EX Bonds Review – Legit 5% Daily ROI or Huge Ponzi Scam?
- EX Bonds Reviews
- August 7, 2020
Welcome to my EX Bonds Review!
This is one of the latest network marketing companies in the investment niche and I decided to take a closer look.
Chances are someone approached you about their crazy 5% daily returns and you landed here to make sure it’s legit.
The good news is I am going to walk you through everything you can make the right decision…
Just PAY close attention and read this to the end…
EX Bonds Review (Company)
When you land on their website you will notice there is no information on who runs or owns the company.
I decided to take a look at the domain registration “exbonds.com” and found out it was privately registered on February 26th, 2020.
Now they have an UK incorporation for the company EX Bonds LTD with a company number: 12485609.
They have a registered office address:
45 Monmouth Street, London, England, WC2H 9DG
EX Bonds Products
EX Bonds Compensation Plan
EX Bonds has affiliate invest anywhere between $10 to $100,000 on a promise they will get a 50 day return.
Invest $10-$10,000 – earn 300% ROI over 50 days (4% daily).
Invest $10,000-$100,000 – earn 350% ROI over 50 days (5% daily).
You can make these investments in USD or cryptocurrencies.
Note there is a 10% fee charged when you withdraw funds.
- 5% on level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates)
- 1% on level 2 and 3
Cost To Join EX Bonds
The actual affiliate program is free but if you want to be part of the passive returns opportunity you must invest anywhere between $10 to $100,000.
Unlike all the other EX Bonds reviews out there I am going to keep it real with you…
Does the EX Bonds scam exist?
Well lets look at the facts…
EX Bonds apparently generates it’s external revenue through FX Trading, cryptocurrency trading, gold trading and a few other things.
When I tried to look for proof of this happening I couldn’t find anything…
Now because they are guaranteeing return on investments they MUST be registered to a securities regulator which makes it the FCA for EX Bonds.
Now I showed you earlier they are not registered and are offering illegal securities.
They have a fake address and UK incorporation can be purchased for cheap with barely any regulation which is the choice of scammers.
Only verifiable funds I see is newly invested funds paying off existing members which makes this company a ponzi scheme.
Plus we don’t know who runs the company and they have no actual products…yikes.
I would personally stay away from this one…
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