Beware of The Ranch – Review (Part 3)

Following the demise of Peace Ranch, a “click a button” Ponzi scheme that targeted South Africans, two similar ranch-themed Ponzi schemes are targeting Indians.

Nestle Ranch will debut in or around May 2022. Nestle Ranch, despite its name, has nothing to do with the well-known brand.

Nestle Ranch, unlike Peace Ranch and The Ranch, saw affiliates invest in several agricultural-themed levels with the promise of a daily ROI.

,Nestle Ranch is looking for investors in tether (USDT) and the Indian rupee.

Nestle Ranch also provided referral commissions at the following stages of recruitment:

6% for level 1 (personally recruited affiliates).
level 2 – 3%
Nestle Ranch was meant to pay returns for 365 days, however it went bankrupt in August 2022. The total number of victims and their losses are unclear.

The Ranch will be released in or around April 2022, with a focus on India.

The Ranch is more similar to Peach Ranch. Affiliates invest in fictitious “Swedish cows.”

The daily returns are dependent on “milking” the cow (this is where you click a button).

You have the USDT and the Indian rupee once more. The Ranch also pays referral commissions, however, the amount is not specified.

The Ranch’s website is still up and running at “the ranch.VIP,” however SimilarWeb reports that traffic to the domain is minimal. It’s unclear if this implies The Ranch has collapsed or not.

In late 2021, the “click a button” app Ponzi scams developed. They are the work of Chinese fraudsters, and each launch is tailored to a unique country.

BehindMLM has identified over 40 “click a button” app Ponzi clones to date.

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