WCM777 — In Pictures: (1) Send In $14,000, Get Back 35 Times That Amount (c. $500,000); (2) Launch Scheme, Buy A Golf Course And Invite Friends; (3) Rip Off Scenes From ‘Rocky Balboa’ And Pretend Sly Stallone Is On The Train

These are screen shots from three different promotional videos or news releases for WCM777 online. The first reflects a claim that people who send $14,000 to WCM777 in a poor economy will fetch back $500,000, 35 times-plus the amount they sent in. This will be accomplished in 52 weeks through the rollover of earnings in 100-day cycles, according to the video. The text headline on the video page says this: “Investment WCM777 – The Power of 7 Units Raises over $ 500,000.” Below that, there is a link to Blog with the extension of “br,” which stands for Brazil.

The second screen shot shows World Capital Market, the purported parent firm of WCM777, saying it bought the Glen Ivy golf course in California. Meanwhile, the third shot reflects a pitch for WCM777 that rips off more than two minutes of footage from Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky Balboa” flick (2006) with its inspirational message and famous musical soundtrack from the six-film “Rocky” franchise, suggesting internationally famous movie star Stallone (or Rocky Balboa) would endorse WCM777.

Unseen in the third screen shot is a text message that appeared below the video featuring Stallone. The message suggests that Brazil cannot block WCM777 or subject it to investigation, as it did with the BBOM, Priples and Telexfree “programs.”

Here is that message in Portuguese: “A WCM777 é um banco de investimento que usa como estratégia de venda do seu produto o marketing de rede ou marketing multinível, o produto da empresa é a tecnologia em forma de nuvem a mesma usando pelo dropbox, Skydrive só que os lucros pór indicação é em dolar além do produto e a empresa ser sustentável o Brasil não pode bloqueá-la como fizeram com a BBOM, Priples e TELEXFREE. Junte-se ao Marketing de nível Profissional!”

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On a side note, if the world of MLM investment schemes can rip off Sly Stallone and his fictional portrayal of the boxing world, why not the rip off the real world of the sport of badminton? BehindMLM.com is reporting that TelexFree appears to have appropriated the logo of the 2010 World Badminton Championship in Paris and made it its own.

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