PURE SCAM: Pro Income review

Pro IncomeIn this review of Pro Income we show that this investment program is a scam that you have to avoid.

Pro Income supposedly is an automatic online investment platform that guarantees fixed returns to its users, no matter the market conditions. It is trading with cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.

Currently there are five investment plans with up to 320% after 12 hours, which means 640% per day and 19,200% per month. Is this really possible?

Pro Income scam

Fake investment plansAll you need to judge Pro Income, is to look at the numbers. 19,200% per month? Multiply your money 192% per month? You would need just 5208 dollars to become a millionaire within one single month!

Do you think this is really possible? Of course, it is not! This is a pure scam, nobody can multiply your money 192 times in a month.

Fake company

Fake certificatePro Income Limited claims to be a company registered in the UK, but it is not. The certificate it is showing on its website is fake.

Take a look at our picture to see the proof, the Companies House knows no Pro Income Limited company.

How it really works

Pro Income is a Ponzi scheme. It will just collect money from the public and maybe pay some profits at the beginning to attract more people to the system, but only at the expense of using new deposits for that.

Because of the absolutely ridiculous investment plans the scheme is going to collapse very soon and all the money will disappear.


Pro Income is a total scam of the Ponzi scheme type. It is going to quickly collapse, stay away from it!

If you are interested in genuine bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies trading, try a free demo account with a regulated broker to see if it is something that you could succeed in.

And remember that trading is risky, so trade only with money you can afford to lose.

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