Is Bitlux net a Scam? Online Cryptocurrency Investment

Is Bitlux net a Scam? Online Cryptocurrency Investment

Bitlux, the so-called online crypto investment website located at, is untrustworthy. Bitlux is using the same website template as Coinomac, an untrustworthy website that was exposed in June. It seems the people behind Coinomac started Bitlux because it was exposed. They used the same website template and changed the name of the company.

Bitlux Crypto Investment Website

Bitlux at online crypto investment

50 London Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3RA

2021 Invest Secure Ltd.

(UK Registration: 11710817)

Below is the Coinomac website. You will notice that it looks exactly like Bitlux, all that has been changed is the name of the company.

Coinomac Crypto Investment Website

The people behind Bitlux has been sending out the text message below claiming they have deposited money into the recipients' account and ask them to sign into their website.

As requested, a non taxable deposit of $848,517.00 is made into your BITLUX investment portfolio. Visit

But, what the message read is not true. It seems to be a trick to get recipients into clicking the link in the text.

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  • April 14, 2022 at 3:49 AM by an anonymous user from: Marion County, Woodburn, Oregon, United States

    It came to me via a crypto giveaway

    And the code I used put them btc in my account with them

    They never asked me to buy anything

    Unfortunately I forgot my password

  • January 3, 2022 at 9:58 PM by an anonymous user from: Argenta, Illinois, United States

    It's a phishing scam, for sure. Never click on a link in an unknown/unsolicited email/text.

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