Beware of NikeGold Trading – Review

There is an MLM investment opportunity called NikeGold Trading Bot.

The NikeGold Trading Bot is a Telegram bot that is maintained by unidentified owners and operators.

Sean Tillery is driving the promotion of the NikeGold Trading Bot in the US.

Tillery was initially discovered by BehindMLM in 2015 under the name “Sean Tillery Legaux.” Tillery was hawking his FuelCoin pyramid scam at the time.

Through Wealth Builders Network Educational Services, often known as WBNES, Tillery operates and advertises frauds.

Uncertainty surrounds Tillery’s involvement with NikeGold Trading Bot. He appears to be the only one with access to the Telegram admins conducting the scam.

Tillery is said to be headquartered in the US state of California.

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 of NikeGold Trading Bot

NikeGold doesn’t provide any goods or services for sale.

The NikeGold affiliate membership itself is the only thing that affiliates may promote.

Compensation Plan for NikeGold Trading Bot

Affiliates of NikeGold Trading Bot make bitcoin investments with the expectation of a daily passive return.

Silver Plan: Earn 0.714% each day on investments between $100 and $299,000

Gold Plan: Receive 1.5% per day on investments between $300,000 and $499,999.

Premium Plan: Earn 2.4% per day on investments of $500,000 or more.

After 180 days, NikeGold Trading Bot stops paying out profits; reinvestment is then necessary to keep earning.

Down three levels of recruiting, NikeGold Trading Bot provides referral commissions on invested monies (unilevel):

level 1 (affiliates that I directly recruited): 5%

2% at level 2, 1% at level 3.

It looks to be free to sign up for affiliate membership with NikeGold Trading Bot.

The associated income opportunity requires a minimum commitment of $100 to participate fully.

Investment in bitcoin, Ethereum, litecoin, dogecoin, tron, and dash is sought by NikeGold Trading Bot.

Conclusion of NikeGold Trading Bot

Telegram A few years ago, Ponzi bots were a thing. Here is a list of the ones BehindMLM has discussed:

With Me, Lara (2016, shut down by Telegram within a few months)

Enterprise Bot Incubator (2016)

2017’s Robinhood Global V-Tec (2017)

Cash, Alpha (2017)

iCenter (2018, collapsed in a few months)

Group of Berlin (2018, collapsed in a few months and was rebooted over and over again)

Bot Minerva Trading (2019)

Bitcoin Trading (2020)

Fantastic Club (2021)

Martingale Bot, a Telegram Ponzi bot discovered in July 2022, was the most recent one.

Currently, it seems like Sean Tillery and his buddies are attempting to revive the niche.

The passive investing opportunity offered by NikeGold Trading Bot is undoubtedly a securities offering.

Sean Tillery and NikeGold Trading Bot aren’t registered with the SEC, according to a review of the SEC’s Edgar database.

Tillery is advertising NikeGold Trading Bot even though he isn’t the owner of it. According to the Securities and Exchange Act, it is forbidden to promote unregistered securities.

Tillery claims NikeGold Trading Bot is “registered with the SEC in the United Kingdom and the United States” in an apparent effort to combat securities fraud.

The SEC does not exist in the United Kingdom, to start with. The FCA oversees the regulation of securities in the UK.

Second, neither Sean Tillery nor NikeGold Trading Bot is registered with the SEC or FCA.

To top it off, Tillery offers a certificate that he claims is equivalent to SEC approval:

You can see that the certificate was granted by the “Presidential Communications Operations Office” if you carefully examine it. The “Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)” is the receiver.

Sean Tillery would have you think that the US SEC has received a “certificate of conformity” from a presidential agency. This is unquestionably the most bombastically idiotic statement that I have recently seen from MLM Ponzi crooks.

What Tillery’s fake certificate has to do with NikeGold Trading Bot is unclear, even if one accepts it at face value.

The transparency seal Tillery is holding in his hand was granted to the Philippine SEC in 2015 and is likely updated.

The second assertion seen in Tillery’s marketing materials is that NikeGold Trading Bot has “been trading for 5 years.”

5. years at a daily rate of 2.4%? And the ultimate effect is that the golden goose is being given away for free on Telegram and fake SEC certificates?


As with all MLM Ponzi scams, the fresh investment will cease as soon as affiliate recruiting does.

Depriving NikeGold Trading Bot of ROI income will eventually cause a crash.

The mathematics behind Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the majority of investors lose money.

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