Comex Trades Review: 6500% ROI every 100 days Ponzi
Comex Trades provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
Further research reveals a Comex Trades marketing video featuring CEO “Raymond Stokes”.
Comex Trades’ marketing videos are poorly dubbed and give off a strong rented office vibe. This makes Stokes a strong Boris CEO candidate.
Supporting this is Stokes not existing outside of Comex Trades’ own marketing material.
Comex Trades’ website domain (“comextrades.com”) was privately registered on December 31st, 2018.
Despite not existing up until a few months ago, Comex Trades’ falsely claims it’s been running since April 22nd, 2019.
In an attempt to appear legitimate, Comex Trades provides a UK incorporation number on its website.
This corresponds with Comex Limited, which was incorporated on December 23rd, 2019.
UK incorporation is dirt cheap and effectively unregulated. It is a favored jurisdiction for scammers looking to incorporate dodgy companies.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
Comex Trades’ Products
Comex Trades has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Comex Trades affiliate membership itself.
Comex Trades’ Compensation Plan
Comex Trades affiliates invest $10 to $500,000 on the promise of advertised returns:
- 2.1% a day for 20 days
- 2.5% a day for 35 days
- 3.5% a day for 55 days
- 650% after 35 days
- 1500% after 55 days
- 3000% after 70 days
- 6500% after 100 days
Referral commissions are paid on invested funds down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 5%
- level 2 – 2%
- level 3 – 1%
Joining Comex Trades
Comex Trades affiliate membership is free.
Full participation in the attached income opportunity however requires an initial $10 to $500,000 investment.
Comex Trades claims to be a “totally legal private investment company”.
COMEX Trades offers its clients a profitable investment opportunity in trading futures in the commodity market, the stock market and the foreign exchange market as well as in a relatively young cryptocurrency market.
No evidence of trading revenue being used to pay investment returns is provided.
Furthermore, Comex Trades’ business model fails the Ponzi logic test.
If Comex Trades’ anonymous owners were capable of legitimately generating 6500% returns every 100 days as advertised, what do they need your money for?
As it stands the only verifiable source of revenue entering Comex Trades is new investment.
Using newly invested funds to pay existing affiliates daily returns of up to 6500% every 100 days makes Comex Trades a Ponzi scheme.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will new investment.
This will starve Comex Trades of ROI revenue, eventually promoting a collapse.
The math behind Ponzi schemes guarantees that when they collapse, the majority of participants lose money.
These Russian fake office videos are becoming so predictable.
The Russian keyboard makes its appearance at 0:52. The mug with the logo shows up right in the first shot. Black guy in a suit several sizes too big for him at 0:25.
And maybe it’s just that I’ve watched too many of these, but I’m almost certain that I’ve seen this office before. At least, the building seen through the windows in some shots, something I always watch closely hoping for location clues (possibly another part of the building we’re in) looks very familiar. There’s also one extra who I think I may have seen before.
I could be wrong about both, but it wouldn’t be surprising. The number of offices availabe for rent by the day in Moscow is finite, and so is the number of non-white foreign students making some money as extras in videos like this.
At the rate these scams are churning them out, they’re bound to occasionally use the same locations and extras.
Lulz, gonna have to start a Boris CEO vid gallery database soon.
We can track actors, locations, mug/flag designs, prop equipment etc.
There’s a more than subtle pornographic vibe present throughout this video. Look at the CEO and that first woman biting her lips. Pure Sex!
No surprise the gay-acting Asian later introduces “Bitchcoin, Lige Coin, everyone Bitchcoin, Cash and Dash” (1:25).
At least a 7 on the nonsense-o-meter: “Our professional trading and a nasty team makes it possible for our clients to track the frustration of shtrace cumful bee and on time to act just as surety in order to multilbee the number of the several thieves.” (1:36)
Wow. Overall, a new top 5 entry in my personal ponzi video charts.
Keep ’em coming, boys!
Btw, yes, the CEO is a Moscow-based actor.
if he could win high rates, he would do it on his own, right? However, there are more than half a billion dollars of investment in this site.
For this manipulation, it is enough to make sufficient profit from suitable stocks or other investment instruments! therefore it is necessary to think. I think it is about to establish a large investment empire.
For example, 200 m. Collect $ Nike stock and create a remaining 300 m purchase pressure. maybe up to 100% gain in just 10 days. and 20% deposit refund in 10 days and the remaining 80% is the manipulative gain I mentioned.
This is a logical conclusion. Unfortunately, I don’t speak English, so excuse me. I was able to say little with the translation program.
The investment from 16-17 monitors and blogs is around 450 thousand dollars. Taking into account the investments from other promotional activities.
I correctly accepted the current figure on the site. Of course, there is a possibility of being a ponzi. But if this figure is correct, they can easily make these gains. I meant that.
