Report: #1507607

Complaint Review: Smart Pro Coin - Beach Haven New Jersey

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  • Smart Pro Coin 382 Centre St Beach Haven, New Jersey United States

Smart Pro Coin Smartprocoin.com Jim Bella Company Stole over $8300 and continue to request bogus fees!! Beach Haven New Jersey

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If there is anyone else out there that been bamboozled from this company please reach out as we I have family frined that works for the FBI. He has been monitoring the last few weeks of communication with this company.  

Seems to be a legtimate company from the front, but boy or boy get ready for a rude awakening. Pretty much you put money towards one of there investment plans, and in return they trade or mine on your behalf, but of course they dont tell you about any backdoor and trap fees, that you have to pay before you cash out. Someome referred me to this company thinking this would be a good monthly investment of returns, turns out you have to pay profile fee. and bitcoin upsale fee, by rewarding you with money between $10000-$30000 for no reason.

Then there is KYC fee, which I'm shock, because with Gemini you do not have to pay any kind of fees for the "Know Your Client". The saddest part about it is that each time you make a payment after promising numerous of times this is the last fee before your withdrawal! BAM! another fee pops up. 

The more you search the website the more you start to see that there testimonials are crop shots from other website, all you have to do is do a reverse lookup. I was able to find one of the contacts instagram and have reached out to her to see if she has in fact participated with them or even know her picture is being used with company to be promoted.

I have numerous of screenshots from support to their stating one thing, and then it becoming another. I do plan on moving forward with a lawyer, but if there are others that have been met with this demise, please reach out directly as we can coordinate. 

The address on their website when you google search or google earth search shows a Holiday Snack Bar Store. If anyone has more information so that we can put a stop to these Scam Artists, please reply in the thread! "BUT IF I AM WRONG AND THIS COMPANY IS TRULY LEGIT, I HAVE NO PROBLEM REMOVING THIS POST AND SENDING A FORMAL APOLOGY, BUT ALL THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL"

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AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, May 02, 2021

Well if you do have a Family Friend in the FBI looking into this, it must be an official investigation.  So what is the Field Office, What is your Family Friends Name, What is the Investigation Number?

After all, if you are going to make this public wouldn't the fastest way to catch these people then be to have anyone who got scammed by them call in Tips to the FBI directly? Or are you going to become a member of the FBI and filter any tips to your "Friend" giving them only the ones YOU determine to be worthy?

Perhaps you should look at your Reading Comprehension.  Of course, I read that you lost $8300, you will see the "amount" I said I prefaced with "something like" as an example. So tell us, with your $8300 "Investment" how much were you expecting back?

As for getting your money back. You can see dozens if not hundreds of people on this site giving similar accounts of getting scammed.  Perhaps you are going to be the one who does, and if you are...Great.

But like every other one, eventually, your bubble will burst.  Many like you say they are going to get an attorney and sue them. Yet no one has ever come back and said they got their money back. If you find an attorney willing to do this on contingency...great. If they want any money upfront as a retainer...you are just throwing more money away.

That's not being rough or mean..that is just giving you facts.

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AUTHOR: Joshua - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, May 01, 2021

Wow Richard you obviously did your homework, when in fact the amount of money was taken was listed in the subject feed. For someone making a comment when in fact you don’t have any sufficient evidence to back up in part of the program amazes me. I’m starting to think you make be apart of support... Whatever strokes you at night to get you off on writing replies on post, when your reply in fact has nothing to do with you being successful with a program that I am referring to. Actually I do have a family member that works with FBI, but you know as well as I know, FBI job is to protect and serve, not retrieve funds no different than then law enforcement. (keyword serve and protect) I mean watch the news Richard.

That’s where the lawyer comes in place, If you have nothing to contribute to the case or show that you received funds from this company, THEN WHY ARE REPLYING? The company took over $8300 (there you go Richard, since this definitely pass you). And actually on your last quote about you not being able to sue a company if there out the US JURISDICTION, very incorrect there Richard. Here is some knowledge for you: A company is an artificial person and has the same rights, duties and powers that a natural person has. So when companies like e-commerce that deal with third party companies remarking their brand they attend to a retaliation lawyer that deals with international treaties.

Please take time Richard to do your homework, before you go on replying to something that you have not participated in and submit irrefutable facts that’s pertaining to the company itself.

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AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, May 01, 2021

I never get why people have to exaggerate their stories to make them sound more credible.

I seriously doubt you have a "Family Friend" in the FBI, let alone having them investigating this company. As the first thing your "Family Friend" would tell you is DON'T go blasting this company on Social Media as possible fraud.  Because if they were a scam you have now just tipped them off about an FBI investigation. In fact, if there is truly an FBI investigation, your friend may turn around and arrest you for interfering with an investigation.

Seems to be a legitimate company from the front, but boy or boy get ready for a rude awakening.
- Really? You didn't say how much money you put in, but yes it is a scam and any money they said you made was 100% bogus. Companies like this just keep you hanging on the promise of more money if you just send them a bit more money. Your first Tip-Off should have been the reason for your initial deposit...the promise of outrageously huge and unrealistic gains. Oh and don't say that they didn't say something like you could invest $1000 and make $30,000 overnight..because that is how sites like this work. If they said "Give us $1000 and you can make $500 over the next 6 months" You wouldn't be sending them a single dime.

Oh, and by the way, the address you listed doesn't exist. The domain was registered in March, and the site had no phone number. All of which are indications of a scam.

A quick look at their site has 2 Blog posts written in March, probably the day they created the site.

If you dug further you would likely find that the Domain and their hosting were paid for with Stolen credit cards.

I do plan on moving forward with a lawyer, but if there are others that have been met with this demise, please reach out directly as we can coordinate. 

- Why?  I  thought you said you had the FBI on your case? 

Well on the very off chance you track these people down you will find that they are very likely not even in the  US.  Making any lawsuit or prosecution impossible.    Sorry but at this point, the only thing the lawyer will do is take more money from you that you are not going to get back.  You would probably be better off taking this as a very expensive lesson and cutting your losses.  

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