Trust LLC is mostly managed by US citizens

Active Capital Holdings LLC is discovered via more investigation. Arthur J. Lewis formed Active Capital Holdings LLC as a Florida corporation in 2019.

Another name for the program is included on Page 11 of Win on Wealth’s affiliate application: Anna Reyes.

Further information on Reyes that was related to Win on Wealth was not available to me. Otherwise, the name seems to be too well-known to come up by chance.

Michael “Mike G. Deal” Glaspie, a known serial con artist, is promoting Win on Wealth.

Dennis Gray, Jack Riley, “Jody” (Jodi? ), “Tony”, and “Charles,” as well.

Win on Wealth is also engaging in securities fraud in addition to loan and credit fraud.

The passive investment program offered by Win on Wealth, which pays 15% a month, is a securities offering regardless of how it is acquired.

Anna Reyes, Arthur J. Lewis, Active Capital Holdings Mega Trust LLC, Win on Wealth, or Active Capital Holdings LLC are not SEC-registered individuals.

On a recent Win on Wealth webinar, “Jody” answered a concern about the SEC from a possible affiliate investor despite committing securities fraud;

Are there any SEC or regulatory concerns?

A: They do not desire it. They don’t want us to transgress the law or act in such a way.

They want to say, “Look, I know, what, it’s interesting, but… any of you guys have heard about a reverse mortgage,” which is what they want to accomplish.

It resembles this a lot. However, with a reverse mortgage, you are never given the house. They maintain the house.

However, while giving you the cash up front, they never give you the house. Instead, they take it, use it as collateral, and profit from it.

So all they’re doing is setting up a system to give you money, follow the rules, and safeguard both themselves and you. In certain ways.

Just when something is called a “reverse mortgage,” it is still illegal.

We see the name “,” which appears on Win on Wealth’s affiliate signup form, has been disabled, indicating Win on Wealth may have already collapsed:

Additionally, the website “” informs us that the firm is



The number of victims and the total amount of money lost, if Win on Wealth collapsed, is unknown. According to SimilarWeb, 96 percent of traffic to “” comes from the US.

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