Resonance Capital is supposed to be a company that provides investment services. You deposit money, they invest it and you should get back a lot more. The profit is allegedly up to 192% in less than a year.
The return ratios are extremely high, so does it really work?
Resonance Capital scam
We investigated about companies that are behind Resonance Capital and we found a lot of red flags. First of all Resonance Capital is not regulated anywhere, the Vanuatu financial license is a complete forgery.
Look at our picture and you will see that there is no trace of Resonance Capital in the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission register. On the picture you will also see that the company is not licensed in the UK either.
Resonance Capital claims to be incorporated in Scotland. Meanwhile such a company really is registered in the companies house, the same company is not registered in Financial Services Register.
All this means that Resonance Capital is not regulated, it is not authorized to provide investment services in any country!
What it is really about
Resonance Capital is obviously a typical Ponzi scheme. Which means that there is no real investment activity going on behind the scenes. Deposits are accepted and payouts are paid from new deposits. This way it works for some time until it collapses because of the lack of new deposits.
Meanwhile owner of the scheme will of course take out a lot of money for themselves to speed up the collapse.
Resonance Capital is lying about its license, it’s a scam, a Ponzi scheme. Stay away from it, it could collapse any time.
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You cannot expect anybody making you money for free, all projects like Resonance Capital are financial scams.