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September 09, 2015, 07:00:28 PM
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I first time read about those was from CoinTelegraph.com from a spammy ad . I made a thread sometime ago on the Service discussion asking people how legit is Bitplutos is , didn't get much answers but seems like there is few posts so I decided to post to start posting the reviews of people here that accuse this company of scam and we will see the results , this is only a community alert from members so it should be taken seriously . It's nothing confirmed yet :

If anyone is wondering if Bitplutos is legit, this was my experience with them:

I signed up and deposited some BTC, then I got this email: http://pasteboard.co/vyoOWIv.png

Now, I replied saying "sure"..  Why wouldn't you?

So then I used my 1 BTC deposit (didn't touch the bonus amount) to play some binaries, which I won around 80% profit in 1 day.  So I went to make a withdraw, I clicked "make withdraw" and was presented with a "your withdraw request was successful" despite not even being asked for a withdraw wallet address..  Just to be clear, I didn't try to withdraw the bonus, I assumed this wouldn't be allowed anyway, I just wanted what I'd won.

I thought this was strange that I wasn't asked for my address when withdrawing, so I sent them an email asking what was going on..  I had this reply: http://pasteboard.co/vyLCVkr.png

So now I'm told there's terms and conditions attached to the bonus BTC, terms that were never presented to me let alone agreed to. So now he claims you have to do $7,000+ worth of volume before you can withdraw your BTC, whether you touched your bonus or not.

This company is run by complete con artists, they trick you in you taking a bonus which they use as an excuse not to pay out.

Stay away from these clowns.


Whoever tried them or have any informations about them please post below .


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September 09, 2015, 07:09:24 PM
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Ah, of course. I guess this confirms that there is absolutely no such thing as free money - or, in this case, a free 0.5BTC bonus.

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September 27, 2015, 01:15:01 PM
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I found other new informations about this website here :  http://scam-watch.bitcoinheaven.net/2015/08/bitplutos-bitplutoscom-scam.html

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(Here is a tool which list every business registry around the world, so you can research your own companies you may find suspect! https://investigativedashboard.org/business_registries/)

Owner - IVAN VUČINIĆ
whois registration info...of course anonymous. The big part is this service is hosted in the U.S. where it is illegal-see below...http://whois.domaintools.com/bitplutos.com

This is a copy of their Limited Liability Registration http://pretraga.crps.me/Home/PrikaziSlog/1. This does NOT cover the types of businesses they are running. You are not protected in any way, shape, or form. Nor do they have insurance, which is why they registered for an LLC. They could never pass the stringent laws, or follow the guidelines required for an actual business of this type. Two actual trading companies, both under the same LLC. The FCC will have a field day with this one.

U.S. Citizens read this: "USA REGULATION NOTICE: Binary Options Companies are not regulated within the United States. These companies are not supervised, connected or affiliated with any of the regulatory agencies such as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), National Futures Association (NFA), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Please take notice that any unregulated trading activity by U.S. Citizens is considered unlawful. Binary Options Companies may not accept customers located within the United States or holding an American citizenship."

I also noticed they limited the credit card deposit amount to try to stay under the radar...until I point it out.

I could find no registration for them at the The Serbian Business Registers Agency http://pretraga2.apr.gov.rs/ObjedinjenePretrage/Search/Search

The only UK registration I could find for the name Exclusive Limited was this one, and only this one http://www.companieslist.co.uk/01689233-exclusive-limited.


Company type: Private Limited Company Company number: 01689233 Company status: Dissolved country of origin: United Kingdom incorporation date: 1982.12.24dissolution date: 2002.12.03 last member list: 2000.12.31 has UK establishment: No has appointments: Yes in liquidation: No Nature of Business:
7499 - Non-trading company
The exact address listed is used by many different companies, which is a common practice for a company with a virtual office or rented mailbox in a business building. Here is a Google search of the exact address: https://www.google.com/search?q=50+Town+Range%2C+Suites+7b+%26+8b%2C+Gibraltar&oq=50+Town+Range%2C+Suites+7b+%26+8b%2C+Gibraltar&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=0&ie=UTF-8

These are two more websites owned by the same parent company: Do they sound familiar?

eXbino - eXbino is an online binary options site using SpotOption software.. It is one of 2 online sites owned by Exclusive Limited d.o.o.. The site's primary language is Polish. A download is not required to place a wager.
eXbinoG.com - eXbinoG.com is an online sportsbook also offering casino games, games, live dealer games, lottery, and mobile sportsbooks using BetConstruct and Microgaming software licensed in Montenegro. It is one of 2 online gaming sites owned by Exclusive Limited d.o.o.. The site's primary language is English.

These are all the related addresses so far...

BitPlutos is a brand owned by Exclusive Limited d.o.o. (reg. no. 5-0668456), a Montenegro registered company whose registered address is Cetijnski put bb, 81000 Podgorica, Montenegro

Exclusive Ltd, a EU company with REID number: GICO.109205-40, located at 50 Town Range, Suites 7b & 8b, Gibraltar

EXCLUSIVE LIMITED D.O.O.
Company Information
Cetinjski Put Bb Fax 170
Podgorica, Serbia

Then there is this bit of disturbing information where they claim to be registered with the IBC (also they were not listed in the International Business Companies Registry at all):

eXbino is an Exclusive LTD brand, registered in accordance with the European Union laws – IBC REGISTRATION NO: 109205, Suites 7B & 8B, 50 Town Range, Gibraltar

I found this totally legal company with the same IBC reg # iqoption.com

Local, national, and international law enforcement agencies and governing financial institutions are being contacted. As well are the credit card companies with screenshots of fraudulent limited investment amounts, and all other payment services. The host and ISP will be notified after law enforcement reports are collected.


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October 21, 2015, 09:17:30 AM
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Hi guys,

I am posting hear as the other thread is locked...
I am sorry to hear all that. William i think you will not get the money from them however we have to admit that they are right if it was written in their terms and conditions. They should have communicated that better tho. I also tried them today! I did not asked for a bonus tho. I tried both long term and short term with the following pairs: Bitcoin / EUR and AUD / CHF as i have some financial background and watch the markets all day. I deposited 1 bitcoin and i made 1 bitcoin in 3 hours.

I requested a payout and got it in 3 hours, on which i was surprised.

I think they are a legit company who just needs to communicate better.
FYI here is the transaction id for the payout:
https://blockchain.info/hu/address/7a5ed9d622e92ce7c8d9870b3173e01cf874564f

I will now buy some beers and probably try it again in the coming days.

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