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DGPBot- Crook Review



On its website, DGPBot fails to reveal ownership or executive information. The website domain of DGPBot (“”) was registered for the first time in 2020.

The registration of the domain was last updated on January 26, 2022. The owner is listed as Toto Dinar Wijaksono of PT. Hayuning Indo Tech, with an address in Megelang, Indonesia.

As far as I am able to tell, Wijaksono operates out of Indonesia and has devised various trading bot investment schemes. DGPBot was introduced in mid-2021, alongside DigiBot the previous year. A press release from October 2021 identifies Zainul Wasti as the scheme’s “top leader”:  

Toto Wijaksono is listed as the company’s owner; The Digibos Trading Platform, also known as DGPBOT Autopilot, is a robot for crypto trading that has been rigorously tested for success.

The occasion was also attended by Toto Dinar Wijaksono, the owner of Digibos, who was asked to be the keynote speaker. Digibos operated from “” and offered passive returns to investors using the “DGPBot” trading bot.

The Digibos, introduced around June 2021, lasted less than six months. In early 2022, Digibos was reborn as DGPBot following its demise. Between Digibos and DGPBot, there may have been a brief Dgibos (no “i”) relaunch operating from “” (around October/November 2021).

DGPaytech is another noteworthy company. DIGIBOS is an amazing AUTOPILOT TRADING ROBOT.

“ establishedunder license from Indonesia’s Hyuning Tech.”

This is from a Digibos promotional film uploaded on YouTube on August 5, 2021. The website domain for DGPaytech has since been disabled. The website for Hayuning Indo Tech is “” It is an anonymous blockchain company that claims to be behind DGPBot and other crypto scams:  

If Toto Wijaksono is responsible for DGPBot, then he must also own Hayuning Indo Tech. In late 2021, “” was launched as a badly organized DGPBot support website.  

Due to language problems, it was difficult to find Toto Dinar Wijaksono. In September of last year, Digibos had a subpar livestream with “Digibos leaders”:  

I suspect that the individual with the Zoom account “TDW” is Toto Dinar Wijaksono.

If an MLM firm is not transparent about who runs or owns it, you should always think twice before joining and/or contributing money.

DGPBot’s Merchandise: 

DGPBot does not offer any items or services for sale. Affiliates are only permitted to promote DGPBot affiliate membership.

Plan of compensation for DGPBot: 

Affiliates of DGPBot purchase rolling two-month trading bot subscriptions. DGPBot has four subscription packages, each payable in tether (USDT):

Sapphire – $100 USDT every two months, with a total trade value of $1000 USDT.

Ruby – $300 USDT every two months, with a total transaction limit of $3000 USDT.

Emerald-$500 USDT per two months, maximum trade value of $5,000 USDT. 

Diamond-$1000 USDT per two months, maximum trade value of $25,000 USDT. 

DGPBot pays commissions on bot subscriptions through three levels of unilevel recruitment:  

level 1 (directly recruited affiliates) – 20%; level 2 – 5%; level 3 – 1%.

Recruitment Bonus: 

Affiliates of DGPBot receive a recruitment incentive if they fulfill predetermined subscription sales goals. 

Within 30 days of joining, recruit at least seven affiliates who spend $2500 USDT on memberships to receive a $250 recruitment incentive. 

Within 30 days of joining, recruit at least seven affiliates who spend $5,000 USDT on subscriptions to receive a $500 recruitment incentive. 

Within 30 days of joining, recruit at least seven affiliates who spend $10,000 USDT on memberships to get a $10,000 recruitment incentive. 

Note that there are tiers of recruitment bonuses. Only the highest level achieved is compensated. The Diamond Bonus PoolDGPBot divides 3% of the monthly subscription volume of the entire organization into three smaller Diamond Bonus Pools.

Diamond-tier affiliates are eligible for shares in each pool if they meet certain requirements.

