Evercryptotrade

Oleg

Member
Hey guys. New to this board and forum. Not too sure if this is the right thread to put this but just wanted to let everyone one know that I think I've just been scammed through evercryptotrade website. I guess this is what happens to newbies on the Crypto currency realm. Thought I got some opinion from you experts with regards to this scam website and to let everyone know to be careful when dealing with this crypto platform so called company. Thank god it was only a small amount that i put in. Let me know.
 

Moshe

New member
if you plan to open accusation against this website make sure that also have a proof with th a accusation so other member may support it.if they don't have any thread here it will not help other investors . May I know where did you hear that website before you decided to invest?


I check the website and what they offer is too good to be true 10x profit for your investment .hmm no legitimate platform can give that profit.



so much did you invest? $1000?
 

Niko

Member
I check the website and what they offer is too good to be true 10x profit for your investment .hmm no legitimate platform can give that profit.
Yeah, indeed. This is one of the biggest downfalls of online investments, people don't seem to grasp the concept that, even professional traders can only produce about 20% profit YEARLY, and those are expensive to get. So if you are promised any HIGHER than that, in shorter time periods, it's a scam!!!! I've seen many crypto trading or regular stock trading apps with such ludicrous promises, I guess there's just people that don't care much about their money and just like giving it away
 

Edison

Member
I stopped going through the website as I've seen it quickly that it's not secured as per my browser. From the picture that Kupid002 posted, it's a scam. Why do you guys have to pay for those account tiers? are they even that a popular platform?

You don't invest $1,000 and you'll earn $10,000 an instant. That's already an indication that it's a scam. And for the website information, whoising them will help you determine how long the website has been up and running and for them, they've just started running since June 29, 2020.

https://www.whois.com/whois/evercryptotrade.com
 

Mauricio

Member
Always always always use reputable platforms especially when it requires you to deposit money. Don't just blindly use a platform that's advertised online, without you doing ample research about the said platform(asking about it here or on Reddit won't hurt too). This space is filled, and when I say filled I really mean filled with scammers, so you need to up your skepticism ten-fold.

Also, the so called "bitcoin/crypto investment sites" are like 99.9% scams.
 

Jamari

Member
I've searched for that website reviews but I didn't find any. So, most probably It isn't legit considering how huge the promised return was. Not to mention the minimum deposit is $1,000? That's not a small amount man.
Well, If you're filthy rich then that's considered small.
Basic steps to spot a scam investment:
1. When it's to good to be true.
2. Promise a good return without you doing anything, but to just put some money to that specific company.
3. Check the domain name.
4. Check for the reviews. (If you found a lot of bad reviews or no reviews at all, then that's most probably scam.

Btw, where did you find this website? Or who recommended you this?
 

Braden

Member
I think you need to make feedback or report on this platform to keep aware of other people.

If you are trying to make an investment why not to the trusted and reputable platform because nowadays there are a lot of platforms crested just to scam that people and we want to make it safer our funds.


These are the common acts of the scanning platform.

1. We can double your money.
2. We are secured
3. Requires KYC verification
4. Pretend supported by known people.
Example :
Elon musk giveaway investment
Bitcoin giveaway by Elon musk
Ethereum giveaway by Elon musks.
 

Jerry

Member
Hey guys. New to this board and forum. Not too sure if this is the right thread to put this but just wanted to let everyone one know that I think I've just been scammed through evercryptotrade website. I guess this is what happens to newbies on the Crypto currency realm. Thought I got some opinion from you experts with regards to this scam website and to let everyone know to be careful when dealing with this crypto platform so called company. Thank god it was only a small amount that i put in. Let me know.
Many failed into this trash investment platforms promising them huge amount of money at last but didn't work. Alwyas do a research about investment platform before going into consideration at some certain point in time.
$1000 is a big sum of money you loss, that's the minimum investment amount in the platform, maybe you may be a rich dude.
I havent heard about evercryprotrade before, there are reputable investment platform in the space that gives good ROI(Return On Investment), I'm not good at selecting but would be good if you simply ask for good platform on this forum at beginners and help board.
 

Phoenix

New member
Scam projects are very deceiving and you should avoid it,just be careful enough and always remember all the criteria given by other members of this forum. Scam projects are always offering a huge amount return from your investment, which is to good to be true and they always have an attractive offers not only double or triple your money. That's why always need a research and study it very well before making an investment either big or small amount.
 

Kairo

New member
I think the members on Bitcointalk haven't heard of the Evercryptotrade website until now. So you never asked for a review of that website here. The recommendations for a person who starts in Bitcoin are always the same. You must access a trusted website. Whoever offers to give you double for your bitcoin is a scammer. If you are looking to double your bitcoin instantly, that is not the best option.

I'm sorry that this happened to you. Don't go looking for easy money because you are in danger of being scammed.
 
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