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September 07, 2017, 03:16:25 AM
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Hello Everyone,

Coinsbank is a scam !!! They are a really smart scammers too....finding out new ways to scam their customers. Below is another example. If needed I will provide my account details too.

 --> When I first deposited money in my Coinsbank account, and did my first transaction (USD to Bitcoin), they reversed the transaction after 2-3 days without my consent or knowledge and even reverted the deposited money (back to my actual bank account, i.e. credit card). And I had to incur heavy charges by both - my actual bank & Coinsbank. Either the transaction should have been allowed to made in the first place, or else they should have made more of an effort to contact me properly. They just wanted to earn more transaction charges and steal my profits !!

--> When I asked Coinsbank about what happened, they sad they want another document now, but this message was not sent to my registered email, but was hiding in a deep corner of the account, which as a new user you will never see. Additionally, I have not yet found the tab they are referring to, where I should save this additional document. So now I got suspicious and researched about them.

--> Having decided that I don't want to continue with them, I asked them to transfer my profits (which I made over those 2-3 days....almost $700), so that I can close my account. To this, they say they will keep the profit for themselves and not refund the profits. So I asked them that would they have covered the loss, if I had made a loss? That is, not deduct from my initial deposit....to which they have not replied yet. I think we are all smart enough to see what is going on here.

--> I have also offered them to email then the additional document, but they refuse to accept.

I will urge all to not deal with them, as there are many other, better, trading companies out there who will not harass you and waste dozens of hour of your precious time.
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September 16, 2017, 01:25:18 AM
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Coinsbank scam 100% i can't withdraw Angry my 0.23 btc
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September 16, 2017, 09:00:24 AM
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It`s not a proof and No CoinsBank is not a scam.



Hurt that CoinsBank is being called a scam? Ok let me hurt you more: COINSBANK IS A SCAM! COINSBANK IS A BIG FRAUD!

Have a look at the above complaints and many more which litter this forum about customers who have been shafted and defrauded by staff of this so-called wanna-be "bank"! Have a look at the miserable reviews about this Belize-based "bank" pretending to be a legitimate financial institution with brick and mortar facilities in Scotland!

The site, the company and the people behind it are con artists. They introduced this exchange with great fanfare and confetti bla bla but this all turned out to be a facade for their upcoming scams!

Read their facebook and twitter pages. They are littered with people complaining about "scam.. can't withdraw"!

People should stop injecting funds into these scammers' hot wallets. When one holds an account with this "bank" and can't withdraw (but can easily deposit) you have a full-blown scam operating brazenly.

Stop using them! Store your bitcoins elsewhere!



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March 11, 2018, 11:17:15 AM
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Hurt that CoinsBank is being called a scam? Ok let me hurt you more: COINSBANK IS A SCAM! COINSBANK IS A BIG FRAUD!

We absolutely do not know why you draw such conclusions. We had little difficulty in working with cards and, we want to assure you that there is absolutely no reason to call us scammers. If you have specific suggestions or observations by our work, we are always open to dialogue.

Coinsbank scam 100% i can't withdraw Angry my 0.23 btc

We apologize for the late reply. Has your issue been resolved? The team of Coinsbank tries to answer all the questions that arise on time in details

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March 13, 2018, 11:54:45 PM
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Hopefully all issue resolve and will have a better trust in your bank ?
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March 14, 2018, 12:02:57 PM
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Hopefully all issue resolve and will have a better trust in your bank ?

We understood our mistakes in dealing with our clients.
Customer support is completely reformed.
We create chats and groups to communicate with our customers in Telegram, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube.
Now we want to hear your suggestions and comments about our services!


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