Fulton Express: Think Twice on This Cryptocurrency Investment
When it comes to mining cryptocurrencies to earn a little extra money, or even investing you have to be careful what company you go to. After all, you don't want a company that will take your money and run, nor do you want one that pretends to be helping you only to find out that they were lying all along.
Because of the overwhelming sites that now revolve around cryptocurrencies, it is important you know what you are getting yourself into before you invest. So, let's take a look at Fulton Express.
According to both their sites, FultonExpress.org and FultonExpressInv.com, they deal with investing digital currencies and list themselves as a mining farm. But is your money safe with either one of these websites?
According to both sites, FultonExpress.org and FultonExpressInv.com, they state that they have been around since 2014. Both sites state word for word that they have been making waves in the cryptocurrency world. Both sites also claim to have been founded April 8, 2014 but was only a major player in the digital world in 2016.
However, when looking into the registration for both sites, FultonExpress.org was registered December 2, 2018. As for FultonExpressInv.com, the site was registered December 22, 2018 and updated February 22, 2019.
As for who actually runs these sites is unclear. On FultonExpressInv.com, you will find a link for the “Team” members. When you click on that link, you are brought to a page where three people are listed as “exparts.”
The poor grammar and English throughout these sites is a huge red flag. You would like that if a company was trying to seem professional, they would have at least spelled checked their webpages. Unfortunately, “exparts” isn't the only misspelled word for both sites the other is “Philippine” where the owners used the same misspelled word for both places.
As for the people listed as the “Team” on FultonExpressInv.com you will find Noah A. Spencer Manfred, Heinrich Manfred, and Dietrich Rudiger. Despite the names listed, there is no information or credentials for these people. You have no idea how capable they are of handling investments or funds. Nor will you find any information or brokerage IDs that says they are allowed to run a financial website.
The “Team” for FultonExpress.org isn't even listed. There are no pictures or information about who runs that site. It isn't a surprise that the .org site doesn't list the members. After all, many investors wouldn't think twice about throwing money at a .org site unless it was charity.
Fulton Express offers trading plans and mining plans. The prices for the trading packages range from a minimum of $500 to $150,000. Depending on how much you invest determines how much you can get back. Weekly returns start at 10% and go up to 25%.
As for the mining packages the price ranges from $300 minimum to $15,000 max. These packages allow you to make a weekly ROI of 7% to 22%.
Neither site offers any information about affiliates earning money through sharing their links.
There are a lot of issues with Fulton Express. FultonExpress.org seems to be a place holder and a business calling card so to speak for their other site FultonExpressInv.com. While there is nothing wrong with having two sites that offer the same information, you would think that they would be professional. Both sites have spelling and grammar errors that makes it difficult to take them seriously.
Another major issue is the fact that they say they started in 2014 and made waves in 2016. However, both sites were not registered until 2018, which adds to the suspicion that these people just want your money.
The lack of information about who runs and operates these sites is also a major issue. If a company can't show you proof of what they can do and who they are, they aren't worth getting involved with. Both Fulton Express sites lack this information. Sure, one may give you images of their “team” with fancy titles, but they don't offer any bios as to why these people have the skills to invest with digital currencies.
When dealing with cryptocurrencies, you have to be extra careful who you invest with. The very nature of digital currencies is to be trust worthy, but when the blockchain technology makes it impossible to get a refund or reverse the transaction, you have to be certain who you are working with.
So if you are looking for a way to invest in digital currencies or even mining opportunities, you need to find a different site. Fulton Express is one company you need to steer clear of.