SwiftTrade Scam Warning – We discover multiple SCAM sites!

Welcome to our SwiftTrade review, in which we take a look at a wide variety of websites that call themselves “Swift Trade” or some variation of that to find out which of them are a SCAM!

Recently, we came across this complaint by an individual:

I invested R3000 with SwiftTrade, a trading company, as per the agreement.

(3000 South African Rand is currently around $168.)

So what is Swift Trade and is SwiftTrade a SCAM?

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SwiftTrade Review

What is SwiftTrade? There are several websites that have this name.

There are

  1. swifttrade.io
  2. swifttrade.com
  3. swifttrade.co.uk
  4. swifttrade.world
  5. swifttrade.site
  6. swifttrade-option.com
  7. fxswifttrade.com
  8. swifttrade.live
  9. swiftcapitalfx.com
  10. swift-trade.uk
  11. swiftfxbitrade.com
  12. swiftmarket.online
  13. swift-trading.net
  14. swifttraderco.com
  15. bitcoinswiftrade.com
  16. swifttrading.com
  17. swiftfxtrade.net
  18. swiftradefx.com
  19. swiftforextrade.net
  20. swiftglobaltrade.com
  21. swiftprotrade.online
  22. swiftfinancetrading.com
  23. swifttradebit.com
  24. swiftfx365.com
  25. swift-trades.co
  26. lilaswifttrading.com
  27. swiftpivottrade.com
  28. peakswifttrade.com
  29. primeswifttrade.com
  30. swifttrade.com.au
  31. swifttrade247.com
  32. uniqueswifttrade.com
  33. swiftflashtrade.com
  34. btc-swifttrade.com
  35. swifttrading.com.au

And this may be a partial list. So let’s take a brief look at each one of them to see if we can locate the scam.

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    Starting with the sites that are still online, we have:

    • swifttrade.co.uk – SwiftTrade is a UK-based recruitment agency that supplies labour for the construction and building sector. They have over two decades of experience and offer permanent full-time and part-time positions for all skill levels in various sectors such as building, carpentry, plumbing, and civil engineering across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge, Birmingham, Midlands, London, Surrey, Kent, and the rest of the UK. There is nothing on their website that appears to be overtly suspicious or unprofessional.
    • swifttrade-option.com – Swift Trade Option is a cryptocurrency trading and investment management company based in Canada. The company claims to have years of experience and a qualified team of expert traders that invest clients’ funds in the financial market to produce a guaranteed daily return. Clients can open an account, make a deposit, and invest in different packages offered by the company. Swift Trade Option is registered under Swiss life group insurance company against any kind of loss in the future, and clients’ funds are completely insured against loss during trading activities.
    • swifttrade.site – SwiftTrade is a cryptocurrency MLM binary options platform that allows users to earn mega coins by trading real life cryptocoins for swiftcoins. The platform claims to be safe and secure, beginner-friendly, and trusted by over 300,000 users in over 120 countries. Users can choose from different investment plans with varying minimum deposit amounts and features. SwiftTrade provides 24/7 support and a user-friendly live dashboard.
    • swiftcapitalfx.com – SwiftcapitalFx is a cryptocurrency trading platform that offers users the ability to mine and trade various cryptocurrencies.
    • swifttrade.com.au – Swift & Company Trade Group is an international meat trading company that sources and provides procurement solutions for multi-species protein products, including meat and pet food. They operate in over 40 countries and are a division of JBS Australia Pty Ltd.

    The domain swifttrade.com redirects to daytradetheworld.com – Day Trade The World is a trading company that offers training, trading capital, and technology to help people become professional day traders or trading office owners. They have over 3,000 traders and 390 offices in 90 countries. They offer a low startup cost of $500 and the potential for high profits. The company offers training for managers and traders, trading software, a trading simulator, and a trading device. The cost to become a Day Trade The World partner is a $500 application fee and a $3,000 deposit.

    SwiftTrade-Option.com – Swift Trade Option Scam Review

    The domain swifttrade-option.com was registered on September 13, 2022 for one year through Hostinger, UAB by swift tradeoption2022 from 1012 Fairfax Drive, Secaucus, NJ, USA 07094. (This does not seem to be a valid address, according to Google Maps.)

    The address listed on the website is: 1771 Quayside Dr, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada.

    Telephone: +1 (908) 935-8286. (Area code 908 serves New Jersey and covers Elizabeth, Plainfield, and Linden.)

