coinbull.io

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coinbull.io

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WANT TO RECOVER YOUR LOST FUNDS? I never thought I will get scammed of all my assets on this exchange which I was warned by friends to keep off the exchange, they stole all my life saving the total funds of $68k worth of bitcoin. I couldn’t believe bitcoin can ever be recovered all thanks to a kind hearted man called Dennis which I met on telegram he gave me the right platform for my bitcoin recovery. His telegram handle is ‘Denniscot01’ Or mail him at denniscot17 @ gm ail. com
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4 months ago

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review by Anna Brooks

oxowealthrecovery provided me with excellent service to receive most of my funds back. I had made a large investment with a binary option company and over a period of time had tripled this investment. It turned out to all be fictitious and then had the horrible realization that I had probably lost everything to these scammers. I knew I had limited time to maybe recover a little of my original investment. It required solid teamwork and persistence. The results show their superb knowledge base. I highly recommend this company.
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4 months ago

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review by H. Z.

I used wealthchargeback.com to recover funds that I had invested with coinbull.io. Coinbull.io would not let me withdraw my money from my account. So I found wealthchargeback.com that says they are able to recover assets from companies like this. I spoke to “Drew Camden”. He said he could recover all the money for me and I would not have to pay up front. He requested screenshots of my account to prove that I had funds with coinbull.io. He accepted the screenshots and said he could get my money back by hacking into their system. He had me set up a digital wallet as the money would come back to me in bitcoin (coinbull.io is a crypto currency brokier). He said it would come a little at a time and would take 2-3 days. So I did get a tiny bit of money come into my digital wallet. Then Drew contacted me and said they are having a problem because coinbull thinks my wallet is new so the funds won’t go into my wallet. He said if I could buy a bitcoin and put it in my wallet, then that would trick the system into thinking it’s not a new wallet. I hesitated in doing this because I said I could not afford to lose more money. He said that this would be just temporary as I would get the $6,000 back plus the rest of the funds I had invested with coinbull.io. So I put $6,000 worth of bitcoin in my digital wallet. Within minutes, the money was gone from my digital wallet! It got sent to another wallet. I immediately contacted Drew and he said that the “process got reversed” and instead of the money coming into my wallet it got taken out! Can you believe this s**t? So I said let’s just forget it and give me my $6,000 back and we’ll move on. He said he could not do that and that the money is gone. But if I put in a lot MORE money, I will get all my money back and a lot more. He was talking like $100,000. I know he thinks I’m stupid since he already stole $6,000 from me, but I am smart enough not to put another dime in the account. So instead of recovering any of the money I invested with coinbull.io, I am out an additional $6,000! Unbelievable! I reach out to someone for help, and they just turn around and rip me off, too. I later got in contact with Collins Wheeler who went through my transaction history with coinbull.io and explained what most scammers do. Reach out COLLINSWHEELERT AT PROTONMAIL COM He helped to get the funds but I’m still looking for a legit trade to get involved in again.
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4 months ago

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review by Sallie Edward

I invested quite a lot of money into coinbull and was told each and every time I won that I am not able to withdraw.  My account Manager by the name of Martin Ramos is exremely rude and was not professional at all.  I feel this is a scam inspite of emails and calls that you are able to withdraw whenever you want to.   I was able to recovery some of my lost funds through Recoveryexperts0 at gmail. People please be careful especially when they call you to invest in this scam.
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4 months ago

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review by Thomas laurel

never believed I could get scammed of my total life savings of $58k worth of Bitcoin, I was warned by my wife to avoid deals on this platform that a lot of scammers are there which I believe the platform will be secured. I never for once thought crypto funds was recoverable. All thanks to ryong lee who I met on same telegram. He’s kind hearted and gave me the right platform to get all my bitcoin recovered. His telegram handle is *Denniscot01* Or gm ail at denniscot17 @ gm ail. com
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4 months ago

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review by Leo

I have also been fraud last september for over €40.000,and it’s Michael Rosenberg and Alexander Petrovsky who has fooled me. Alexander Petrovsky claimbed me for not investing…. I said I wanted to know where my money was gone! He told me I had an account – I said I knew,but I had just 28800 there. He asked me to wait a few minutes and told me I was wrong – I had €48880 on my account. I asked him to send me the account by email,and I got it. But when I asked to withdraw the amount everything became very difficult,and now they have closed my account. Please I have engaged CYBERING INTELLIGENCE and so far they look promising because i have got back 60% of my deposit and waiting to get the rest next week as the disbursement firm that is handling the settlement is facing some challenges due to covid-19. To anyone who has been down the same road, you can contact CYBERING via email on enquiries AT cybering:net
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11 months ago

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review by Shannel Monroe

We have found that this business does not have SSL (secure sockets layer), which means that you should think twice before trusting this business with your data, such as personal information or credit card details, because your information will not be digitally connected to a cryptographic key and secure connection cannot be established. We discovered that the domain for this business is relitevely new, which means that it could be a start-up business that does not yet have a huge amount of customers.
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