USUAL SCAM: Crypto Vault review

Crypto Vault programThis review examines the Crypto Vault Network program that promises money with penny cryptocurrencies.

According to its presentation the Crypto Vault is a training program that will teach you where and how to trade cryptocurrencies.

It allegedly is able to make you turn $20 in a massive fortune (hundreds of thousands of dollars) in a matter of weeks.

The program costs $37. Is it worth it?

Crypto Vault scam

Unfortunately, Crypto Vault is just another scam that is abusing cryptocurrencies. It is full of lies.

First of all, it has never been possible to become rich with cryptocurrencies with a $20 investment in a matter of weeks. It’s true that cryptocurrencies went up a lot last year, but still, $20 wouldn’t make you even ten thousand dollars.

Lies about VergeThe Crypto Vault presentation is full lies. For example, when it says that if you invested $100 in Verge four months ago, you would now have $57,136. It’s not true, look at the chart of Verge from the past four months to see the proof.

In reality you would make a loss of about 35%. You see, Crypto Vault is lying big time. In fact, almost all cryptocurrencies are down since the beginning of this year, more than 50%. That’s the state of markets right now.

It doesn’t necessarily mean that cryptocurrencies won’t go up again We believe they will, but nobody knows it for sure. And you certainly cannot expect to become rich in a few weeks with a tiny investment, that is impossible.


Crypto Vault is a scam, it is lying about cryptocurrencies, stay away from it!

If you want to see what profits are really possible with cryptocurrencies, try trading on a free demo, so that you don’t risk anything.

Cryptocurrencies have the potential to grow, but trading is risky, you can make, but also lose money. So, be careful.

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