Exposing scam racket Dragon Global Finance


As our readers already are aware of notorious scam cartel named Bank Bene Merenti and its kingpin Dan Settgast, while out investigation against YEM coil racket continues, we have come to know another dangerous scam project named ‘Dragon Global Finance’, which is run by a fraud named Anthony Norman. Its website domain (“dragonglobalfinance.com”), was privately registered on January 28th, 2020.

Norman, as Anthony John Norman, is also one of the listed Directors for the UK shell company Dragon Global Finance LTD.

BehindMLM last came across Norman, who sometimes goes by “Antony Norman”, back in 2019.

At the time Norman was running Welmont Capital. Through Welmont Capital Norman acquired IQ Legacy.

IQ Legacy was the failed third reboot of the Ormeus Global Ponzi scheme.

What was left of IQ Legacy was being funneled into The Sprinkle Group, in preparation for a Liber8 token Ponzi launch.

Not really sure what happened after that.

What we do know is early 2021 Norman gobbled up what was left of Wazzub and its YEM token bagholders.

The current iteration of Dragon Global Finance appears to have launched in early 2021.

Dragon Global Finance also goes by Dragon Global Solutions. Under either name, it is the current incarnation of Norman’s MLM business interests.

Based on Dragon Global Finance webinars, Norman, originally from Europe, appears to be hiding out in the Southern Hemisphere.

Alexa currently ranks Saudi Arabia as the only notable source of traffic to Dragon Global Finance’s website (96%).

Dragon Global Finance affiliates invest funds on the promise of a weekly passive return.

There are four Dragon Global Finance investment tiers:





Funds are invested through the Likquid exchange, which is owned by Anthony Norman.

Returns are paid in liquid token (LIQ) and USD.

The internal LIQ value is not disclosed on Likquid’s or Dragon Finance Global’s websites.

Referral Commissions

Dragon Global Finance pays referral commissions on invested funds down two levels of recruitment (unilevel):

25% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)

15% on level 2

Staking Bonus

Dragon Global Finance pays a bonus return when a recruited affiliate participates in “long staking”.

Long staking sees affiliates invest YEM (defunct Wazzub tokens) for five years on the promise of a quarterly passive return.

The Staking Bonus is paid quarterly up two levels of recruitment:

the affiliate who recruited the long staking affiliate receives a 0.5% quarterly Staking Bonus

their upline receives a 0.2% quarterly Staking Bonus

Joining Dragon Global Finance

Dragon Global Finance affiliate membership costs are not disclosed.

Full participation in the attached income opportunity requires an undisclosed investment in YEM tokens, and/or a $1000 to $25,000 investment.

Dragon Global Finance Conclusion

Dragon Global Finance sees Anthony Norman kicking the Ponzi can down the road.

Through various acquisitions and his own bungled launches, Dragon Global Finance is full of investors wanting to cash out.

This is something Norman himself acknowledges on Dragon Global Finance webinars;

Given how many years Norman has been running his various scams for now, it feels kind of silly to confirm there is no evidence of trading revenue.

There never has been.

In addition to that, neither Norman, Dragon Global Finance or any of the umpteen shell companies attached to the scam, are registered to offer securities in any jurisdiction.

This means that at a minimum Norman is committing securities fraud.

As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once recruitment dries up, so too will new investment.

This will starve Dragon Global Finance of revenue, leaving it unable to pay withdrawal requests.

As I understand it Norman stopped holding live Dragon Global Finance webinars in November 2021.


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