Coinexpro review – a scam from the start


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Wow…whomever is running the CoinexPRO scam isn’t even trying to appear legitimate

In all honesty, we really don’t need to go too in depth on this review because CoinexPRO jumps right out of the gate deceiving its members. More on that below. 😉

Just for fun, let’s see what CoinexPRO claims to offer to the members:

  • 10% Daily – Lifetime
  • 15% Referral Commission
  • Instant Withdrawals
  • Legitimate Company
  • Possibility of canceling deposit
  • Hourly earnings
  • No hidden fees and obligations
  • 100% Transparency

First things first. If you truly believe that anybody anywhere can fulfill a guaranteed ROI of 10% daily for life, I’d love to have some of what you’re smoking. 🙂 At that rate, you are more than doubling your money every eight days.

Naturally, there shouldn’t be an issue paying the referral commissions as those come from the people you recruit to the scam.

Cancelling deposits..sure..why not? Initially at least.  Although once you send bitcoin, it’s gone.

Instant, automatic withdrawals will probably also work initially until the ponzi begins to collapse and too many people are trying to pull out funds. Then there will be some issues just like every ponzi before CoinexPRO and every ponzi after CoinexPRO.

I have never seen a legitimate company that needed to tell me it was a legitimate company. That’s what scams tend to do.

As for the claim of 100% transparency, if they mean that they make it easy to see through the lies and hype and recognize CoinexPRO as a ponzi scheme, then yes it is most definitely 100% transparent, LOL.

Otherwise, based on the rest of this review, you’ll be able to see that there is very little transparency.

Okay, so let’s get back to what I mentioned earlier. CoinexPRO is lying to its users before they even sign up.

This is not Clark Hughes

Not Clark Hughes

Under “company” info, it is claimed that somebody named Clark Hughes from the UK is a cofounder and has a nice little 75×75 avatar allegedly showing a picture of Clark Hughes.

One tiny little problem. The picture is not of Clark Hughes. Instead, it’s a picture of a frenchman named Axel as can be seen on Axel’s Twitter, Crunchbase, and Github profiles.

Perhaps Axel is Clark’s doppelganger and they share a wardrobe, but I don’t think so.

But the company is legally registered, so it must be legitimate, right? Wrong!!

It doesn’t take much money to register a business legally. That does not mean that the business is run legally, just that it was registered. When the ponzi collapses and disappears, it will most likely still be registered legally.

CoinexPRO claims that

The company was created by a group of qualified experts, professional bankers, traders and analysts who specialized in the Stock, Bond, Futures, Currencies and Cryptocurrency Trading with more than ten years of extensive practical experiences of combined personal skills, knowledge, talents and collective ambitions for success.

I guess we’re just supposed to take their word for it, as there is zero information about any of these alleged experts and professionals. Multiple searches on Clark Hughes result in nothing as well.

More misinformation and/or information that can’t be verified is also stated in the following two paragraphs.

Previously, CoinexPRO.com LTD had been providing lucrative investment services to private clients for several years and had honed our knowledge of how to do business with a small attracted capital.

Within that period, we had formed our own trading strategy in different markets with the elements of high financial security. We believe that superior investment performance is achieved through a skillful balance of three core attributes: knowledge, experience and adaptability. The main goal of our work is the safety of funds, and only the following our task is to make high profits

With the website coinexpro.com just being registered on March 22, 2017 and CoinexPRO, LTD just being created on April 11, 2017, they most definitely weren’t providing lucrative investment services to any private clients, at least not under the CoinexPRO name.

So that just leaves us with more B.S. about anonymous financial experts developing a system that apparently can more than double everyone’s money every 8 days. Riiiigghhhttt.

At best, this blatant ponzi should appeal only to the typical ponzi/HYIP crowd and hopefully won’t rope in any extremely naive individuals who will lose money they may not be able to.

Just to wrap up:

  • CoinexPRO immediately deceives website visitors using a stolen image to represent alleged co-founder Clark Hughes. Whether Mr. Hughes even exists should be questioned as well.
  • They promise an outlandish ROI that only the most naive and desperate could possibly believe can be maintained for any length of time.
  • They claim they have a team of experts who aren’t named and no proof of their alleged expertise is provided.

If you’re looking for a legitimate business or investment, CoinexPRO isn’t it.

Now we just sit back and see how long it lasts.

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