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Fraudulent OnPassive lands in the United Kingdom

OnPassive, Ash Mufareh


Fraudulent OnPassive lands in the United Kingdom

While we have exposed through series of reports the criminal activities of an individual named Ash Mufareh, the kingpin of fraudulent OnPassive Ponzi scheme, sitting in the United Kingdom, an individual named James King is actively promoting this fraud venture, especially on social media platforms with the notorious agenda of scamming hundreds and thousands of Britons. Surprisingly, when some British nationals brought this case of fraud to the attention of anti-fraud investigators in the United Kingdom, those complainants were told that the UK authorities were not either investigating or taking any action on this matter.

According to a credible source, James King has been advocating OnPassive for at least 12, possibly 24 months now and previously he got former work colleagues to invest in Banners Broker, a now officially recognized illegal PONZI scheme where the co-founders were successfully prosecuted in Canada (7 years ago in an FBI run operation).

James King also promoted FLEXKHOM international and MAPS (My Advertsiing Pays), Ponzi schemes also created by the same people responsible for Banners Broker. He also tried to encourage various individuals to invest in a Northern England-based housing investment scheme where people were asked to place £20-40,000 into an investment scheme with less than 24 hours’ notice.

James King has been using his social media accounts, including Facebook for promoting OnPassive and other fraud ventures. He is also FB friends with and admires Simon Stepsys, the latter has been exposed by Daily Mirror Investigative journalist Andrew Penman for promoting regularly one online scam after another.

Is OnPassive a scam venture or Ponzi scheme? Responding to this question, one individual with knowledge about this racket said “OnPassive is a scam. If you doubt this, then go again and really check what their product is. They use big words like Artificial Intelligence to deceive people. I actually attended one of their online seminars, and they were claiming that people should become members as soon as possible because the price to join was about to become much higher since the product was about to be launched. This is interesting because they said the same thing 2 years ago in 2018. Either way, I asked them which specific products were about to be launched. The presenter started blabbing about soft launch, which means that only key people get the products to test. After I pressed him further, he admitted that if the soft launch revealed problems with the product, then they will go back to the drawing board to fix the problems. He still was unable to answer which product or products are being launched. Hence, we can conclude that all the comments on the internet about how great OnPassive is, are fake… because they have not launched any product yet. How can people review a product that does not exist yet? It is a scam”.

Another individual with knowledge about OnPassive said:

Simply put, yes, it is a scam the same pyramid scheme bs. Don’t believe in such crap before you invest your real money onto such company(s). This company is going on from 2018 and its 2020 end they haven’t even launched it till on, they don’t have any product/service, and they say if I buy their membership I’ll be earning in millions. Like how does that even work without even having a single product or service to provide. And this Ash

Mufareh aka Ashraf Mufareh guy owns this thing, I’ve heard I don’t know much about him. But he’s a bit sketchy as well. I didn’t find a single genuine information about him. So yeah, final word doesn’t put your money on these types of stuff which say they’ll make you millions without even showing one single proof. I just have to make a one-time payment and somehow, I’ll be making millions without even doing anything! It is just a waste of time”.

Expert’s investigative report on OnPassive scam venture

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 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.

For the sake of saving people from falling victims of 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, we have found an expert opinion on OnePassive. Here is the detail:

I did a Google search and went to the OnPassive website. I was impressed with the graphics but its initial message was a BIG Red Flag. It said, “100% Hands Free Completely Done-For-You Automated Online Success”, which sounded a lot like what MOBE had claimed.

Even though certain aspects of building and achieving your online success can be automated by using certain building tools, there is no such a thing as “completely done-for-you”. Every time I have seen an online income at home opportunity make that claim, it has been a scam.

Building a business of any kind takes lots of work on your part, there is no getting around that. Just because OnPassive is touting the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), does not mean they have a cutting edge ahead of the curve business building platform. Their website is proof of that.

