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AIM Global – Scam Review Part 2

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Fifteen AIM Global scammers have been detained for people trafficking.

The Ugandan authorities freed 307 hostages during a raid on a hotel in Masaka City.

Similar to what QNet does in Ghana, AIM Global con artists enticed teenage victims with the promise of “juicy work.”

The victims were gathered from the regions of Kamuli, Mukono, Wakiso, Kayunga, Bugiri, Namayingi, and Kabarole, among others, and held at several lodges in Nuendo.

At least 74 were female, 233 were male, and 17 were below 18 years of age.

Applicants were kidnapped and locked in a hotel upon their arrival.

Numerous victims allege they went days without food and lived in confined quarters as a result of a large number of deceived job candidates.

Once incarcerated, the abducted victims were compelled to recruit new victims.

Another victim of the scam stated, “We haven’t had anything to eat since Wednesday. We are going on an empty stomach, and bathing is difficult since we are not given water.

When it comes to sleeping, we accommodate 15 people in a small single room, even though they paid us each Shs 150,000 in rent.”

AIM Global, also known as Alliance in Motion Global, Empowered Consumerism, and OrbiXVictus, is an example of a conventional product-based pyramid scam.

Recruits are required to purchase items, resulting in commissions for their uplines. For the recruits to recover their losses, they must recruit more victims.

Speaking with local AIM Global victims, as reported by Monitor;

Simon Wakyereza, a 22-year-old inhabitant of the Bugiri District, stated, “We survive by recruiting people to join the company, and if you fail to do so, you must provide for yourself.”

According to Wakyereza, his mother was compelled to sell a goat and iron sheets in addition to obtaining a loan from the community Sacco to raise the total amount of money required by the corporation.

Reagan Mulindwa does not defend AIM Global’s criminal business strategy and victim trafficking (right),

According to one of Aim Global Uganda’s representatives, all of the victims subscribed to the company’s terms and conditions.

Mr. Mulindwa stated, “We do not force anyone to stay here; everyone accepted what we told them, therefore we are astonished to hear them talk poorly of our firm.”

Nine AIM Global fraudsters have been charged with human trafficking, fraud, and impersonation following their arrest.

Mulindwa is joined by Bazibu Michael, Aisha Namayanja, Kwagala Reagan, and Namugerwa Aisha, according to NilePost.

Alliance in Motion is managed by Eduardo Cabantug in the Philippines (right).

Despite having existed since 2009, the Philippine government has yet to take action.

SimilarWeb identifies the Philippines (69%), Cameroon (9%), and Nigeria (8%) as the top three traffic sources to AIM Global’s website.

Cameroon and Nigeria indicate that, in addition to continuing to defraud Filipinos, AIM Global is now expanding throughout Africa.

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