Crypto MLM WestLand Storage Lies About Owning “Private Island” [Ponzi Scheme Alert]


WestLand Storage Caught Lying About Owning “Private Island”, Pyramid Scheme Warning to Crypto Investors

A recent post dubbed, “Conference of WLS Island”, by none other than WestLand Storage revealed that the company will be hosting an event on their own private land, which they’ve since named, “WLS Island”. The team involved have also updated their roadmap for the fourth quarter of this year, which indicated the following milestones so to speak:

  • “Conference on the Island of WestLand Storage” an island that they’ve “acquired”
  • “Best clients get a free trip and top executives give speeches at the event”

The aforementioned post was supposedly the result from those who have showed interest in the event, which naturally led the team to “divulge some inside info and details.” As per the claims made, the acquired island is in the Caribbean and the CEO of WLS, Matthew Boyd will be giving a speech at the proposed event.

The avoidable mistake that the team made, as reported by Behind MLM, is that they posted a picture of an island, which for one, does not belong to them, and two, is called the Petit Saint Vincent (PSV). In fact, PSV is the southernmost island found in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and is owned by G. Philip Stephenson.

Ultimately, the WLS Island does not exist and as per Behind MLM, the firm does not hold any other properties like such that support their claims of making high Returns on Investments (ROI). This has been deemed as a Ponzi scheme, as the firm presented several lies. The post also noted that most of the investors are from developing countries, who have been their target for making money off of.

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