Amfeix chances of possible exit scam?
Recently Amfeix, the investment fund has stopped payout to its investors who are claiming about a possible exit scam. Amfeix investment fund was owned by an Anonymous owner with no traders or secret traders who were promising steep returns on investments and the company was incorporated in non-financial jurisdictions. The company has recently requested for a strike off.
The performance figures have not been verified by any third party. With that in mind, users can’t trust the figures they are showing you represent the actual performance of the fund
Amfeix is 100% anonymous. The traders they claim are working for them cannot be traced. They are imaginary as the fund has failed to introduce their professional profiles to investors.
The number one rule to storing bitcoin is if you don’t hold the private keys, you don’t actually own the assets. While Bitcoin ownership may be protected by the blockchain, your relationship with the investment company is not. If you allow a company to hold your private keys, it’s really their Bitcoin.
Statement from Amfeix
Amfeix has just issued the following statement via its telegram channel.
Statement To all investors.
After the Bitcoin halving which occurred on May 11th 2020, the Bitcoin network went through some heavy aggregation. This can be seen and verified by (Bitcoin blockchain explorers > Mempool > All time > 30 day average).
This congestion of transactions has lead to many issues to blockchain based decentralized companies (such as AMFEIX).
However this issue is not permanent and can be fixed through redeveloping the current systems. This means that all transactions that require the BTC blockchain have to be done manually. This can become very time consuming and thus it is the reason to why there have been delays in some users withdrawals. Again this is not permanent, and thus within time which we expect during this month all operations should and will become normal and consistent as they were.
We are hard at work at bringing you the best customer service possible and upholding our track record. In all of AMFEIX history no transaction has gone unchecked and we pride ourselves in that. Thank you.
The company has said in its statement that the withdrawals are delayed due to network congestion and that they are being done manually by the company. CryptoVigilante tough has raised questions and indicated instead that the company has a lot of red flags being operated by an anonymous person. Further, there has been reports that the company has applied for a strike-off. This allegations and red flags are alarming for the investors who are worried that they can lose their money due to this exit scam.