Mazi VS Picks shows it all to his 200k Instagram followers, whether it’s the Lambo or shiny VVS diamonds.
According to a self-proclaimed “Las Vegas’ largest sports gambler,” he may have some secrets that he doesn’t want his fans to see.
When I received an email from a friend who had signed up for Mazi VS Picks and received shockingly accurate predictions, I began to investigate the viral gambler. I quote:
A coin toss is better than Mazi VVS
After doing some research, my doubts about Mazi’s legitimacy and competence were clarified.
Mazi Picks has not been registered or regulated. This company is not regulated by FINRA or the SEC. This scam is relatively new, and the FTC has not yet noticed.
This review/report will show how Mazi VS runs his online fraud and why people fall for him. You can skip the summary if you have a short time. Otherwise, let’s get right to it.
Mazi is from a wealthy family and has never struggled for money. Like most Instagram influencers, he rents cars and mansions to create content. Mazi, however, lies about his wealth.
He claims to be the owner of the mansions and sports cars featured in his videos. These claims are all bogus.
Mazi VS Picks Review – Unreliable & Exorbitant Subscription Service
Mazi VS makes all his money from his “Mazi Picks,” a subscription service that charges a lot. The customer gets betting picks for sporting events and is supposed to profit.
This system is highly flawed, and the simple logic that explains why “betting picks” is a fraud is:
Mazi could be making a lot of money by sports gambling. So why would he sell his picks to make it more profitable?
Could you take a second to think about it?
Although there is a lot to be made in sports betting, those who make a decent living from it aren’t going to tell anyone.
Mazi could have made bigger bets and received bigger payouts if he was more accurate in his Picks.
Mazi VS isn’t a professional in sports betting. He might get lucky once in a while, but the subscription is not worth it.
Let’s talk about the price. Mazi Picks offers five plans. All of them are outrageously expensive.
- VIP Plays of the Day: $200
- Week of VIP: $600
- Exclusive Play of the Day: $1,500
- Week of Exclusive Plays: $5,000
- Platinum Package: $20,000
(Month Of Exclusive Plays – Includes one-on-one call, every Mazi play, bankroll management course, and all exclusive, VIP, and individual sports for the entire month.
You don’t need to be a genius to see that the services offered here are of no value. This scam is worse than Andrew Kirby. Mazi won’t provide any learning material. You’ll only get an email/message from him for $200.
Mazi VS isn’t the next Parlay Patz. Not even close.
As we dive deeper into the maze of Mazi VS manipulation, things get shadier. Clicking on the “SIGN-UP” button in any service listing will take you to the next page.
MaziVS does not have a payment funnel. It is possible that MaziVS’ lawyer advised him not to use an online registered payment funnel to avoid lawsuits and attention from the FTC.
Perhaps he doesn’t want to be like Jason Bond Selects, who ran a similar scam on a larger scale.
You can send money through Zelle, Venmo, or CashApp to Mazi. They promise to send you the “package information” via email before the games begin. The payment description will also require you to include your email address.
Mazi VS doesn’t use PayPal. You can dispute payments made through PayPal. Mazi knows this and will file a claim, ruining the scam.
It is a big red flag Mazi receives his payment through personal apps such as Velle & CashApp.
Real-regulated companies do not use personal apps to collect payments from customers. Instead, they use secure online services such as PayPal. Mazi lacks basic English grammar knowledge, but we won’t dwell on it.
Mazi Picks Review By A Real Customer – MaziVS Reddit. Reddit is where you can find impartial and neutral opinions (and cats). It was not surprising that MaziVS Picks had been called out on his scam before I did.
User u/ABathingBoy posted “Mazi Picks Is a Scammer” 6 months ago. He shared his Mazi VS review.
Mazi had received $500 from u/ABahthingBoy for a week’s worth of picks. However, he never received any emails from Mazi and his team.
The victim reached out to MaziVS via Instagram (@mazivs), where Mazi sent him one pick and never sent the entire week. The guy is a scammer.
Reddit user u/ABathingBoy posted the post titled “Mazi picks is a scammer.” said. It’s not surprising that MaziVS Picks suddenly sends me a copyright notice. It will only confirm the existence of something suspicious.
Mazi has no refund policy.
You might be surprised if you think things can’t get any worse.
Mazi VS charges hundreds of dollars for personal finance apps. You also can’t get any refunds.
This policy does not appear anywhere on the website, not even the footer. Instead, it is deep within the Terms and Conditions section of the Mazi Picks website.
Mazi’s team will likely change this report after it is published. I have attached a screenshot of this section. It’s impossible to predict what a scammer will do to save face.
MaziVS uses sponsored and biased articles to mislead clients.
This may be the most critical piece about Mazi that you have ever seen online. MaziVS has partnered with news sites to post unique articles on him.
You can search for Mazi VS news on Google. Every article on the Google SERP you see is a PR article paid to convince people that Mazi is a celebrity.
This is how news websites make their money. It doesn’t matter how unethical or questionable it might be. They get paid and have no ethics.
These articles create a false aura of popularity that a scammer uses to scam innocents by using them as social proof.
This is Argumentum Ad Populum (appeal at widespread belief). People automatically believe that Mazi VS is the “Sports Betting Queen” when they see dozens upon dozens of news channels praising it.
Mazi can easily con them for hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, once they have lost all their doubts.
Most of the time, the scammers are not even known to these news sites.