FX-CryptoChain.com Review

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Updated: Apr 21, 2024
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WARNING: FX-CryptoChain.com appears to be a HYIP.  So far, all HYIPS the FPA is aware of turned out to be Ponzi Schemes.  The FPA strongly recommends AGAINST placing money with any HYIP.

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Recent User Reviews of FX-CryptoChain.com

New Mexico, USA,
May 31, 2021,
Registered user

The stink of a PONZI scheme with Confidence racket over tones

Service use: Live Length of use: 3-6 Months
Long story short, I believe I am being scammed by fx-cryptochain.com.

The source of my complaint about fx-cryptochain.com:

Their webpage is scant on details, more so now that they've reworked it.
They have "agents" that work to pull people such as me into putting money into their bitcoin mining operations, and then show "profit" on your account page, along with the money they have "received" from their clients(i.e. me).
I can find little information about them searching the web.

Current state of affairs:

The agent I work with seems to be a decent person, but she is a bit pushy on wanting me to "invest" on a regular basis. I have "earned" approx. $141K USD on what they report to be approx. $14K USD (actually over $18K USD, minus fees, apparently).
When bitcoin decreased in apparent value recently, fx-cryptchain instructed my agent to inform me that I needed to withdraw my "profits" and that it would require a $4200 USD brokerage fee to do so. That fee amounted to approx $6000 USD by the time bitcoin transaction fees were imposed.
Now I have been informed that there will be a $7200 USD withdrawal and miners fee additionally imposed before I can be paid my "profits".
I have informed fx-cryptochain and my agent that the $4200 fee "tapped me out", and to withhold these additional fees from my "profits". The support email address and chat agents at fx-cryptochain do not respond to me and do not answer my proposal for funding these fees.
My agent has told me "the company" is not likely to accept such a proposal and is vigorously pushing me to "beg, borrow, steal, get more credit" for the money needed to pay these fees.

My concern:
I was encouraged by my agent to bring other people into this operation (I have not, wanted to see it perform and get answers to my questions first before doing such). She is pushing me hard to find money to pay these additional fees.
Fx-cryptochain does not respond to my email messages. Their contact phone number shows to be registered to no less than five cryptocurrency involved companies.
I have requested an account transaction register from both fx-cryptochain and my agent. Neither has supplied such or even responded to my particular request.
Now my "trading account" has been suspended, and when I log in, I am told to get in touch by sending email to an address with a different domain name OR to contact them via their chatbot (to which no one responds).

This has the stench of a ponzi scheme (bring others) and a confidence racket (trust me, everything is going to be really good!).