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February 14, 2018, 07:53:30 PM
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Hello BCT my name is SmoreRus and I am a crypto miner/investor for personal purposes. Today I was doing a daily check on BTC market index like I do and I noticed an ad for a Cloud Mining Service called CredoTrade.com it said (Get 1000GH/s gift) mind you for an ad that's pretty catchy. BUT the real catch is actually depositing $250 FIRST then you getting a supposed additional $250 worth or 1000GH/s. Now thats all fine and dandy at the end of the day but I'm quite curious and my question was why such an offer?

Well upon doing some research I have come to find out a couple key points in how CredoTrade.com is a scam/ponzi/fake service what ever you'd like to call it. The reasons for my accusations are the following.

1.) Whois domain lookup
Nothing to flashy but the domain was established in 2017

Code:
Domain Name: CREDOTRADE.COM
Registry Domain ID: 2129128042_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2017-05-29T20:15:55Z
Creation Date: 2017-05-29T20:15:55Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2018-05-29T20:15:55Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505

And they said eveything was established in 2008?  Huh Huh
https://i.imgur.com/ClMuqKD.png

2.) Company Name Research
Very odd filing history and even thier existence is minimal
https://i.imgur.com/f7tUPvK.png
https://i.imgur.com/vAD2leY.png
https://i.imgur.com/Lx4Yd4d.png

Direct link to filing of company disbandment or handover
Code:
https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/SL027204/filing-history/MzE3OTkzMjc5M2FkaXF6a2N4/document?format=pdf&download=0

3.) Multiple complaints about being called back by this company (this is the number I was contacted from today 02/14/18)
800Notes - 1-647-724-3520 Reports
Code:
Kougar Vakarian
3 Oct 2017
3 calls in the last two days from this number. Leaving messages on my answering with no talking. Just background noise.
Caller: ?

CN
18 Oct 2017
called twice, claiming to be Financial adviser and that I 'filled" out a form to seek help in buying stocks. second call said he was doing collections. He knew my name only because I have it on voice mail.
Call type: Scam suspicion

Jb
18 Oct 2017
Called did not leave message

dj
8 Nov 2017
called claiming to be financial advisor from a company I'd never heard of- they asked if I was still interested in investing??? I hung up
Caller: don't know
Call type: Unwanted

sj
8 Nov 2017
they keep calling sometimes every 2 hours. Investment
Caller: 647-724-3520
Call type: Scam suspicion

K
9 Nov 2017
Keeps calling and not talking... hanging up... then calling again. this happened 3 times

James
10 Nov 2017
Called on my cell phone 6 times on the last 24 hrs, talked to him briefly yesterday and he said that I had filled out a forum on a website. Blocked the number on my phone and see where he attempted to call 6 more times since original call about 20 hrs ago.

Cc
14 Nov 2017
Knew my first name somehow. Said he knew I was interested in “stocks”. I said no. I asked what company he worked for and he said Credo.
Caller: Credo
Call type: Scam suspicion

Hans Gruber
25 Nov 2017
I've received 3 or 4 calls in last few days.  Asking if I am interested in investment opportunities, specifically bit coin.  Was an african sounding woman with screaming kids in the background, obviously not a financial professional and more than likely a scam.  I told her I don't discuss financial info. with people I don't know over the phone and to take me off their call list.  She finally got the hint and said good bye.  These people are very pushy.  Feel bad for seniors that fall victim to these calls.
Caller: Credo
Call type: Scam suspicion

100Scam
14 Dec 2017
First, they are not allowed to do solicitation on my phone number since i'm part of the Canadian list. They offer cryto-currencies service like Mining, Credit to buy token and [***] like that. Avoid at all cost. Called my provider and flagged them a pure scam.
Caller: Credit Credo ?
Call type: Scam suspicion


Phonesearch - 647-724-3520 Complaints
Code:
Report by Anonymous   2018-01-18 23:55:20   Unknown
I laughed at this guy so funny saying I could make money in bitcoin if I invest in his account . It was funny because I am a bitcoin investor have a certified account with major exchanges and even mine it myself. The way he was trying to sell it you would make nothing in bitcoin.
Report by Anonymous   2018-01-18 01:12:57   Negative
He said I can make money! F. off.
Report by Anonymous   2017-10-09 22:13:34   Negative
Only background voices in voicemail..calls 3x day...
Report by Anonymous   2017-10-02 22:18:25   Negative
This person called me was a male voice was not of white ethnic by the sound of The Voice and asked for Owen then hung up on me this happens quite often from other numbers too
Report by Bria   Long ago   Unknown
Received a phone call from this number. The caller did not leave any message.

Overall just seeing minimal signs of establishment, domain creation date doesnt match history of the company, no well recorded pre-existing company data, poor customer service if not the same guy everyone has spoken to, fake credentials, false advertisement. This is just steering up a pot of step the hell away from these guys! I have posted my two cents please feel free to stay on topic if you have any questions or comments, thank you and good luck!
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