Is Bitampax a Scam? Bitcoin Exchange

Bitampax located at bitampax.com, which claims to be a Bitcoin exchange that allows anyone to buy and sell the cryptocurrency, is untrustworthy. The website claims Bitampax LTD was registered in November 2017 and they launched their affiliate program in June 2020, but their website's domain name was registered on 2020-12-29, approximately 137 days ago.

Is Bitampax a Scam? Bitcoin Exchange

About Bitampax Bitcoin Exchange Website

Bitampax - bitampax.com

ADDRESS

NEW YORK

1 Whitehall St, New York, NY, 10004, USA

LONDON

52 Upper St, The Angel, London N1 0QH, England

PHONE NUMBERS

+1(470) 236-6812

+88(0231) 3421-453

EMAIL ADDRESSES

contact@Bitampax.com

info@Bitampax.com

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  • November 10, 2021 at 5:41 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    Hi, I think they're using Bitkidle.com now. How does the scam work though?

    • November 14, 2021 at 8:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Nairobi, Nairobi County, Kenya

      they contact you through discord mostly and tell you that you have won a giveaway prize in Bitcoin cash, through a link. The link takes you to a website where you register, and immediately you do, your prize money appears on your account.

      Here's the catch, for you to use or send this 'Bitcoin' amount, you'll need to activate your account by sending a specified amount of money in Bitcoin. Once you send money in Bitcoin to your account on the website, it's stolen coz Bitcoin isn't refundable or traceable.

      Their websites are professionally made complete with a dashboard that reflects the Crypto prices changing in real-time, making it look authentic.

  • November 3, 2021 at 7:00 AM by an anonymous user from: Nala, Mpumalanga, Free State, South Africa

    The list is getting longer... The more I search... Just check them out (Scammers)

    www.cryptogeo.net

    erixbit.com,

    imaxbit.com,

    reocrypt.com,

    www.cryptoatlant.com

  • November 3, 2021 at 6:49 AM by an anonymous user from: Nala, Mpumalanga, Free State, South Africa

    Amazing... Here is more...

    erixbit.com

    imaxbit.com

    reocrypt.com

    www.cryptoatlant.com

  • May 24, 2021 at 3:11 PM by an anonymous user from: Stockholms län, Sweden

    EDIT: It should be 2021-05-24, NOT 2021-04-24... sorry :(

  • May 24, 2021 at 3:10 PM by an anonymous user from: Stockholms län, Sweden

    They now also use the following URLs:

    cryptolimes.com

    geextrade.com

    Both above was registered within a few days as of 2021-04-24...

    Filed a complaint with FTC, we'll see if the reply...

  • May 19, 2021 at 11:14 AM by an anonymous user from: Osaka, Osaka, Japan

    Definently a scam run by russians. After you send them any info and try to cash out from their giveaway, they will ban you.

    They use HWID to track bans so I like to spoof it and just spam the site with malicious stuff and c**k pictures as profile pics. Of course I recommend a VPN as well if you want to mess with them and see the inconspicous "ban" message

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