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CashFX Group – Scam Review Part 5

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Luigi Bruni’s life after CashFX Group reveals how the Ponzi scam continues to attract new victims while refusing withdrawals for over a year.

CashFX Group owner and CEO Huascar Lopez, like any MLM Ponzi scam, pocketed the majority of the money for himself.

He also compensated top affiliates $20,000 each month to keep them bringing in new victims.

Bruni addressed to those who continuously asking him why he quit CashFX Group:

Reason No. 1:

The community has gone 10 months without any withdrawals.

Reason number two:

The CEO was investing all of our cash in his own initiatives across the world.

Reason number three:

The CEO (Huascar Lopez) paid me and all the other Presidents and Ambassadors $20,000 each month to be quiet and keep the other members quiet [sic].

Reason number four:

After generating millions, my partner (Justin Halladay), who was a very close buddy, turned into a total fool.

He spent his time asking everyone to quiet up and throwing them out.

I had a BTC wallet with that partner that had a lot of money in it, and he took it all; I trusted him, and he became a thief.

He also connected me to his business colleague, who duped me into investing large sums of money in three ventures and is now attempting to defraud me.

Reason number five:

I traveled to Panama with five other presidents four months ago to face the CEO and ask him what (why) he wasn’t paying up.

“Can you kindly pay out the month of January so people have money to live?” one of the Presidents begged the CEO.

“If you’re not pleased, get the fuck out of here, and I’ll keep your downline,” he (Huascar Lopez) said.

I mean, what planet did this fool come from?

Sixth reason:

He (Huascar Lopez) has no intention of repaying the monopoly money in your back offices.

His strategy is to lure as many members as possible to phase 2 by dropping crumbs along the route.

If you’re lucky, he could one day have the card (?) and let everyone withdraw a small amount of money till phase 2.

However, he will never give you all of the money you see in your backoffice.

He will close phase 1 once phase 2 opens, and you can all kiss your money goodbye.

Reason number seven:

Many other prominent figures were also thrown out and had their bank accounts seized.

Reason number eight:

Please be wary of CEOs and executives who discuss religion and business; avoid them.

Conclusion:

I was the only senior leader who had the guts to depart and urge him to stick his (Huascar Lopez’s) $20,000 monthly salary up his behind. Hahhahah!!!!!

Bruni departed CashFX Group this month after stealing millions with Halladay through Cloud Token and CashFX Group.

Bruni’s resignation is thought to have been triggered by Halladay seizing the CashFX Group Master Distributor account he and Bruni shared.

Bruni is now aggressively seeking investors for the Ponzi scheme Alya Finance and Youngevity’s 8 Minute Trader.

Halladay, who is probably still being paid hush money by Lopez, has not publicly addressed Bruni’s departure or the alleged theft of funds from the Master Distributor account.

I can confirm to Halladay spamming his social media with religious posts after stealing millions with CashFX Group.

As CashFX Group stopped withdrawals and shifted to hush money leader payments, Halladay’s religious comments became more frequent.

Generally, Halladay does not mention CashFX Group by name on his social media. Since withdrawals were banned, this has been the case.

The present CashFX Group dilemma is that affiliates who haven’t been given hush money are still seeing figures on a screen that they can’t withdraw from.

The second phase is misinformation about a new trading platform. This does not address the millions of dollars lost by CashFX Group investors in the past and present.

Huascar Lopez departed the Dominican Republic last year, claiming to be on vacation in Italy, after he disabled withdrawals.

Lopez has not been seen or heard from in public for some months. Halladay, who relocated his family to join Lopez in South America last year, has returned to Florida.

A high proportion of CashFX Group victims are thought to be US citizens. To date, no action has been taken by US authorities against CashFX Group, Lopez, Halladay, or Bruni.

According to SimilarWeb, CashFX Group’s website traffic fell for the third month in a row between June and July.

The website still receives over a million views every month, with the great majority of visitors being investors looking for information on withdrawals.

The bulk of CashFX Group’s website visitors come from the United Kingdom (34%), Norway (8%), South Africa (6%), Australia (5%), and the United States (4%).

Updated on August 26th, 2022 – Thirteen hush money payments of $20,000 each month have been confirmed.

The payments started in late May and have been made at the end of each month since then.

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