    Email: swifttradeoption2022@gmail.com & support@swifttrade-option.com.

    It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited.

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    Screenshot of SwiftTrade-Option.com

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    There are some potential red flags that should be taken into consideration before investing any money.

    Firstly, the website provides very little information about the company or the people behind it, which is a common tactic used by scammers to avoid being traced.

    Additionally, the company claims to be located in Canada, but there is no information on any regulatory agency overseeing their operations.

    Furthermore, the company claims to have won awards, but there is no information on the awards they have won or who granted them.

    Also, text on the website, such as:

    We are internationally recognized financial market players that are engaged in investment activities related to trading investments on financial markets and cryptocurrency exchanges performed by our team of professional traders.

    can be found on other potentially fraudulent websites, such as flexiconlimited.com and glocoinsltd.com, that in general look very similar to swifttrade-option.com.

    Finally, the testimonials provided on the website may not be genuine, as they can be easily fabricated.

    Therefore, it is highly recommended to conduct further research and due diligence before investing any money with Swift Trade Option.

    SwiftTrade.site – SwiftTrade Scam Review

    Swift Trade is a binary options MLM company that deals with cryptocurrency trading.

    Swift Trade operates by exchanging real-life cryptocurrencies for swiftcoins, according to information provided on SwiftTrade.site.

    The platform offers mega coin earning strategies to help users earn profits. Additionally, the live dashboard for trading provides an OTP guarantee that ensures initial security against fund loss, and the level of risk is kept at a minimum through compliance measures.

    The domain swifttrade.site was registered on August 15, 2021 for one 1 or 2 years through Hostinger, UAB. It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited.

    They are moderately popular and have a SimilarWeb global rank of 641,509 and 50,109 in India. In March 2023, they have received more than 111,000 visitors! (But with a bounce rate of 100%, perhaps it is not so impressive…)

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    They also have a Semrush Authority Score of 9% with 5 backlinks from 3 referring domains, but none from any legitimate websites.

    Screenshot of SwiftTrade.site

    There are some red flags to consider, which may indicate that SwiftTrade is a scam:

    • The website promotes earning profits through MLM-style trading schemes, which can be risky and often turn out to be scams.
    • The investment plans offered have a minimum deposit requirement, which is often a tactic used by scams to lure people into investing money.
    • The lack of clear information about the company’s background, registration, and regulatory compliance raises concerns about its legitimacy.

    On Twitter there’s a Tweet calling SwiftTrade.site a FRAUD and associating it with a social media account  called EARN_WITH_MARIA, which perhaps belongs to Maria Ann, an alleged manager of an investment company, based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Her Twitter profile was created in August 2018 and she has 539 followers. Her recent tweets include a message about earning money and another about personal growth.

    Sasha Fx Corrunccini is said to be the President of International Forex Market Company Limited.

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    Phone Number/WhatsApp: +64 210 291 8476 (a valid New Zealand number).

    Email Address: swifttradeteam@hotmail.com

    Office Location: Level 7, Deutsche Bank Place 126 Phillip Street (Corner Hunter & Phillip Streets) Sydney NSW 2000 Australia.

    Deutsche Bank Place, according to Google Maps, is at Level 16 Corner of Hunter and, Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia.

    They also provide a contact form and a WhatsApp live chat widget.

    Links to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter lead to the social media websites themselves, and not to specific pages on these websites.

    Overall, this seems to be like a sketchy website, and we would not recommend investing here even if it’s not a full fledged scam.

    SwiftCapitalFX.com (& other Coincheck.com clones) Scam Review

    Coincheck is a digital currency exchange that allows users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, transfer and deposit funds, and use professional quality trading tools for Bitcoin with no transaction fees. Coincheck also offers other products, such as periodic purchases, lending, and bill payments with Bitcoin. The platform offers security features such as cold wallets, system security audits, and two-factor authentication. However, it warns users of the risks associated with cryptocurrency trading, including value fluctuations, transaction delays or invalidations, cyber attacks, and bankruptcy of the company or its service providers. Coincheck is registered with the Kanto Finance Bureau and is a member of the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association.

    The domain Coincheck.com was registered on December 10, 2001 through Amazon Registrar, Inc. It has a 52% Semrush Authority Score with 1.5M backlinks from 7.8K referring domains. SimilarWeb ranks them 33,460 globally and they received almost 2 million visits in March 2023.

