Is a Corexswap a Scam? Cryptocurrency Investments and Blockchain Solutions

Corexswap located at corexswap.com, which claims to be a cryptocurrency investments and blockchain solutions company, is a fake. Corexswap claims they are the first cloud mining provider, but that is not true. The first mining provider was started by a company called CEX in October 2013. Also, Corexswap said they were established in 2017, but their domain name was registered less than 2 months ago, on 2021-08-11.

Is a Corexswap a Scam? Cryptocurrency Investments and Blockchain Solutions

Corexswap's Cryptocurrency Investments Website

Corexswap located at corexswap.com

Established in 2017 as the first cloud mining provider, Corexswap has become a multi-functional cryptocurrency exchange, trusted by over a million users.

Corexswap operates under the rules of financial, operational and legal safety, as well as AML and KYC regulations. All transactions are processed via encrypted HTTPS connections with the use of safe TLS protocols and encryption algorithms.

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  • October 1, 2021 at 8:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Oakland, Farmington Hills, Michigan, United States

    Just got the exact same offer, saw the bot chat box and proceeded to verify the site. Found this. Thanks for the warning, red flags arent worth my sats. Be safe plebs.

  • September 26, 2021 at 10:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Metro Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    I'm swallowing my pride here and sharing my experience with you all. I'm foolish and I should have known better. I was not only upset at myself but started to feel a little depressed. I just want everyone to know that no amount of money is worth your life. For those that need to hear this, you can always start over or move forward.

    Some details to mention. The site does look legit at first glance, but as you pay attention more to the details you start seeing inconsistencies on the site. Some of the dates talking about themselves don't line up.

    Yes, I have recently fallen victim to their scam. On discord I had apparently won .42 of a bitcoin. All I needed to do was create an account on their site and input a promo code. The instructions were to put in the code then boom, .42 BTC (about $17500 at the time) in your account. Here's where red flags start to increase. In order for you to access it, you need to "verify" your account by depositing exactly .01btc into the wallet. After having done that you still can not move any BTC. Instead you are met with another restriction as you are forced to upgrade your account for having more than .03btc (as now you have .43btc). Now you have to upgrade to a premium account by atleast depositing a total of .05btc into the account. Let's just end it at that.

    I just lost my money. I don't have much of it. I felt like I let myself and my s/o down. Lessons learned. I'm sorry to those that have already fallen for this. I hope some how by posting this, I can help spread more awareness. Take care everyone.

    • September 27, 2021 at 12:44 PM by an anonymous user from: Varsity, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

      I was so close to falling for it myself. Thanks for confirming that it is a scam, I really wanted it to be true but all the red flags(domain dates not the day they claimed to have started a business, poor customer support just begging for a deposit, and then you gotta give me your money 1st and quick)led me to scour the internet to see if anyone else had won 0.42btc through discord and if they actually got the money. Really sorry you find out the hard way that they are scammers, I almost made the same mistake they do look legit.

    • September 27, 2021 at 9:48 AM by an anonymous user from: TreĆĄnjevka, Zagreb, Croatia

      Thank you for that!

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