Blockfichains.com is a website that has been suspended. Here’s what you need to know about the Blockfichains SCAM!
The domain Blockfichains.com was registered on June 25, 2022, for one year through NameCheap, Inc. It was hosted by Web-hosting.com.
Still indexed on Google is Blockfichains’ Sign in page, which has the following description:
Trade and invest in cryptocurrencies, stocks, ETFs, currencies, indices and commodities on Blockfichains’s disruptive trading platform.
There also used to be a homepage, About Us page, Get Started page, FAQ, Affiliate page, and Sign up page. The copyright line used to say: “© Blockfichains 2020.”
Strangely, their live chat widget is still working on the Google Cache version of their Sign In page. The window says “We reply immediately,” we try our luck, but get no response.
Online, we find a scam-detector.com page, according to which the legitimacy of blockfichains.com is questionable as it has a medium-low trust rank of 38.3/100 according to Scam Detector’s VLDTR®. The website received this rating based on 50 relevant factors, including WHOIS data and social media feedback.
And on scamadviser.com, Blockfichains.com has a very low trust score of 1/100 and has been reported as a possible scam by Scamkillers.
The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity on WHOIS, and the website appears to be hosted by a company with a bad reputation. Additionally, the website offers data-sensitive financial services hosted on a shared server, which can make it vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
The registrar of the domain has a high percentage of spammers and fraud sites, and the website offers services that are considered high-risk, including cryptocurrency services.
We also find other blockfichains scam reviews, such as one by a victim who lost $2,624 to a cryptocurrency scam. The scammer’s phone number is (234) 805-59051, their website is blockfichains.com, and their email is email@example.com.
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The scammer promised to send more funds if the victim sent a certain amount of Bitcoin. The victim was also convinced to provide their Instagram information, and the scammer hacked into it and changed the email and password.
And on Trustpilot MoonPay page in Italian, there’s a review by a victim who was advised to invest in Bitcoin and blockfichains, which turned 500 euros into 9800 in one day.
However, they were then asked to pay another 1500 to get their money back. Due to being sick and in the hospital, they were unable to operate, and their husband requested a deduction of 1500 from the profit or a return of 500.
The victim was bombarded with messages on Instagram, with no phone numbers provided. The victim suspects fraud.
And a review from December 15, 2022, by a person who purchased bitcoin on Blockfichains but the sponsor is demanding a ransom to upgrade their account and withdraw the money.
Dispute regarding Blockfichains.com
We found a legal document that describes how BlockFi Inc., a US-based financial services company that offers a cryptocurrency trading and management platform (blockfi.com), has won a dispute over the domain name blockfichains.com registered by New Zealand-based Fortress Arigo.
The company filed a complaint with the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center claiming that the disputed domain name is identical or confusingly similar to its registered trademark for BLOCKFI and that the respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the disputed domain name, and that the disputed domain name was registered and is being used in bad faith.
As the respondent did not reply to the complainant’s contentions, the panel found in favor of the complainant, and the disputed domain name will be transferred to BlockFi.
In conclusion, block fichains (blockfichains.com) is a website that has been suspended and has a questionable reputation based on online reviews.
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It is important to exercise caution when dealing with any online financial service, especially those that are not subject to FDIC or SIPC protections.
Blockchain technology and distributed ledger technologies have numerous potential applications, but it is important to understand the risks associated with using private blockchains and storing digital currency on the blockchain.
It is important to remember that digital assets are not legal tender and that valid transactions on a blockchain network require a private key.
Smart contracts and blockchain applications can be powerful tools, but it is important to do your research and understand the risks before investing.
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