Pool 1 (0.5%) – Recruit and retain 10 affiliates who spend at least $10,000 on memberships together.  

Pool 2 (1%):

Recruit and retain 20 affiliates who spend at least $20,000 on memberships collectively. 

Pool 3 (1.5%) – Recruit and keep 50 affiliates who spend a minimum of $50,000 on memberships together. 

DGPBot affiliate membership is contingent upon the bimonthly payment of recurring subscription fees.

DGPBot appears to be attached to something.

Sapphire – $100 USDT Ruby-$300 USDT Emerald-$500 USDT Diamond-$1000 USDT Final DGPBot ResultsToto Dinar Wijaksono appears to have downloaded a trading script from somewhere, but he is not profiting from it to the fullest extent.

DGPbot is an automated cryptocurrency trading bot that combines AI with our own trading algorithms.

DGPbot will execute automatically depending on Telegram signal groups and TradingView notifications.

The strategy appears to be launching the bot, waiting for it to explode, and then relaunching it under a different identity.   

DGPBot’s marketing shows that the fraud was targeted mostly at Indonesians. Now that DGPBot has (again) failed in Indonesia, the fraud has moved to the United States and the Philippines:  

At the very least, DGPBot provides a passive investment scheme:  

This constitutes a securities offering, so DGPBot must register with the appropriate financial authorities. The Financial Services Authority, the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission, and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission regulate securities in Indonesia, the Philippines, and the United States, respectively.

DGPBot presents no indication that it has registered with any financial body, hence DGPBot and Wijaksono are committing securities fraud at the very least.

The promoters of DGPBot should be aware that selling unregistered securities is also illegal. 

Most likely, MLM organizations that conduct securities fraud are operating Ponzi schemes.

This would involve DGPBot manipulating trading on the backend, ultimately leading to a collapse.

When DGPBot has finished recruiting new victims in the Philippines, their next con will be ready to launch:   

DGFX was scheduled to debut in August. As far as I am aware, it has not occurred. Expect another DGPBot refresh with a fresh coat of paint whenever DGFX launches (crypto trading forex trading).

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Awakend & Zenith – Crook Review Part 3




Mickey Burns, a BehindMLM reader, contacted me earlier today to let me know.

This blog’s content is fantastic, and it has really aided me throughout the years.

She also criticized our coverage of Awakend’s prelaunch, notably their leptin supplement Zenith.

Oz, the white paper is available on the internet. Even a cursory Google search will reveal how the hormone Leptin functions.

This encouraged me to visit Awakend’s new website (which didn’t exist at the time I covered the company’s prelaunch) and download a copy of their “whitepaper” (tell me you’re a crypto bro without telling me you’re a crypto bro).

Oh, no.

You’ll see in the opening paragraph of the whitepaper report that it’s a 2008 study released in 2009. In other words, the research was carried out fourteen years before Zenith existed.

The next thing you’ll notice is that “Zenith” has been edited in, thus doctoring the published paper.

This renders it ineffective.

What was the original study’s purpose, as published? Is Zenith based on the same formula? Are the researchers okay with having their study doctored?

I’m not well-versed in academic process, but I can’t image doctoring published articles going over well. I know I’d be upset if someone took a published research with my name on it and changed it.

Awakend should publish the original study and include an update showing Zenith employs the exact same formula as examined in 2008.

Looking at the document’s attributes, we can see that it was last modified on August 12th, 2022 by Ashlee Headlee.

Ashlee Headlee James manages Awakend’s exclusive business Facebook community. Her precise function inside the organization has not been revealed.

Awakend’s website has no information about the company’s ownership or executives. Compensation paperwork is also missing, as recruiting is presently the company’s only priority.

The full Awakend evaluation of BehindMLM is pending the introduction of the company’s pay plan.

Awakend has updated the doctored study with a blanked out version of the original as of August 27th, 2022.

The following remark appears to have been added to the supplied 2008 research in reaction to this article;

The 2008 research referred to Trisynex, as stated in the comments below.

