On its website, BLQ Football makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.
It is known that BLQ Football runs two websites under the names “blq99.com” and “blq66.com”. There are very likely more.
On May 20, 2022, BLQ Football’s domain names were both privately registered.
Both of BLQ Football’s websites have been translated into Chinese, as can be seen by looking at the source code of any site.
This implies that BLQ Football’s creators have connections to China.
The “99” domain owned by BLQ Football receives insufficient traffic to be tracked by SimilarWeb. The bulk of visits to the “66” domain was from China (64%) and Uganda (36%), though.
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 BLQ Football
There are no sellable goods or services offered by BLQ Football.
Only the BLQ Football affiliate membership itself may be marketed by affiliates.
Compensation Plan for BLQ Football Affiliates of BLQ Football invests tether (USDT) in anticipation of the promised rewards.
The returns provided by BLQ Football are daily variable rates that are paid under the guise of sports betting.
The greatest daily ROI rate that I could find after a quick search was 10.63%.
Three tiers of recruiting are invested in by BLQ Football, and referral commissions are paid on each level (unilevel):
level 1 (affiliates that I directly recruited) – 10%
Level 2: 5%; Level 3: 3%
enrolling in BLQ Football
The BLQ Football affiliate program is free to join.
The linked income possibility requires a tether investment to be fully used.
Football BLQ Summary
Another “click a button” software Ponzi scam is BLQ Football.
Affiliates must “press a button” to make returns on their tether investments.
In BLQ Football, pressing a button is equated with wagering on the results of football games.
It’s not. To pay returns, BLQ Football just recycles invested money.
The “click a button” app Ponzis that have surfaced since late 2021 include BLQ Football.
Along with BLQ Football, BehindMLM has so far identified 38 “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.