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CoinFinesse Group Review – Early Crypto Ponzi Scam

Welcome to my Coinfinesse Group review.  

This one is starting to experience strong growth and I think it is going to be popular. Due to it’s strong growth, I expect it to be pretty safe to invest in for a few months at least. WARNING – Coinfinesse Group is a ponzi scam and NOT a long term opportunity. I am not investing in it and I do not recommend that you do either, unless you know the risks and still want to proceed. You can make a lot of fast money with programs like this, but you have to time your exit with precision.

I will do the review and you can make up your own mind as to whether you want to invest in this or not.

Coin Finesse Group Review Summary

Key Figures :  Mario Helmut (Fake Ceo = Paid Actor)

Product Type : Crypto Ponzi MLM

Summary :  High returns of between 2.4% to 3.6% are paid weekly. The company claims to generate this ROI from crypto trading, however that is not true.  The minimum package is $100, however you earn at the higher rate (3.6%) for investing a minimum of $2500. Packages are bought with Ethereum or Bitcoin. Coin Finesse Group also have a very lucrative comp plan to entice recruiters.

See The Compensation Plan Here

Rating:  F

Verdict:  If you want to get in early, you can do so right now and promote like crazy. Make sure you withdraw your funds before April 30, 2020.

Quick Summary

What Is Coin Finesse Group

Yes you can make money with this, but you have to be aware that it is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Nothing on the website is true. The CEO is actually a paid actor. The real owners are experienced scammers, but you will never see or hear from them. Coin Finesse claim to pay an ROI from crypto trading. For a few months they will pay you, but it’s actually just the funds from new investors. It is unsustainable because:

CoinFinesse Are Doing ZERO Trading At ALL

The profits are just allocated from new investor funds. It is a classic ponzi.

Profits are paid at a rate of between 2.4% to 3.6% are paid weekly.

Investors can buy two types of  “packages”, which range from $100 to $2500 or over.The standard ROI (2.4%) rate applies to package type 1 and the higher rate (3.6%) applies to package 2.

Compensation Plan

RankWeekly GVRank Achv BonusLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4-8Level 9-12
1 Star$1K$200100%50%10%  
2 Star$5K$1,000100%50%10%  
3 Star$20K$4,000100%50%10%5% 
4 Star$50K$10,000100%50%10%5% 
5 Star$80K$15,000100%50%10%5%3%
6 Star$150K$30,000100%50%10%5%3%
7 Star$250K$50,000100%50%10%5%3%
8 Star$500K$100,000100%50%10%5%3%
9 Star$1Mil$150,000100%50%10%5%3%
10 Star$3Mil$450,000100%50%10%5%3%


What I Like About CoinFinesse Group

I know you guys understand how these ponzi scams work. The fact is that they are very easy to make money with. You just need to have a short term mindset and not get swept up in the hype. 95% of people will join the cult and tell their families to join. They will commit long term and lose everything. The smart people will get in and out within a few months. The really smart people will invest enough to open the compensation plan up and then promote on blog or youtube. 

The good news, is that CoinFinesse Group looks to be early in it’s growth cycle. You should be able to safely invest and promote for 3 or 4 months with no problems. Check out the traffic profile below, this one is in it’s very early days. Disclaimer – Coin Finesse Group is a scam and is extremely high risk. I do not recommend that you do this!

What I Dislike About CoinFinesse Group

When I see a fake CEO like Mario Helmut, I think of Russians. Now I am just speculating, but some of the more organised scams like this usually come out of Russia. Can you imagine hiring an actor and paying him $200K to pretend to be a CEO for a few months. It would be a hard gig to resist for any struggling actor/stooge. 

The Russians scammers are all to familiar with this blog and they often try to DDOS attack me, when they see me exposing their latest scam. Everytime I do a review like this, I put my blog at extreme risk of a DDOS attack. In December alone I had to deal with a surge of traffic (over 500 million visitors) which nearly destroyed my blog. This traffic was all from computers infected by scammers. The point that I am making is that these guys have a lot of resources and are very shady criminals.

Ponzis like this have more losers than winners. I often get contacted by people who have lost big sums of money in scams like CoinFinnesse Group and it’s a huge problem.

The Real Deal

Not something I would invest it. If you do like ponzis, you can make alot of money promoting something like CoinFinesse Group. At least it is in early stages so it would be pretty easy to profit. Just make sure you get out nice and early.


This gets an F grade.

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