Is this a serious review site, or an affiliate site that badmouths the scammers that don't pay them?
Firstly, let's have a look at the bottom of the page and see what sort of legal warnings they are bound to display:
DISCLAIMER: The content on this site should not be construed as investment advice. Investing is considered to be speculative. When investing your capital is at risk. Please check your jurisdictions and only trade where it is legally permitted. Your investment may at times not qualify for investor protection in your country or state of residence, so please conduct your own research. This website is free for you to use but we reserve the right to receive commission from companies we feature on this site. © 2018 - 2021 ScamCryptoRobots.Com
So what does this mean? Well if you are from a favourite target country of the boiler room affiliate scammers, then what it means is that they are willingly advertising campaigns where your money is sent overseas to an unregulated company that may not even be a real broker. In other words, they are knowingly taking a cut of you being defrauded.
Who Are ScamCryptoRobots?
Well, if the email we have received here is anything to go by:
From: Scam CryptoRobots <[email protected]>
Sent: 14 March 2022 13:00
Subject: You May Want To Read This
I am messaging you in regards to this article.
You guys are pushing it a bit too far but I understand this is just business. So, assuming that is the case I
have an offer for you.
If you take it down I will help you rank on whatever it is you want as long as it doesn't conflict with one
of my main posts. I have quite a few sites and I know for a fact that if I push you guys you will rank very
They are affiliates of boiler room scammers and the main instigator is supposedly called Stephan Lindburg, but we seriously doubt that this is a real name. As with most of these webmasters they run all of their communications from anonymous email systems, in this case GMail, and they are already threatening us, even though their emails went straight into junk and were unnoticed:
We can be sure that whatever action they are taking is not of a legal nature, as then we would be able to communicate their identities to the SFO and FCA. They are most likely threatening black hat SEO measures from all of the scammer affiliate sites. As you can see from the above, they can only understand what is happening through business, they just assume we are another scammer affiliate like them.
What Do ScamCryptoRobots.com Do?
Well they review Brexit Millionaire and make statements such as:
the Brexit Millionaire scam is an excellent example of how affiliate marketers are adapting to the changing regulatory environment in the United Kingdom
We have no idea what this statement means. They link to a site they call Immediate Profit, which is obviously excalty the same scam as Brexit Millionaire.
But as ScamCryptoRobots.Com clearly state:
we reserve the right to receive commission from companies we feature on this site
Which means that ScamCryptoRobots are affiliate marketers, they just market different scam crypto robots to the other affiliates, as we can see here:
Immediate Profit - https://immediateprofitapp.com/?intgrtn_clickID=1 - which as you can see is an affiliate link to a scam, these people are as awful as any other scammers!
- Bitcoin System - https://bestbitcoinsystem.com/?intgrtn_clickID=1
- Bitcoin Investor - https://www.bitcoinsinvestorapp.com/?intgrtn_clickID=1
- Cryptocoin - https://bestcoinapp.com/?intgrtn_clickID=1
These are all bitcoin or investment scams that ScamCryptoRobots take an affiliate fee for and so they are yet another scammer site. They are badmouthing one scam to gain credibility to send people to another scam. Disgusting. But in the world of offshore, online CFD scammer traders, we seem to find nothing but scum.
How Do ScamCryptoRobots.com Trick People?
Well they fill FaceBook pages with all sorts of fake articles propagated by the scammer networks. Here is an example from their FaceBook page: