CMECoins Review: Beware of CMECoins


CMECoins.com is a scam. Ok, let's find out why is CMECoins a scam through our CMECoins.com review as below. So, let's begin with our CME Coins review.

 

What is CMECoins.com?

CMECoins.com claims to be a company registered from the UK Companies House opened by cryptocurrency trading experts. It also claims to have trading software from where it can make the guaranteed profit up to 18% hourly. It has provided the pictures and name of the team members in its "About Us" page.

 

But guess what?

Anyone can provide a fake address and third person identity to register a company in the UK Companies House. In order to find out how the companies are registered in the UK Companies House and how the scam companies are taking benefit of that, you can click >HERE<

 

The pictures and name of the persons that CME Coins has provided are not the real team members of CMECoins but just a bunch of pictures of random persons which they purchased online. They have actually completely concealed their real owner information because they have concealed who and from where is operating and running CMECoins within their WHOIS details and have provided the fake pictures of the team members on their website.

 

Well, none of the real companies provide fake owner details. So, this is already enough to prove CMECoins is a scam. However, let's find out more as below.


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CMECoins is a fraud company

Actually, we no need to dig too much to prove CME Coins is a scam because its business model itself is yelling it is a scam. Just think generally. If you have a system to generate up to 18% hourly profit, then either you will share that to millions of people and give them that profit or you simply use your own money and invest in that system and make a profit for yourself? Even if you don't have money, then you can take a loan from a bank at the rate 1% monthly and invest that money in the system from where you can make 18% hourly profit. Definitely, everyone will do that and will keep such system secret. So, instead of that, why CME Coins is claiming to pay 18% to you. Why they want to pay you profit when they can make that all for themselves. Ponzi schemes like CMECoins never pass this logic test and prove themselves to be a Ponzi scheme.

 

Yes, CMECoins is a Ponzi scheme which is an illegal and unsustainable scheme. That's why we have listed CME Coins within our Bad and Scams category. If you don't know what is Ponzi scheme, then you can find the details by clicking >HERE<

 

So, don't invest your hard earned money on these kinds of scam sites. Although these kinds of Ponzi schemes pay at starting, they only pay to show the payment proofs and that is also only to a few members. They will stop paying later and the majority of members will lose money and that can be you. So, stay away from these kinds of scams. If you want to make money online, you can find the several different kinds of genuine companies listed in our Good and Trusted Online Works category. However, you definitely need to do some work in order to make money from those companies. You can't earn money passively without doing anything like scam companies claim.

 

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Comments: 2
  • #1

    Harry O. (Tuesday, 21 August 2018 11:17)

    I am a victim to cmecoins.com
    I invested in the Superberb package which is for 40hrs ROI, and to my greatest surprised when I want to withdraw, I discovered that the btc address I deposited in my account was not correct, that is, a last digit missing which was 3. I was able to know this because I am familiar with my btc address because I use it often. I contacted the support that I want to edit my address because it was sealed from my end and I can't edit it, the online agent told me that I have to re-invest same 300$ I invested earlier before I can edit my wallet address. I was so surprised because I haven't seen where such is done. And when I clicked on deposit to make another deposit, there is no connection with it to editing btc address. I begged them to let me use the 330$ earnings so I can re-invest that and edit they said their system is automated like blockchain and I need to re-invest 300$ freshly. It was then I knew I have been completely scammed of my $300. I even tried to withdraw like that without the last digit 3 showing, the withdrawal never went anywhere even if the address was wrong.
    Please don't invest your money there is a complete scam. Is so unfortunate I fell for these scammers, they completely edited my address so I can't withdraw and demand I re-invest again ��

  • #2

    News Online Income (Friday, 24 August 2018 10:20)

    Dear Harry,
    Thanks for sharing your experience with CME Coins. It will help lots of visitors here to know the reality of CME Coins. Thanks a lot and sorry for your loss.