Last Updated on August 2, 2022 by Stephan Lindburg
Welcome to our updated Bitcoin Compass Review and SCAM investigation.
Is Bitcoin Compass SCAM which should be blacklisted, or should we endorse it and recommend it to our viewers and members? Regardless of you initial impression, you should know that the Bitcoin Compass software, app, and fake investment platform has metastasized and is now officially being copied and endorsed by the most notorious affiliate network in the online trading scene. Why is this happening? Most likely because some scammer believed it would be effective in baiting people and getting them to fund a real money trading account. But that’s not the most troubling development, we are most concerned with the flood of complaints that suddenly arrived through our contact page. It seems the Bitcoin Compass SCAM is now connected to some of the most hideous brokers in the industry. When we signed up our account was linked to a broker named Kaya FX, which is an Estonian Forex & CFD broker owned by GammaTech Services. If you ever had the displeasure of signing up for this filthy brokerage, you would know immediately just how slimy and conniving they are. So, do you believe Bitcoin Compass is a legitimate and genuine trading software? If so you really must take a minute to read our revealing Bitcoin Compass review because we exposed the liars and con artists behind this latest get-rich-quick scheme.
Official Website, Login Page, and Members Area: en.thebitcoincompass(dot)com, the-bitcoincompass(dot)com/
Critical Update: Bitcoin Compass is also being advertised now as Profit Compass.
Proof of SCAM (There’s A Lot)
Below is a screenshot taken directly from the Bitcoin Compass primary sales page and registration area. You can see the “always controversial” John McAfee talking about how Bitcoin can hit $500K and how you can become the next Bitcoin Millionaire.
Below we have same McAfee (obviously taken out of context), and right next to him you can see the cloned app using the same name and logo. Only for some reason the cheaters from the Bitcoin Revolution and Crypto Revolt scams have decided to latch on to this scheme and add it to their arsenal of get-rich-quick scams.
Regardless, Bitcoin Compass is copied into another scam we blacklisted here which is called Bitcoin Victory. There is also a third version designed to look more like a business opportunity. All versions of the Bitcoin Compass are scams and should be avoided as we shall prove in our review. But first, more findings.
So, here is the testimonial section of the Bitcoin Compass scam app. Its quite plain to see that all the testimonials are forged and the only thing which is genuine is the intent of the ripoff artists operating behind the scenes to deceive you.
Moving on to the broker section. Here are the post-signup pages for both Bitcoin Compass and Bitcoin victory. Again, its very easy to see we are looking at a duplicate system or some type of turnkey solution for affiliate marketers or media agencies looking to plugin to a ready-made software.
Bitcoin Compass Fake News
We have seen an initial flurry of fake news scam alerts which lead to the Bitcoin Compass scam. Initially viewers express interest in various lifestyle or news articles online, and then click on select advertisements which in turn lead them to what appears as legitimate news websites. However, clicking links inside the so-called “news” websites will direct you to the Bitcoin Compass.
What Is Bitcoin Compass and How Does It Work?
The original Bitcoin Compass software talks about an exclusive club of millionaires which offers its members “crazy returns” on their investment. They claim it is a trading platform which executes trades with an incredible degree of accuracy, hence generating much profit for its members.
Bitcoin Compass Review, No You Will Not Become A Millionaire!
The Bitcoin Compass sales presentation is basically an amalgamation of various videos consisting of wealth gurus such as Bill Gates, John McAfee, and Mike Novogratz. The videos are of course taken completely out of context and designed to create an illusion that Bitcoin can make you rich and all you need to do is join the Bitcoin Compass in order to become the next millionaire. They claim their software uses “cutting-edge” technology which delivers “seriously high-performance that is unbelievably easy to use”. In reality this is just a ruse designed to bait and trap you into signing up using fraudulent software.
Bitcoin Compass Dragons’ Den
We have received complaints about fake news articles indicating the cast of the Dragons’ Den are using the Bitcoin Compass software and generating money. This is not something new and seems to be a recurring theme among scammers, so please make sure to keep your distance and stay away. There are also additional fake news articles were were able to spot, and they all use fake endorsements by celebrities or public figures such as Gordon Ramsay, Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and more recently Daniel Radcliff.
Is It Free?
Absolutely not! Get ready to part with at least $/£/€250, and that money will be charged to your account by some filthy offshore broker like Kaya FX as we already mentioned.
Fake Bitcoin Compass Reviews
Yea, unfortunately we have seen quite a few of those and it’s only getting worse. These webmasters are publishing fake Bitcoin Compass reviews (see example below) because they get paid referral money every time you invest, hence the conflict of interest. So be smart and start asking yourself the hard questions.
Tested Alternatives That are Proven To Work
We are sure that some of you are asking yourself what does work? Fortunately we were able to compile a short yet reputable list of consistent money-making apps which have proven themselves. These are all listed in our recommended section so take a minute or two to check them out.
Bitcoin Compass Review Summary, Conclusions, and Helpful Tips
The Bitcoin Compass SCAM software, app, and fake signals app is a BLACKLISTED SCAM and confirmed get-rich-quick scheme (of that there is no denying). If you have been illegally solicited to join this phony app via SPAM email, social media advertisements, of various forms of fake news ads, we highly recommend you refrain from doing so and save your money for more reputable and reliable software. We know at times these schemes can be very convincing, but the facts speak for themselves so don’t take the bait and never divulge your credit card information as we have received reports of offshore brokers overcharging clients and stealing their money. As always, if you are looking for more evidence of scam simply message us by leaving a comment below or via our YouTube Channel, Facebook Group, and G+ profile.