Delite Miner Review: Is It a Crypto Investment Scam?

Welcome to our Delite Miner review in which we investigate the website currently found at

We came across this complaint filed on March 3, 2023, with the Better Business Bureau (BBB):

A crypto online business is using my home address as their business address. I have contacted the police, who found my home address listed on three other business websites. I have been receiving numerous food subscription box deliveries that are not addressed to me but delivered to my address.

While this is a super strange complaint, we decided we would go ahead and check out Delite Miner anyway.

The complainer here is located in California (Temecula, Redhawk, Vail Ranch, Wolf Creek, or Morgan Hill based on their ZIP code).

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We will have to check if indeed Deltaminer’s address is in the same area.

So is Delite Miner Live a CryptoCurrency investment SCAM?

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    Deliteminer Live Review

    The domain was registered on September 29, 2022, for one year through It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited.

    It has a Semrush Authority Score of 2%.

    A “Delite” app used to be available on the Google Play Store, sold by DeliteMiner Inc. Users can register an account and get a 50 USDT bonus for new users. The app has a 2.71 rating based on 87 ratings on the Google Play Store and costs $9.99 with in-app purchases.

    Reviews are quite alarming and indicate that the app has serious technical issues, including bugs that prevent use and errors in the program. Users report not receiving the promised free credit and being scammed out of money. The app is described as a scam, fake, and poor. Users are dissatisfied and warn others not to use it.

    Unfortunately, the information provided on their website is limited and doesn’t offer much detail about their mining services.

    It’s unclear if they charge any fees for their mining services or what their mining process entails though in their Privacy Policy they write that “Delite Miner inc built the Delite Miner – Bitcoin Cloud Mining app as a Freemium app. This SERVICE is provided by Delite Miner inc at no cost and is intended for use as is.”

    Placeholder Links to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube situated at the header of the site do not work.

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    They offer a contact form on their Contact page and an email address:

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    Telephone number: +1 2058855471 (an Alabama, USA number)

    Office Address: 45620 Jeronimo St, Temecula, California 92592, USA

    This is indeed the same area where the BBB complainer resides.

    And what are the other two businesses that use this same address? “Kidko Kindergarten” ( whose phone number is 123 4567 8910 and, a Shopify seller.

    Still, it is highly puzzling why they would receive multiple food subscription box deliveries at this address. Poisoned food sent by defrauded clients perhaps?

    Another mystery is why the link to Google Maps they provide is for a route from Baljurashi Street in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to Temecula, California.

    The copyright notice reads 2022 in 2023.

    Delite Miner Review – Bottom Line

    In conclusion, given the many red flags we mentioned above, we do not recommend investing in Delite Miner.

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