Ash Mufareh aka Ashraf Mufareh, the mastermind, and kingpin of a dubious venture named OnPassive has openly claimed that he has connections with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and the US Department of State. Commenting about Governor Ron DeSantis and the US State Department, Ash Mufareh said: “(They’re) friends. They’re advocates, they love what we’re doing. They’re impressed”. Ash Mufareh made this claim during a webinar on February 21, 2022.
Implying US government approval of and/or cooperation with OnPassive is most certainly a violation of the FTC Act.
For the sake of saving people from falling victim to scammers, we already are investigating several scam cartels, including OneCoin, Bank Bene Merenti, YEM Foundation, YEM coin, EcoX etcetera. As part of our willingness of exposing scammers, scam rackets, and scam cartels, we also are investigating OnPassive. As part of our investigation here is details about this scam racket and its kingpins.
Previously, A poll found that 27 percent of Republican voters said they want Trump to pick DeSantis as his potential vice president, compared to 15 percent who wanted former Vice President Mike Pence. A scammer’s claim that Ron DeSantis is his friend and advocates what he is doing is a bit strange.
In 2010 Ash Mufareh aka Ashraf Mufaref started a recruitment-based matrix scheme called AshMax. That endeavor didn’t last long. In 2012 he became involved with a Ponzi scheme called TelexFree using his TelexMax. TelexFree had legal troubles in Brazil. In 2014 the SEC shut it down revealing that TelexFree US investors lost in excess of US$3 Billion.
A couple of years later Ash Mufareh became involved with another Ponzi scheme based out of Brazil called PayDiamonds. That endeavor didn’t last long either and in mid-2018 it was closed down. This is when Ashraf Mufareh started OnPassive. His track record speaks for itself. Would you trust him this time?
Now he has started OnPassive as this new money-making AI-infused MLM with an incredibly lucrative four-tier 3×10 matrix compensation plan.
First off, to their credit, the GoFounders promoting OnPassive will at times say that the dollar amounts are examples of what “could” be earned and that OnPassive does not promise anything. Even at the bottom of the compensation plan image, there is a disclosure in the fine print.
Since pre-launching back in 2018, Mufareh is believed to have collected millions in OnPassive membership fees.
Ash Mufareh established OnPassive as a simple matrix-based pyramid scheme four years ago, while OnPassive suspiciously remains in prelaunch, while he has opened an office in Dubai. As Ash Mufareh has also been publicly claiming to have connections with “rulers”, “governors” and “governments”, authorities in the United Arab Emirates need to initiate an immediate investigation into Mufareh’s claim of having connections with “rulers” and make sure, none of the members of the Emirati royal family are involved with this racket.
A closer look revealed there’s another firm involved known as GoFounders. Both GoFounders’ and Onpassive’s domains were privately registered in 2018. It’s relatively new.
What’s GoFounders for? It’s like the back office of Onpassive where team members can talk to each other and watch tutorials. Since Onpassive is still in pre-launch (for 2 years now, it’s taking them forever to launch), the owner thought of creating GoFounders so the founding members can access the back office even if Onpassive is not yet launched.
OnPassive’s founder is Ash Mufareh. His website ashmufareh.org also says he is the founder of Global Domains International. It’s an internet company offering web hosting, domain, and marketing services.
Mufareh is also the CEO of GDI’s marketers dubbed as GFI Fusion.
Here’s something interesting:
In 2010, Mufareh founded AshMax, an MLM that flopped soon after its launch. Two years later, he got involved with TelexFree, an internet phone service that turned out to be a scam even dubbed to be the “largest fraud of all time”.
For the sake of saving people from falling victim to scammers, we already are investigating several scam cartels, including OneCoin, Bank Bene Merenti, YEM Foundation, YEM coin, EcoX etcetera. As part of our willingness of exposing scammers, scam rackets, and scam cartels, we also are investigating OnPassive.
This year, the Bhutanese government banned OnPassive in that country when it was proved that this is a pyramid Ponzi scheme, which targets people and steals their money through false promises.
According to the Scam Detectors website:
Onpassive.com – DO NOT JOIN THIS SCAM!
The flashy website, the log-into back office, the Dubai expensive offices, and the advertisements in Dubai, thousands of hours of YouTube webinars.
Where is the money coming from?
Your $97 founders fee if you join.
Here are good reasons not to join the scam:
OnPassive has not made a single penny profit since it started several years ago.
OnPassive is banned in Bhutan, as they found out it’s a pyramid scheme.
OnPassive has not launched a single useable product for commercial use.
There is now the launch date for the 50 products they promise – constant promises of “launch soon” for years now.
A never-ending closing of founder position – with no definite closure date, the same thing of constant promises of “founder positions closing soon” for years now.
OnPassive creator & CEO Ash Mufareh has created previous pyramid schemes in the past (that have collapsed or have been shut down) are GDI, AshMax, Freeway o Success (FTS), Telexfree, GDI Fusion, Domains Host Club (DCC) and PayDiamond.
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