On its website, FocuStar makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.
The domain name “focustar.io” for FocuStar’s website was privately registered on April 10, 2022.
The FocuStar website has been translated into Chinese, as can be seen by looking at the source code:
This is a clear indication that whoever is behind FocuStar is connected to China.
Spain (59%) and neighboring Morocco (41%) are now the top two countries that refer visitors to FocuStar’s website, according to SimilarWeb.
4th September 2022 update Additionally, FocuStar runs from the “focuser. cc” domain, which was privately registered on April 10, 2022.
According to SimilarWeb, the top three countries sending traffic to FocuStar.CC domains are Ukraine (14%), the US (15%), and Germany (48%). ends updating
FocuStar has an official YouTube channel, even though it is not linked to its website. There is a leased office video with “Alan Walker” in it.
Walker reads from a screenplay in which it is said that FocuStar is based in the US. This is based on incorporation that purports to be in Colorado.
Hassan Salim, an Abu Dhabi-based Moroccan actor with connections to Russia, is Alan Walker.
Salim had a VKontakte account up until very recently, but I’m not sure exactly what his connections to Russia are.
The biggest social networking site in Russia is called VK, and it only supports Russian users.
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.
Products from FocuStar
There are no resaleable goods or services offered by FocuStar.
Affiliates are limited to marketing the actual FocuStar affiliate membership.
The Compensation Plan for FocuStar
Tether (USDT) investments by FocuStar affiliates are based on the promise of promised returns.
VIP1: Make a 150 USDT investment to earn 4.40 USDT every day.
VIP2: Invest 350 USDT and get daily payments of 10.40 USDT
VIP3: Invest 800 USD and get 24 USD daily.
VIP4: Invest 1450 TRY and get 45 TRY per day.
VIP5 earns 105 USDT every day for investing 3100 USDT.
“Daily chores” are linked to returns. Affiliates of FocuStar may earn between 1 and 2.10 USDT for every job by liking YouTube videos.
For a FocuStar affiliate to obtain the highest ROI rate, they must click more buttons daily the more they contribute.
FocuStar’s MLM division compensates for the recruitment of affiliate investors.
Down three levels of recruiting, FocuStar offers referral fees on monies invested (unilevel):
level 1 (affiliates individually recruited) – 13%
Level 2 is 5%; Level 3 is 2%.
Commissions on ROI
FocuStar pays ROI commissions on the daily profits made by affiliates it has attracted.
Similar to referral commissions, ROI commissions are paid at each of the following three stages of hiring:
levels 1 through 3: 3%, 2%, and 1%
It costs nothing to become a FocuStar affiliate member.
An initial investment of 150 to 3100 USDT is necessary for full participation.
Although there is a free and a 20 USDT VIP tier, they are only accessible to investors who choose to enter VIP1 through VIP5 investment programs.
FocuStar uses Boris CEO marketing, which sets it apart from other “hit a button” software Ponzi scams.
Videos featuring Boris CEO are often produced by con artists in Russia or Ukraine.
A Moroccan individual who appears to be residing in the UAE and has unspecified links to Russia is the subject of this case.
This logically suggests that Russians in Dubai are collaborating with Chinese con artists.
Whatever FocuStar’s particular history, it’s probably not worth explaining. App with a button Ponzi schemes frequently collapses quickly after they are launched.
FocuStar illustrates how manipulating YouTube by “pressing a button” earns income:
There isn’t. The only thing that FocuStar does is recycle invested money to pay returns.
The “click a button” app Ponzis appearing in late 2021 includes FocuStar.
Along with FocuStar, BehindMLM has so far compiled information on 37 “click a button” app Ponzi schemes. Before crumbling, the majority of them endure a few weeks to a few months.
The “click a button” app Ponzi scourge is thought to be the work of the same set of Chinese con artists.