Mining Cloud Top Review: A Cryptocurrency Scam Warning

Welcome to our Mining Cloud Top Review in which we investigate the website which was used to be found at

According to a complaint filed with the BBB (Better Business Bureau) on March 28, 2023, the website is a fraudulent website that claims they have earned a certain digital currency or points, and the website offers to exchange those units to USD for a fee.

The writer, a Hollansburg, Ohio, USA person, expresses sadness that many people are falling for this cryptocurrency scam, and they have reported the website multiple times, including to the recipient of the message. However, despite the reports, the website remains active even after a year. They write:

There’s an entire website that claims I have accumulated 30,000 units in the past year, and to exchange it to USD, it costs $64. It’s unfortunate because many people are falling for this scam, and I have reported this website multiple times, including to you, but it’s still up even after a year.

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The domain was registered two weeks ago, on March 24, 2023, for one year through NICENIC INTERNATIONAL GROUP CO., LIMITED by Alex Grobunich from Moskowskaya, Russia. It was protected by Cloudflare.

SimilarWeb ranks them 138,559 globally and 47,779 in the United States, which indicates they were a very popular website relative to the domain age with almost 400,000 visits in March 2023, mainly from the US, but also from Canada, Switzerland, Chile, Mexico, and other countries.

It has only one backlink, a automatically generated page. is not a legitimate website according to Scam Detector, which gave it the lowest trust rating of 0.0/100.

The website offered cloud mining services in the cryptocurrency sector, but Scam Detector identified high-risk activity related to phishing, spamming, and other factors relevant to the industry. The website was poorly designed, and it lacked credibility, showing that its quality is questionable at best. Scam Detector recommends staying away from this website. is no longer indexed on Google so the only way we can learn about it is from mentions it received elsewhere on the web.

Unfortunately, the only information we find is a page that contains no information but includes a screenshot of the website.

Combining it with the knowledge that Alex Grobunich from Moskowskaya, Russia is behind it, we can determine that was part of a network of scam websites which included and

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    And by searching for “Alex Grobunich” on Google we find additional websites created by him, such as:


    Bottom Line

    The website is a fraudulent website that claims to offer exchange services for digital currency or points to USD for a fee. Despite multiple reports, the website remains active even after a year. (Each time with a different domain name; it is part of a network of scam websites, owned by Alex Grobunich.)

    The website was poorly designed and lacked credibility, and it has been identified as high-risk activity related to phishing and spamming.

    We recommend staying away from this and other Alex Grobunich websites.

    If you have fallen victim to online scams, please comment below. If you have suffered a substantial financial loss, do not despair. We are here to assist you in recovering your funds!

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