Have you noticed everything I’ve said so far is about OnPassive and not GoFounders? That’s because OnPassive is the product that GoFounders are and will be promoting. It has been in pre-launch for many years, yet they have a live website where GoFounders is listed as a product.

If OnPassive is supposed to be “The Best AI Platform for Business” as their website claims in a Google search, then why would GoFounders be one of its products? Another Red Flag, see image below. Perhaps the ONPASSIVE website is being used as a funnel to build GoFounders?

If that is so, why bait people with all of these hyped-up non-information videos of products that haven’t been developed yet just so they can join GoFounders? I clicked to register and I then got a really simple looking signup page that didn’t seem to fit the slickness look of the website.

Now I go back to the OnPassive side of the website since accessing GoFounders is a no-go and look to see if I can find out who owns these companies. I come across success story testimonials. How can you have success stories of a product that hasn’t been launched yet?

That is really strange so I read the five that are posted. I see three of them giving thanks to Ash Mufareh. Whoa! BIG Red Flag with that name! Do you know who Ash (short for Ashraf) Mufareh is? He has been involved with different work at home endeavors that have been shut down as Ponzi schemes.

In 2010 Mufareh 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 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 fine print.

The Disclosure says…

DISCLAIMER: Earnings vary depending on each individual affiliate effort.

The Income Claims presented are not intended to serve as a guarantee of income. Instead they are designed to give you an idea of what’s possible.

As with any business, success with OnPassive requires Hard Work, Commitment, Leadership & Desire.

That is a good way to cover yourself, like the drug companies do when they rattle off all of the negative side effects of the drug, they are trying to sell you. Put an income disclosure in fine print that most people will not take the time to look at and spend 99% of the time hyping the product.

For the past year I have been keeping tabs on the supposed progress of both OnPassive and GoFounders, reading blogs and watching videos. The information in some of the blogs written mostly by Jeffrey Morlock tend to be wordy and not very clear as to how things will work.

For the past year I have been keeping tabs on the supposed progress of both OnPassive and GoFounders, reading blogs and watching videos. The information in some of the blogs written mostly by Jeffrey Morlock tend to be wordy and not very clear as to how things will work.

As for the videos, these are mainly done by a man named Mike Ellis of OnPassive Nation. I have also seen other videos by Mike Williams and Marty Degarmo. It seems that the videos by Mike Ellis are the most hyped up positive and motivational ones I have seen. He is good!

OnPassive Nation is one of the original teams set up by Mike Ellis as a GoFounder. Another original team I have kept tabs on is by Jeffrey Morlock of OnPassive United. Where Mike is more motivational, Jeffrey explains the technical aspects quite well in his southern accent.

The reason it has taken me a year to write this OnPassive GoFounders scam review is because of the videos Mike & Jeffrey put out. Like I said, both are good at communicating. If I didn’t have a keen sense in spotting opportunities that could be scams, I would have joined.

Seeing how the OnPassive and GoFounders domain names were first registered in mid-2018, I started reading the blogs promoting this vague opportunity in March 2019. At first all of my scam senses were going off every time I read blogs or watched videos from other GoFounders.

Normally whether an MMO (Make Money Online) opportunity is legit or not, there will be at least some transparency as to who the owner is beyond just a name. Absolutely none of the OnPassive videos will show footage of Ash Mufareh. Below is a video from his YouTube channel.

The title of the video is, Ash Mufareh – The Visionary Behind the World’s Best Online Business Solution. With a title like that, would you not think that you will see or hear Ash saying something about his AI-Tech baby? How about footage of him working with his team? NOTHING!

You would think that if someone was creating the next best thing, that person would want to get out there and promote his new creation. He wouldn’t have to reveal it all but at least make yourself known. Every online opportunity has the owner pitching his or her new product.

David Wood and David Sharpe, owners of Empower Network and Matt Lloyd owner of MOBE were transparent. Steven Bransfield owner of Rookie Profit System and Shaqir Hussyin owner of Wealth Academy is transparent. Why is Ashraf Mufareh hiding from public view?