Roger Catarino sells Trisynex through First Fruits Business Ministry LLC.

The claim by Awakend to have “exclusive worldwide rights” is dubious because Trisynex-containing products exist and have been accessible for some time.

At the time of this update, Awakend had not addressed the availability of Trisynex in competitor products.

1st September 2022 – Update Because of the uncertainty surrounding Awakend’s assertions that Zenith is an exclusively licensed recipe, formulator Vietal Nutrition issued a statement.

Unfortunately, this has simply generated additional suspicions about Zenith’s exclusivity.

9th September 2022 – Update First Fruits Business Ministry has issued a stop and desist letter to Awakend about its Zenith marketing claims.

TriPharma (dba Vietal Nutrition) has achieved the appointment of a Receiver as of September 14, 2022.

FFBM will be placed under the control of the Receiver. The funds generated will be used to pay TriPharma’s 2013 judgment against FFBM.

Awakend has also deleted the previously supplied Trisynex research from its website, unless I’m mistaken.

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SEC & Forsage – Crook Review




The SEC has moved to provide alternate service to three of Forsage’s four founders.

Vladimir “Lado” Okhotnikov, Lola Ferrari, and Sergey Maslakov all live in other countries.

Okhotnikov, Vladimir “Lado”
According to the SEC;

Okhotnikov is a Russian citizen who is thought to be living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. He is the operation’s public face, hosting many of its YouTube videos and participating in interviews with key promoters.

Okhotnikov engages with Forsage investors and promoters on a daily basis via Forsage and, more recently, Meta Force social media, YouTube, and Telegram.

Okhotnikov also has personal social media profiles via which he communicates, including Instagram, Facebook, VK, Telegram, and Twitter. He also has his own personal website.

Okhotnikov has stated on his Instagram profile that he is “constantly traveling,” and he appears to have visited Indonesia, Dubai, and Peru in the last two years.

During the inquiry, the Commission received a copy of Okhotnikov’s passport, which indicated him to be a Russian citizen but had no residence.

Despite attempts by Commission employees, the Commission is unsure of Okhotnikov’s present address.

He did, however, imply that he was in Georgia in both his August 19 and August 22 Instagram postings, and he reposted those same images on Facebook.

Similarly, he indicated that he was in Georgia in an interview he conducted on August 8, 2022, following the filing of the Commission’s Complaint in this situation.

Maslakov, Sergey
According to the SEC;

Maslakov is said to live in either Gelendzhik or Moscow, Russia. He has mostly appeared in Forsage Russian-language commercial films.

Foris DAX, the parent company of crypto exchange, provided the SEC with Maslakov’s email address and “last known whereabouts.”

Maslakov’s email address is smas*, according to the account information obtained by

The records also show that Maslakov visited his account from an IP address in Moscow, Russia, during 2021.

Maslakov’s present physical address and whether he is still in Russia are unknown to the Commission.

Furthermore, despite Internet searches, subpoenas, and voluntary inquiries to third parties, the Commission was unable to locate his actual address.

We suspect he is in Russia since he cites Russia as his location on his Facebook and VK profiles, and he accessed his account from a Russian IP address.

Ferrari, Lola
According to the SEC;

Ferrari, whose true identity is unknown but who goes by the name “Lola Ferrari,” is said to be a Russian national living in Bali, Indonesia.

She refers to herself as Forsage’s “goddess” and has starred in several of its advertising films.

The Commission’s officials established that Ferrari’s principal social media account is her Instagram profile during the inquiry.

Ferrari advertises Forsage on this website. She has also uploaded photos and videos that indicate she is in Bali, Indonesia.

Despite several efforts, the Commission has no knowledge of Ferrari’s present address or if she is still in Indonesia.

Service Alternative
With Maslakov in Russia and Lola Ferrari in Indonesia, Hague Convention service is no longer available.