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    So Coin Check is definitely NOT a scam.

    Sites that are CoinCheck clones on the other hand must be scams, otherwise they would not try to impersonate other websites.

    SwiftCapitalFX.com is one such clone. Unlike Coincheck.com, it was registered less than a year ago, on May 3, 2022 for one year through NameCheap, Inc. It has a 0% Authority Score with just 3 backlinks and almost no traffic.

    Other clones include TradeCapitalPro.com, which was also registered less than a year ago, on November 20, 2022 for one year through PDR Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com. It also has a 0% Authority Score with no backlinks and almost no traffic.

    Update (April 18,  2023): SwiftCapitalFX.com’s hosting account has been suspended and the website is currently down!

    SwiftTrade.com (DayTradeTheWorld.com) Scam Review

    SwiftTrade.com is no longer online, but instead redirects to a different domain, daytradetheworld.com. The homepage however is still indexed on Google and we can see that it was used to be titled “Day Trading is Better at DTTW™ – Trade Stocks, Forex & Futures” with the description “Day Trade The World™ is the ultimate day trading, stock trading and futures trading platform. Learn how to open your day trading office and enhance your …”

    The domain SwiftTrade.com was registered on January 6, 1998, was updated on September 15, 2022, and is set to expire on January 5, 2025 unless renewed. It is hosted by Amazon.com, Inc.

    It has a 3% Semrush Authority Score with 954 backlinks from 79 referring domains.

    There’s a scam alert on Reddit. The author warns readers to avoid Day Trade The World (DTTW) due to concerns about their legitimacy. The author cites several reasons for their skepticism, including the fact that the sales representatives are reportedly from Nigeria, the company is not regulated, and there is no physical address associated with the business. Furthermore, the company reportedly does business under a trademark that is not registered in Costa Rica, where they are supposedly based.

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    The author also notes that SwiftTrade.com and DayTradeTheWorld.com are the same company, with SwiftTrade.com redirecting to DTTW.com. The author cites a troubled past for SwiftTrade.com, including an £8m fine for market abuse and allegations of regulatory non-compliance.

    Overall, the author urges readers to avoid doing business with DayTradeTheWorld.com and to be cautious about SwiftTrade.com given their history.

    There’s also a discussion on trade2win.com about the legitimacy of a company called Swift Trade Inc, which was closed by the Canadian Authority. The original poster asks if the company has resurfaced under a different name and if anyone has experience with them. Another user confirms that the company is now operating under the name Day Trade the World, but it is unclear if it is still owned by the same people. Later in the thread, a user claims to have had a positive experience with Day Trade the World but is uncertain about the company’s location and transparency. The discussion also briefly touches on Swift Trade’s past with the SEC.

    Swift Trade Inc., a Canadian-based day-trading firm, was the subject of a lawsuit by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2011. The SEC alleged that Swift Trade engaged in a manipulative trading scheme, using a trading algorithm to engage in “layering” or “spoofing,” which is a practice of placing and quickly cancelling large orders in order to manipulate the market and create the appearance of demand or supply.

    In the lawsuit, the SEC claimed that Swift Trade had made over $1.7 million in profits through the manipulative trading, which occurred between 2007 and 2011. Swift Trade denied the allegations and fought the lawsuit, but ultimately settled with the SEC in 2014. The settlement required Swift Trade to pay a $1 million fine, but did not require the firm to admit to any wrongdoing.

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    Following the settlement, Swift Trade shut down its business in Canada and its website, and its owners formed a new company called Day Trade The World (DTTW), which operates a similar business model to Swift Trade. However, DTTW has stated that it has implemented new measures to prevent manipulative trading practices, such as additional training and monitoring for its traders.

    Day Trade The World (DTTW)

    As for Day Trade The World, the domain daytradetheworld.com was registered through GoDaddy.com, LLC on August 12, 2011, updated on September 10, 2022, and is set to expire on August 12, 2023 unless renewed. It is hosted by Google LLC.

    It is ranked 228,757 globally and 120,834 in the United States (1,058 in the Finance > Investing category in the United States). According to SimilarWeb, it was founded in 1997, has 51-200 employees (65 on LinkedIn), is located in Panama, and in March 2023, they received more than 272,000 visitors, mainly from the United States, but also from other countries, such as India, Canada, United Kingdom, and Germany.

