T. LeMont Silver In Furious Name-Dropping Spree For BitClub Network; Veteran MLM Huckster Still Trails WCM777 Scam In Unofficial Record Book
3RD UPDATE 11:45 A.M. EDT U.S.A. Zeek Rewards clawback defendant T. LeMont Silver promised “training” to recruits of the emerging BitClub Network “program” — and the veteran HYIP huckster delivered by training his listeners to drop names.
Lots and lots of names.
Regardless, Silver might have to dial up his efforts if he hopes to become be the new standard-bearer in the category of name-dropping to sell a purported MLM/direct-sales “opportunity.” That record is held unofficially by the WCM777 “program,” which the SEC described in March as an international pyramid scheme.
But even longtime MLM huckster Phil Piccolo — known as the “one-man Internet crime wave” in part for the ceaseless dropping of names such as Oprah Winfrey, Donald Trump, Groupon, Walmart and Apple — must be shaking his head in begrudging awe at Silver’s recent efforts to foist the emerging BitClub Network brand on the consuming public.
After leading recruits to disaster in Zeek, Silver turned his attentions to the JubiMax/JubiRev and GoFunRewards/GoFunPlaces MLM disasters, supplementing his promos for “Plan B” HYIP schemes by dropping the names of MLM companies such as Herbalife, Amway, Avon, ViSalus and others.
With BitClub Network, Silver has put his name-dropping into overdrive, joining the likes of the scamming chieftains of WCM777, the collapsed pyramid scheme that traded on the names of Siemens, Goldman Sachs, the Denny’s restaurant chain and a series of hospitality companies with famous flags.
By the SEC’s count, WCM777 dropped on the order of 700 names to sanitize its bizarre pyramid scheme. (WCM777 also once featured a love letter to the disaffected affiliates in Peru it had drafted into a Ponzi- and pyramid scheme and subjected to police raids while also featuring what BehindMLM.com has described as a “Jesus Sword.”)
Distressingly, Silver assures his audience in a recent promo that “people from all across the globe” were listening to his webinar and to promos of other affiliates. The named countries included the Philippines, Russia “and all over Europe, Australia, Canada.”
The Silver promo session was titled, “Make Money With No List Featuring BitClub Network Webinar.”
Silver hasn’t topped 700 yet in the unofficial name-dropping calculus, but he’s off to a good start, essentially positioning BitClub Network as a company that will create profit opportunities for the same sort of visionaries who spotted the genius behind one-time emerging brands such as Google, AOL, Microsoft (Internet Explorer), Amazon.com, Apple’s iPhone, Apple’s iPod, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Blogger and more.
It’s all about “being at the right place at the right time,” Silver bleats. He even suggests in text that BitClub Network could be the next “email.”
As the video proceeds, Silver talks about Bitcoin, using slides to drop the names of Tiger Direct, the Sacramento Kings NBA franchise, Lord & Taylor, Dish Network, Expedia, Newegg and Gyft. He also works in the names of CVS Pharmacy, Sears, Target, Home Depot, Whole Foods Market and more.
Along the way, Silver also drops the names of California Gov. Jerry Brown, “China’s Central Bank Governor” and Gerogy Luntovsky, “deputy chairman of the bank of Russia,” according to text Silver displays.