Beware! Crypto Revolt App is most probably a scam system! Your investment may be at risk.
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A new menace looms over forex trading and its called “crypto robots.” Тhe websites of the crypto robots in question are usually absurd and full with hardly believable and over-the-top statements about all the opportunities that await their future clients, as well as testimonials from “ex-clients.” With the Crypto Revolt App there is some difference, but only slight. Going through the website we come across a standard trailer video, only a minute long, which doesn’t even expand upon the crypto robots offer, but only relays generic information about bitcoin. It is badly-made using cut-ups from interviews with financial gurus such as Richard Branson. We see on the website also the logos of credible financial companies such as McAfee or Secure Trading but with no clarity as to why we are seeing them on the website. This is a usual trope we see by crypto robots which try to lend themselves legitimacy by putting such logos on their website. Furthermore, we believe this robot is simply part of a serial scam where the con artists simply switch the logo of the website, but leaves the content unaltered. And believe it or not – many newbie traders do get pulled by the nose. Read further to see whether our suspicions about Crypto Revolt App are true.
No name, no address, no number
Despite our thorough research, we did not find any information on the website regarding the registered address, the supposed company behind the operation, nor even the country of origin. Here is a screenshot of the website:
On the screenshot we can see clearly how the crypto robot utilizes both the logos of respectable companies such as McAfee and the image of Richard Branson to lend itself legitimacy. It should go without saying that neither Richard Branson, nor McAfee has anything to do with Crypto Revolt App. The only relevant search results for “Crypto Revolt App” have the word scam written all over them. There is frightfully little information regarding the crypto robot on the web, as a matter of fact, the only mention of the company is in scam-exposing reviews or obvious fake five-star reviews. There are, however, two websites with favorable reviews for the crypto robot which are definitely fake. The first one is a gambling portal that will agree to put up any add for satisfactory pay and the other is a Google News-approved website which has one purpose only – it takes advantage of its unique website status in order to endorse such blatant scam operations.
Precisely such websites, promising riches and profits through crypto trading, mislead traders into registering and carelessly giving away their address, phone number and email. Minutes later, that same personal data is sent to brokers and the registered traders begin getting phone calls from unregulated forex brokers like iAlphaTrade or Up Forex urging them to invest. The crypto robots receive a commission for every trader that invest with the brokerages. As you can see from the screenshot below – this is what “clients of Crypto Revolt App” get when they “register” with the robot.
Same scam, different logos
One of the biggest problems that scammers face in the business is scam-exposing website where reviewers in detail describe the whole fraudulent operation. It would seem that after such a review the scammers will conlude that “the jig is up” and there is nothing else to do. However, they have found a way around it by spawning numerous identical websites where the same shady offer is presented by “different” crypto robots with “different” logos as well. While reviewing Crypto Revolt we could easily see that the website is copied from other crypto robots which we have already reviewed – Bitcoin Trader,Bitcoin Secret and Bitcoin Evolution. This is has come to be known as “serial scamming” where the same people operate numerous websites which all offer the same product – absolutely nothing, besides a link to an unregulated forex brokerage, as was shown above. You can clearly see from the screenshot below that the websites of Crypto Revolt, Bitcoin Trader, Bitcoin Secret and Bitcoin Evolution are pretty much the same:
No verified track record
One of the biggest problems with crypto robots such as Crypto Revolt App is the lack of assurance for results. We have no way of knowing or even supposing whether our expectations will be met in the slightest. In trading there are social platforms such as eToro or Zulutrade where you may search through the profiles of different traders, taking notice of his track-record in trading, whether losses or winnings are the majority. Such transparency adds significant assurance and partially, if not fully, removes risk. Where as with websites such as Crypto Revolt App you are relying on blind faith.
No regulatory supervision
We should also point out that such operations are not overseen by any relevant authority. The people behind the website do not fall under the oversight of a financial regulator and may do pretty much as they please, irrespective of rules or safety mechanisms.
Last, but not least – the mere way in which such operations look for funds should raise major security concerns. If Bitcoin Secret truly did have to offer a product worth something, they would have found alternative ways of financing themselves, instead of relying on cheap traffic through a cheesy bait-clicking commercial about itself. They can apply for a credit at the bank, or another popular option among today’s crypto companies is raising money through crowd-funding. However, you need legitimacy in order to pull that off – something which is drastically missing with Crypto Revolt App.
All in all, Crypto Revolt App comes across as a standard scam operation – the likes of which we have seen a lot – and we advise those interested not to risk it.