BEWARE of Digi-C – review

DigiC official webIn this review we explain why you should exercise extreme caution when dealing with Digi C.

Digi C claims to be a market leading investment system focused on cryptocurrencies. Thanks to an algorithm-based trading platform it allegedly can earn you money.

The investment plan promises up to 10% per year. Is this a genuine investment opportunity?

Beware

The investment planWe usually review clear investment scams that promise tens of percent per month. In such cases not much research is needed, because we know that the numbers are totally unreal.

Digi-C is different. 10 % per year doesn’t seem exaggerated, although they guarantee the dividends, which is suspicious. But another thing is even more important.

Not regulated and illegal

Licence is missingIt is absolutely clear that DigiC is providing investment services. So, they are doing something that they need a licence for. This is probably why they claim they are licensed and regulated.

The problem is that we have not found Digi C in the Financial Conduct Authority, which means they are not regulated, they are simply lying about this.

Check our picture to see that they have a company registration with the Companies House, but they have no registration with the FCA.

This is why we believe it’s better to stay away from Digi C. Or at least verify with your national financial regulator the status of Digi C before you make a decision.

Conclusion

Digi C claims to be regulated, but according to our findings it is not. This is why recommend staying away.

Achieving 10 % per year or even more in crypto trading is perfectly possible. But it requires learning and a good trading strategy. You can practice it on a free demo with a regulated broker.

Remember that trading is risky, you can make, but also lose money, so act accordingly.

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7 thoughts on “BEWARE of Digi-C – review

  1. They are indeed a scam !!! don’t invest with them you will get the first quarter dividends and after nothing, not even your investment. All is done inside a contract where if you decide to get back your funds you way them 25% to 40%.
    SCAM!!!

    1. I have investigated your allegation and we do not have any clients under the name Jessy Blake. Please provide me your account number or call the office so I can help further. Digi-c is a trusted bitcoin fund who’s sole focus is client satisfaction, so if any one reading this who is able to has an issue and is able to defended their claims with any logic or justification please contact me, I am here to help.

      1. Why don’t you first stop breaking the laws and stop providing unauthorized investment services? These people should directly complain to the Financial Conduct Authority.

        I strongly encourage everybody concerned to contact the FCA (https://www.fca.org.uk) about Digi-C.

  2. Sorry for your experience but I am getting monthly payments, and I cant really complain. Be nice if I was earning more, however I am in profit.

  3. Hi Maria,

    I have to say this concerns me immensely, Firstly I work at Digi-c I, and I can not find any clients with the name Maria. Could you please provide me your account number starting 00, and I will investigate your claim further. I am more than happy to assist any Digi-c clients and welcome any questions you or anybody else may have.

    I have also looked in the top message in this thread from Jessy Blake, however I can not find any clients under this name, it seems there is pattern here.

    It does seem like the posts and reviews with this website are not from Digi-c clients, but instead from competitors or just bored consumers. Digi-c prides itself on strong customer service and ensure that all of its clients are very well looked after, I urge any one with a legitimate issue to contact me directly, please do to digi-c.io to get contact details.

    Yours sincerely Anna Clark
    digi-c.io

    1. Why don’t you first stop breaking the laws and stop providing unauthorized investment services? These people should directly complain to the Financial Conduct Authority.

      I strongly encourage everybody concerned to contact the FCA (https://www.fca.org.uk) about Digi-C.

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