Although Georgia is a signatory, because the SEC does not know Okhotnikov’s address, service under the Hague Convention is also ruled out.

As an alternative, the SEC is offering Maslakov service via email. Service on Okhotnikov and Ferrari will be carried out through social media.

The Commission intends to serve Okhotnikov and Ferrari by direct messages to their Instagram accounts, as well as Okhotnikov via direct messages to his Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Okhotnikov is still active on Facebook, where he posts about his life in Georgia:

Okhotnikov was last seen in Borjomi, a vacation town in central Georgia, according to a Facebook post from August 25th.

He’s also active on Meta Force’s YouTube channel, where he posts bizarre conspiracy theories and justifications for why investor cash and withdrawals are still frozen.

Lola Ferrari has made her Instagram account private since being accused by the SEC.

In support of their request, the SEC claims Okhotnikov is “indisputably” aware of the complaint.

Okhotnikov reacted directly to the claims in the Complaint via a video message aired online after the Commission filed action.

Following that, he gave an eighteen-minute interview on his Meta Force YouTube channel in which he denied the charges in the Commission’s complaint.

Authorizing service on a defendant via social media is especially acceptable when the defendant is clearly aware of the situation.
the case against him

Okhotnikov is already aware of the litigation against him, making such alternative service much more necessary.

Ferrari’s decision to make her Instagram page private implies she is aware of the litigation.

On September 2nd, the court granted the SEC’s motion for alternate service. The SEC verified service against Maslakov through email later that day.

Mikail Sergeev is Forsage’s fourth co-founder. Sergeev, according to the SEC, also resides in Moscow, Russia.

I’m not clear why Sergeev was omitted from the SEC’s motion, but I presume it was due to an inability to validate his personal information (email etc.).

The SEC has confirmed alternate service on Lola Ferrari and Lado Okhotnikov on September 9th and 13th, respectively.

Both defendants have till September 26th to respond.

Okhotnikov hasn’t posted anything on social media since August 27th. Since September 1st, there have been no MetaForce updates.

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Dot Dot Smile – Crook Review Part 2




Dot Dot Smile has declared bankruptcy, two and a half months after discontinuing its MLM opportunity and going wholesale.

On September 3rd, Dot Dot Smile filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in California.

According to the statement, Dot Dot Smile has $4.4 million in assets and $5.6 million in debt.

The following companies are Dot Dot Smile’s major creditors:

Gary Thompson – $200,000 (apparently a family loan)
CloudFund LLC (debt management firm) – $325,000
Mirror Fashion Company $1.5 million in Hong Kong
$600,000 for Nano (no details supplied).
Network Ventures LLC (contract violation) – $353,846
Nothing MLM-related shows on Dot Dot Smile’s file, at least not outside of the corporate side of things.

According to a BerhindMLM reader, as of July 31st, 2022,

Since May, no one has been paid. Thousands of dollars are owing to certain persons. They fired everyone on their team.

The cynic in me finds it difficult to perceive Dot Dot Smile’s bankruptcy as anything other than premeditated.

Nicole and Jeff Thompson (right) of the company presumably knew bankruptcy was imminent and reasoned that they needed to sell the MLM firm before filing.

Without the MLM possibility, there was definitely no intention of ever continuing Dot Dot Smile.

I might be wrong, but Dot Dot Smile suddenly being $5.6 million in debt in three months does not seem realistic.

I’m not sure how any of this works legally. Even if everything is legal, it reflects poorly on the Thompsons in terms of openness and Dot Dot Smile’s distributors.

Dot Dot Smile’s State of Financial Affairs report is expected on September 19th. A creditors’ meeting has been arranged for October 12th.

Nicole Thompson, the daughter of co-founders DeAnne and Mark Stidham, is connected to Dot Dot Smile.

It is unknown whether Dot Dot Smile’s bankruptcy filing has had or will have any influence on LuLaRoe’s business operations.

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