Scam Report

Fake Investment
Many scammers claim to be savvy investors that can get incredibly high returns on your investment, sometimes more than 8500% per week. When it is time to cash out, they will ask you for a transfer fee worth a substantial part of what they claim they will pay out, but the only thing they will send is more excuses and more fees to pay.
Address 3JUnk7MMTfrQGkRZ5ePgTzU2G46o7p6UA13JUnk7MMTfrQ...U2G46o7p6UA13JUnk...p6UA1
Websites
finexgen.com
Comments Finexgen may sound fancy, but it is actually a scam. They do accept Dogecoin though.
Lifetime Earnings $555,063 (668 payments, average $830 USD)
Active December 2018 - Current
Status Confirmed Scam
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