Common sense and logic will tell you to never join a program where you have to pay them, if there is no way to hear from the owner / creator. Ash Mufareh is like the wizard behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz. Everyone has heard of him, yet no one has seen him.

Fact about OnPassive headquarters in India

I had seen a video on YouTube entitled “OnPassive Bangalore Office Inauguration”. It was an office building in India with about 24 people sitting within the various wide-open areas of the building. In the beginning of the video you see an OnPassive sign next to the front desk.

After filming the sign there are scenes of the area outside, then a close up of the outside entrance, and a shot of that same front desk. But wait! Where did the OnPassive sign go? It is almost like the sign footage was added to the beginning of the video like an ad teaser.

When you look at the footage again of the scene outside the building at its front entrance you notice that it says 91 Springboard, which has several locations. 91 Springboard is a coworking office building and here is a link to the exact address where OnPassive claims to be located.

The way this video is filmed is more like a marketing promotion for 91 Springboard, a shared coworking community of startups, freelancers and business owners with a startup mindset. If the OnPassive India HQ is really here, it is in a confined area of the entire shared office building.

Though the address stated in the above image taken from Google says 4th Floor, the video OnPassive is promoting as their India HQ shows more than just one floor. It’s like Ash Mufareh or whomever wants you to think OnPassive is the entire shared coworking office building.

Since it is hard for me being in the US to check the residents of the office building in India, I am able to check those of the office building in Orlando, Florida where OnPassive claims to have their US headquarters. In fact I already have checked and.

OnPassive is not in that building.

Ash Mufareh has also registered another Orlando, FL address for OnPassive that is not the same as this office building. This other address is, 9924 Universal Blvd., 224-320, Orlando, FL 32819. When you Google that address it comes up as The UPS Store.

The videos of the India HQ and the Florida HQ are both promotional videos of available office spaces and not owned or leased spaces for OnPassive.

Anyone living in or at least familiar with Orlando, could very easily locate this office building. It is unique in its look and style.

Ash Mufareh is going to great lengths to make OnPassive seem like it’s growing into an IT tech giant, yet it suffers from a lack of quality control. Example, the video says “In the heart of Disney Land.” First, Disneyland is one word and in California not Florida where Disney World is.

It is often said, when you want to create a facade, an outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pleasant or creditable reality, you will go to great lengths to achieve hiding your lie. If you are a GoFounder and visit Orlando, FL, see for yourself. Here is the address: 7380 Sand Lake Rd, Sand Lake West, Sand Lake 4 (co-working space available in Orlando, FL).

Go to the front reception desk and ask which floor or suite belongs to OnPassive or Ashraf Mufareh or GoFounders. They will say, ‘Sorry, but we have no tenants with those names.’ I had a GoFounders member tell me on social media that they were in Suites 500-525. I checked the registry and they are not.

This company is nowhere near being an AI IT giant like Google or Facebook. UPDATE: Now, July 7th, 2020, they are claiming that they are in an OnPassive Soft Launch testing phase, but even that hasn’t launched yet. The “Launch to the World” goal posts keep moving with this company = BIG RED FLAG!

The claims OnPassive is making about being the best AI driven IT company to help you take your business to the next level, is bogus. Within two years they have collected at least US$97.00 from every GoFounder that joined this “pie-in-the-sky” scam. How many GoFounders are there?

I have heard Jeffrey Morlock say in an April 2020 YouTube video there are at least 60,000 worldwide members. Ash Mufareh and probably those immediate members under him like Mike E., Mike W., Marty, Jeffrey and others must be making some money from this pyramid scheme.

Do the math. If GoFounders has at least 60,000 members who each spent $97.00, that is an income of at least US$5,820,000.00 earned. Where has that money gone and when is launch?  Has any of the GoFounder members been paid from this or only the big guys at the top like Ashraf Mufareh?

Tajul Islam is a Special Correspondent of Blitz.

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