Is COINzor a Scam? Review of the Crytocurrency Website

Is COINzor a Scam? Review of the Crytocurrency Website

I got an unsolicited message claiming I have won a giveaway for something that didn't enter at My immediate reaction is that this must be a scam because it's way too good to be true. Regardless, I decided to follow the instructions in the message. So, I created a COINzor account and actiavated my code.

After activation , I receive my 0.51 BTC into my COINzor account. I then tried to withdraw the money from my Bitcoin wallet by clicking the "withdraw" button. But, a message pops up asking me to deposit 0.03 bitcoin before being able to withdraw, which reinforced the idea that this must be a scam. I knew that if I deposited the 0.03 Bitcoin I would never see it again, and the 0.51 Bitcoin deposited into by action wasn't legit.

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Also, the website claims it has Android and iOS apps, but the links to download both apps doesn't work. And, when I check the both platforms for a COINzor app, I didn't find one.

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  • November 16, 2020 at 9:45 PM by an anonymous user from: Factoria, Bellevue, Washington, United States

    The day I got it I searched the site as I never entered any cryptocurrency giveaway. The results? The site was less than 24 hours old and located in an "at risk" country. Definitely a scam. Don't waste your time unless you want to scam the scammers...

  • November 15, 2020 at 11:09 AM by an anonymous user from: Havana, Cuba

    The same happened to me. But it was smelling like scam. So if you say the need you to deposite 0.003btc why they are doing a giveaway? Thanks for you experience.

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