Is Coinomac a Scam? Online Crypto Investment

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

Is Coinomac a Scam? Online Crypto Investment
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Coinomac Crypto Investment Website

Coinomac at coinomac.com online crypto investment

coinomac.com

50 London Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3RA

2021 Invest Secure Ltd.

(UK Registration: 11710817)

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

Bitmantic Crypto Investment Website

For more information about Bitmantic, please click here.

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  • June 30, 2021 at 9:15 AM by an anonymous user from: Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

    Avoid them, it's clearly a scam. You receive an txt message and when you log in you find some amount in BTC (14 in my case).

    Then you can send them starting from 0.0001 BTC for a first transfer to confirm your account.

    Then you may think you can send the rest, but of course, you have only 13.9999 left and they mention that you can only send out from a minium of 14.0025 BTC. Don't risk to top on the account as it's for sure a scam and you may lose the amount of the BTC you will send. Of course it's a small as 800€ but for sure it's only the start to ask you for a second, third etc... transfer.

    Avoid them, big scam!

  • June 30, 2021 at 5:05 AM by an anonymous user from: Mill Hill, London, England, United Kingdom

    Is a total scam. Received a txt message from them saying I had hundreds of thousands of pounds in Bitcoins. They will then try and get you to pay a handling charge. needless to say don’t pay these scammers anything.

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