CoinsBank Review


Website: CoinsBank

About company:

Crypto exchange CoinsBank comes from the UK, or to be more precise, from Edinburgh (Scotland). Previously, it functioned under the name BIT-X. The project was launched in April 2016. CoinsBank specializes in trading Bitcoin and several popular altcoins. Among the available fiats are the euro, British pounds, US dollar and Russian ruble. In addition, on this site you can purchase a prepaid card (prepaid card). The platform is not overloaded with functionality, so the site interface is simple and understandable. Access to trade is open to citizens from 197 countries. However, you will not find any other language other than English here. For greater convenience, mobile applications for IOS and Android have been developed.



6 Responses

  1. I had deposited 1200 USD with my card, and I successful deposited.
    Also balance showing in USD and after I had buy LTC but when i going to withdraw LTC its showing No enough Fund.
    But i see my Balance in Wallet are over 4.8 LTC.

    When i see Transaction History, My money showing on Hold why, I got debited money from my bank.
    Please solve my problem fast, I am very worried about this.

    Ticket ID : JGD-YRFWS-818

  2. You cannot pay with your payment card from Coinsbank – they dont know when this is resolved. No mercy from their side – the fees for withdrawal are veeeery high.

    guess its a scam

  3. Saw an advert and showed an interest. I received a call and everything was very professional. They took my details name address etc and assigned a number. Then someone else rang and said I could earn some money from short term investment. They then told me to go to the app store and download an app. They then directed you and like a fool I went into my bank account. They also had me create an account on Binance trading platform. I thought I was getting some money straight to my bank account but they was withdrawing my money. Then they said I would have to pay an additional £900.00 but I didnt have any money left in my account. They instructed me to transfer my overdraft. The penny dropped that this was a scam!!!! The acts with Binance and Coinsbank has been creating using my email address and passwords. I have since changed the passwords so only I can access but I now need to figure out how to get my money out of Coinsbank.I have written to Binance and received no reply. I am so angry with these unscrupulous people

  4. I hope someone who are reading this review can stop their investment and stay away from Coinsbank. I lost £2000. As a student, that’s not a small amount for me. There is a guy who kindly explained everything to me through phone calls these few months. Then I invested £500 at first a few months ago and that guy sent daily reports to me everyday to claim we are doing good. We usually talk in WhatsApp and phone calls (they will block you and change their phone numbers after they successfully got your money). After a few months, I wanted to withdraw everything but clearly I can’t and they scammed me a further £1500. I paid them using Bitcoin so it’s impossible to get those money back. I have reported it to the UK Action Fraud Team and Bank. Obviously, the hope to get those money back is zero.
    If you are still questioning whether you want to invest with them or if you are already a victim, I suggest to stay away from them. Stop the loss. It is impossible to get your money/ initial capital back.
    You might not believe me because i am just a random person who writes bad review. You might think I am paid to write such a long story (that’s how Coinsbank will tell you if you ask them why they got so many bad comments). Let my experience prove this review is 100% real. You can try to contact them using their email provided below or in their website. It won’t work. You can try to call them as well. It won’t work. You can try to check their addresses. It is fake. You can also read other articles about Coinsbank. They are all bad.
    I know there all victims all over the world. It’s a shame that I know nothing about technology and don’t know how to arrest these scammers.

    So all I want to say is DO NOT trust them. Never trust a person who claimed they can help you with your money investment. Trust yourself. I was mad and completely disappointed. Without doubt it is a life lesson. Basically it is not a review anymore. It is my little hope to tell you all, my fellow friends from all the over the world, don’t trust Coinsbank. If it is too good to be true, it is a scam. If you are already a victim, you are not alone. Don’t blame yourself. Don’t think you are stupid. Just blame those scammers who hurt you. Anyways, please provide all your experience and details of those scammers to your local authorities. I don’t care if they are hiding behind the blockchain or whatever it called. They did the fraud. There must be a way to trace back everything and arrest them. No matter how long it takes.

  5. Coinsbank io. and apparently any Coinsbank is a scam. Banks do not sell or buy bitcoins, “traiders” should not ask to download any programs like Anydesk or so, or ask for your bank details.
    If you did so, change all password, Uninstall all suspicious programs, go bank and change cards n all security. Do not except any offers from them, if it would sound “normal” and do not believe any pictures as “a proof” to be sent out. I’ve lost small amount. There are people who deal with scams, but the amount should be not less then 3000usd. If someone knows who could help with smaller amount – I’d appreciate!
    If I had knowledge I’d put the virus in their program. Live n learn. The hard way unfortunately.

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