- Investor Sergey Shenderov: What’s Hidden Behind the Scenes of Luxury Life
Learn all about Shenderov’s great scam called Mom.Life
Shenderov is a Russian living and working in the US. He moved to the States as a student and decided to stay after realizing that he has many more chances to become a successful businessman there than in his home country. Besides being one of the most sought after investment bankers, Sergey is a happily married man and a father of one son. Many would think that his decision to remain with his family in the States makes perfect sense because it means simply better business opportunities for him as well as better education for his son. However, what we know about the nature of his businesses leads us to believe that that is the real reason why he made this decision.
Shenderov Business Journey
Sergey is known as an investment banker who had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in the business. After working at the high position with Renaissance Capital it becomes clear to him that he is cut out to live a life and the highest levels. This leads him to open his own offshore companies. The first one, MagneticSand resources with headquarters in the Philippines was opened in 2012, shortly after he left Renaissance Capital.
Mom.Life & Baby Blog
Shenderov’s successes were coming one after another and the more he had the more his appetites grow. Together with his friend and business partner from Russia, Andrei Soloviev, he realized that the best market for making money is the network of stay at home moms and pregnant women. They created and invested money in digital platforms for moms – first Baby Blog and then Mom. Life. Both platforms are designed as virtual places where moms can meet and discuss different topics related to motherhood and pregnancy. One might wonder how this is a fraud. It wouldn’t be if it was only that. However, moms have to pay the membership to be able to join this discussion. Additionally, if they want to get engaged in some type of business on this platform they need to pay a membership fee and the percentage for every job they take. The platforms are organized like pyramid schemes but this no one tells when a new mom is joining.
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