@cans kose: $450,000 is half a million, not half a billion. And you never see more than a few thousand dollars worth of equipment at any one time. And who knows who actually owned the equipment? It could have been rented along with the office.
The whole video screams cheap, cheap, cheap. Looping library music. Silly sound effects. Robotic voices poorly timed. Many words, but no meaning.
But you are correct: it makes no sense to sell this “system” if it is capable of 65x returns every 100 days. Starting with only $1,000.00, you will have one trillion dollars ($1,000,000,000.00) in less than 2 years.
yes, only 450 thousand dollars from 17 monitors. however, the numbers are known for reference only. I am aware that this amount is 1100 times 500 million dollars.
Google, youtube, facebook, telegram, instagram, twitter feedback and investors of their representatives. This is just a possibility.
If he can earn 1000 to 65,000 dollars. Why can’t we earn 1 trillion dollars when you deposit 153.846.153?
If your investment earns 4.25 days every day. and if you add it to your investment every day. You will receive 6500% return after 100 days.
Look at the manipulation power I mentioned, while paying up to 42.5% of the deposit for 10 days. During this period, they earn money through a 100-200% manipulative process.
Do not misunderstand me. an investment is not encouraged. not defense.
If this 500 million figure is correct, what I’m talking about is possible.
but he doesn’t have to pay 4.25 every day for 100 days. This is a convenience for them. I forgot to mention this.
It’s even worse than 65x every 100 days. They have a ‘VIP’ package, in which you have to invest at least $20,000, and then you get 16 times your money after 35 calendar days. So roughly 4,000x over 100 days.
That means if you invest the minimum $20,000 on January 1st, you’ll be a multimillionaire in March, a billionaire by the end of May, in June you are already among the top 40 richest people in the world (according to the Forbes list), and by August 1 you’re richer than the three, almost four, richest people in the world put together.
I haven’t bothered to continue to see at what point you will own all the money there is in the world.
Deposit $ 500, earn $ 32,500. next time you won’t be paying all 32,500 again as a deposit. don’t worry, you won’t be rich 🙂
1. Prove it.
2. Be it half a million or half a billion, this has nothing to do with Comex Trades being a Ponzi scheme.
So make the gains then. What does Comex Trades’ anonymous admins need your money for?
Guys, have any of you invested in comex trade, if not I don’t think your arguments are wise.
I know someone who invested in the daily plan and made withdrawal, but for other bigger plans I’ve not seen any person who invested.
You don’t need to invest in a Ponzi scheme to identify a Ponzi scheme.
No – and I haven’t jumped off the roof using my underpants as a parachute, either. Your point being – what ?
It seems like you are arguing with no proof. Are you guys investing in this company and didn’t able to get paid on the amount you have invested? Or Are you guys got scammed by Comextrades? I don’t think anyone has got scammed with this company.
As far as I know, this company is still paying and there is nobody yet complaining that they didn’t receive their payouts!
For your information, all my withdrawals were successfully sent to my digital wallet so far with no delays, they do their promise.
All the proof you need is laid out for you in the review.
Comex Trades’ business model makes it a Ponzi scheme.
By the time a Ponzi scheme has collapsed and stopped paying out it’s too late.
Whether you’ve personally stolen money from people who joined Comes Trades after you is neither here nor there.
Yes Indeed Its True!!! Nobody claims that they scammed and not received payouts on this company.. Please STAY quiet guyz…
1. All Ponzi schemes are scams from inception.
2. When a Ponzi scheme inevitably collapses is irrelevant.
I wonder! I still receive my payment steadily.
I think the author of this post dislike Comextrades. (Ozedit: derail removed)
You stealing money from people who joined Comex Trades after you is evidence only of you stealing money from people who joined Comex Trades after you.
All Ponzi schemes pay out until they don’t.
As far they are still paying and no one is complaining…no problem… let it be Ponzi or mavrodi.. i will invest my money and make good profit.. period.
You don’t seem to understand how math works. Sorry for your loss.
I’m sure those supporting Comex would not be so pleased these few days.
Who’s here after the recent delays in payment?
I am Alish.My user name is Alishaboss77. They have to check my account. I invested 139.50$ before 2 weeks 5 days ago. But from this time I can’t make any withdraw.
Also my withdraw is pending. If comextrades is to be original but why they don’t pay my pending withdraw. They paid others person.
Who is he/she. Why they don’t pay on my little deposit 139.50$. What’s the main problem their.
If Comextrade is not to be cheated website. They have to pay my pending withdraw with my deposited balance.
Everyone be careful about this comextrade…
^^ You don’t seem to understand how Ponzi schemes work.
You invest your money and scammers steal it. You’re not supposed to be able to withdraw once recruitment tanks.