Ex Bonds Review: Legit Investment With Up To 350% ROI Or Scam?

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Welcome to my Ex Bonds Review!

Recently I have seen some buzz on internet in regards to this crypto mining platform, so I decided to take a closer look.

Probably someone approached you about this opportunity and the juicy up to 350% Daily ROI and you landed here to see whether it is legit or not.

You are in luck my friend! I will go through the company, products and compensation plan with all the details that is there, so you can make a right decision.

Make sure you PAY close attention and read this to THE End.

Ex Bonds Review (Company)

Ex Bonds, is a trading company which you can invest in pretty much everything from shares to cryptocurrency.

Landing on their website, there is no information about who runs or owns this company.

Next up was to check their domain registration.

So I went to who.is and checked for (“exbonds.com”) and found out it has been privately registered on February 26th 2020.

Ex Bonds Domain

Moving on to check their registration.

I couldn’t find their registration until I signed up with them.

Once I signed up, I saw that they do have a UK registration.

Ex Bonds registration

Now I was curios and went on google map to search the address. The address did seem like a commercial building.

However, I wasn’t convinced. So I dig a little bit deeper and found out the name of the offices in that building, which none was Ex Bonds.

Now checking the ‘People’ section in the registration, there is only one person named Don Coleman.

Ex Bonds Registration Director

I couldn’t find any digital footprint of this person that relate him to Ex Bonds. All I found was an actor and a basketball player.

In addition, UK registration is dirt cheap and not regulated at all, which makes it a favorite choice for scammers.

Red flags everywhere, and they haven’t been transparent at all.

Next on the list was to check their website engagement via Alexa rank.

As the time of writing this post, 17.2% of their traffic is from Egypt, 10.3% from Algeria and 8.6% from Vietnam.

Ex Bonds Alexa Rank

Ex Bonds review (Products)

They don’t have any retail product or services, with all you can do is signup and buy a package to start earning.

They also have a referral program, which I will go into its detail later.

It is very similar to mastercoin.top that I did review on.

Investment Plan

Currently, Ex Bonds have 2 investment plan available on their platform.

  • Standard: Investment range is from $10-$9,999. Daily profit of 4%. The duration of the contract is 50 calendar days. The principal return will be returned after completion of the contract duration. 300% return on investment. You can withdraw principal at anytime, however a 10% fee will be charged.
  • Premium: Investment range is from $10,000-$100,000. Daily profit of 5%. The duration of the contract is 50 calendar days. The principal return will be returned after completion of the contract duration. 350% return on investment. You can withdraw principal at anytime, however a 10% fee will be charged.

Referral Commission

Ex Bonds pays commissions utilizing the equivalent uni-level remuneration plan as below.

  • Level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates) – 5%
  • Level 2 – 1%
  • Level 3 – 1%

So you can earn on each their deposit or reinvestment as an additional funds to your balance. 

Cost To Join Ex Bonds

You can signup for free and start the affiliate program in hope you get some people to invest so you get some funds into your balance to start earning. Or you can just pay $10 and start with the standard plan.

Final Verdict

So is Ex Bonds a scam?

Let’s look at the facts, shall we?

We don’t know who runs or owns the company. There is a guy named Don Coleman in their registration paper, however I couldn’t find any digital footprint of him that connects him to Ex Bonds.

They are claiming that no matter what they can return either 300% ROI or 350% ROI without showing any proof.

Additionally, they are not registered with any security exchange organiziations such as SEC.

Any company that promises return on investment and works with exchange of any kind needs to be registered with the appropriate financial regulated of the jurisdiction they operate in.

Ex Bonds not being registered, means that they are offering return on investment illegally.

Just think about it, if they are able to make 350% ROI in 50 days what do they need your money for?

They can get a loan and do their magic and become super rich.

The only income that I can see is the new affiliate investments paying of the previous investors.

Which is your classic Ponzi scheme.[1]

Once the recruitment stall, they can’t fulfil the ROIs and the whole thing will collapses.

I can’t recommend this. Stay Away guys!

I hope you enjoyed my Ex Bonds review and if you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments below…

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