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Report: #1512130

Complaint Review: Polchainfund.com - San Francisco CA

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  • Reported By: Michael — CA United States
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Polchainfund.com Polchain Fund (representing they are Polychain Capital... they are not). Fraudulent Crypto Scam Ponzi Represent they provide outsized returns by trading crypto assets crypto currency. blockchain San Francisco CA

*Consumer Suggestion: i was also scammed by this website, was rescued by asknetrecovery.com

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www.polchainfund.com 

This firm will scam you out of Bitcoin and Crypto investments, DO NOT INVEST, if you have invested - and there are others because of traces to the crypto wallets where our money was sent, you are not going to get your money back. This firm represents that they are Polychain Capital, they are not.  

This firm advertises: "Polychainfund is an American Investment Firm committed to exceptional returns for investors through blockchain assets managed in it's portfolio" We invested thousands of dollars (BTC transaction through Gemini) that promised outsized returns.  A 14-day investment, once the investment was done, we tried to withdrawal but then the excuses started. 

The signs are all clear now, this is an (embarrassingly) obvious scam site.  They tried to even flip it on us that we did a fraudulent investment, and in order to get our bitcoin / investment back, we'd need to invest again. There are numerous spelling and grammar mistakes on their site.  They have a photo of Pete Buttigieg as one of their testimonials.

The links to videos and PDF white papers don't work, blog links don't work.  "Founders" photos are blurry, unclear and ripped from other sites. 



They reference Polychain Fund and Polychain Capital (and its founders such as Olaf Carlson Wee and others, with multiple spelling errors) but are unassociated in anyway whatsoever. 

LinkedIn has one linked profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/torres-mendoza-4021701aa/  Torres Mendoza , likely a fraud. 





The website is impressive, including an investor account center showing the "accumulated returns".  The trouble all starts when you try to get your investment back.  Excuses come out, they accuse you of fraud and then try to get you to invest more. You'll also be offered a welcome bonus and bounty to invest in their funds, all to entice you to invest more money (and yes, it has a deadline to put the pressure on!). 

We have filed complaints and reports through counsel with various agencies in California, New York, and nationally with FTC, SEC and others.  Please note, this is not a registered business, this is not a firm listed with the SEC, there are no disclaimers on the website and no licenses of any kind associated. 





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i was also scammed by this website, was rescued by asknetrecovery.com

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, December 15, 2021

I lost more than half a million USD to Paul Anthony Nash was a very terrible experience, the thoughts of how I was being milked out of more money was quite painful and the couple of months after that were really slow and long till I found out about asknetrecovery.com and I got every single cent of what I was scammed out of back!! All thanks to asknetrecovery.com they helped me get my money back

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