    According to their About us page, Day Trade The World™ (DTTW™) is a day trading company under Select Vantage Inc. that operates in over 90 countries with access to more than 50 global markets and over 3,000 day traders in 350 trading offices. They offer training, trading capital, and trading tools such as PPro8™ trading software, TMS trading simulator, and Cube-X™ trading device.

    DTTW™ is not regulated, but they trade through regulated brokers and comply with local securities laws and trading rules. They have strict measures in place to ensure that all trading offices comply with exchange rules and regulations. They sponsor TraderTV.LIVE™, a day trading channel on YouTube.

    Day Trade The World™ is a software company that offers a trading platform for intraday trading. Based on the 82 reviews on Trustpilot, the company has a 4.4-star rating out of 5, with 73% of the reviews being 5-star. Positive feedback highlights the excellent customer support, professional team, and reliable software. Some users have suggested improvements to the software, such as adding an automatic stop loss or enhancing the black theme.

    Overall, the reviews suggest that Day Trade The World™ is a trustworthy company with satisfied customers. However, there are some negative reviews as well with some reviewers question the legitimacy of DTTW, citing issues with the company’s past, spam marketing, and lack of transparency regarding the location of trading offices. Some users also mention issues with outdated software and poor organization.

    DTTW responded to some reviews, citing regulatory reasons for why Ontario residents cannot trade on their platform and assuring that they conduct thorough diligence reviews of potential partners.

    On the redflagdeals.com forum, a user asked if anyone had experience with the proprietary trader training program of Day Trade The World (DTTW) after they were accepted into their training program in just three days. They were asked to pay a one-time $400 Work From Home setup fee, and were told that they would be able to day trade with DTTW’s capital once they started making profits. The poster, who had experience as an equity/FX trader, was unsure if this was normal and asked for feedback.

    Responses were mixed, with some members calling it a scam and advising the poster to learn to trade on their own, while others suggested that the company seemed legit but cautioned the poster to be careful. One member also pointed out that the failure rate of day traders is quite high.


    The domain swiftfinancetrading.com was registered on May 18, 2021 through Hosting Concepts B.V. d/b/a Registrar.eu by SwiftFinanceTrading from California, USA. It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited.

    SwiftFinanceTrading is a Forex trading platform that offers opportunities with more than 1,000 assets, efficient technical indicators, integrated alert system and all the necessary tools for traders of all levels.

    They provide an intuitive trading platform designed with the latest technological advancements and offer customer support service 7 days a week.

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    The website also offers bonus systems and an expert advisor.

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    The platform operates 23 hours a day, Sunday-Friday, and provides unique opportunities for trading intra-day, daily or weekly.

    Screenshot of SwiftFinanceTrading.com

    SwiftFinanceTrading offers three different investment plans: Basic, Silver, and Diamond. The Basic plan requires a minimum deposit of $300 and a maximum deposit of $5000, with returns of $3000-$5500, and offers 10% daily returns for one day. The Silver plan requires a minimum deposit of $5000 and a maximum deposit of $50,000, with returns of $13,750-$137,500, and offers 25% daily returns for seven days. The Diamond plan requires a minimum deposit of $50,000 and a maximum deposit of $150,000, with returns of $800,000-$2,400,000, and offers 50% daily returns for 30 days.

    The investment plans offered by SwiftFinanceTrading with high daily returns and large potential profits raise red flags and could be a sign of a potential scam.

    Email – support@SwiftFinanceTrading.com

    Location – 72 Broad St, Reading RG1 2AF, United Kingdom


    The domain lilaswifttrading.com was registered on January 1, 2022 through OwnRegistrar, Inc.. It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited. It is hosted by ColoCrossing.

    The website Lilaswifttrading.com offers clients an opportunity to invest in cryptocurrency bitcoin mining and trade bitcoin using their platform. They claim to offer over 100 tradable assets, risk management tools, security protocols, and five trading options.

    The website features an auto trading bot technology and a three-step investment process that includes signing up, selecting a package and making a deposit, and then earning profits from the world’s most liquid markets with your preferred base currency and account type.

    The website offers four different trading plans with varying deposit amounts, expected returns, and profit rates. The plans claim to provide full access to all features, more than 75 assets, and a personal account manager.

    Withdrawals are said to be processed in less than 48 hours, but there are withdrawal fees ranging from 2% to 5%.

    The plans have different durations ranging from one week to one month.

    Email: info@Lilaswifttrading.com.

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    Online one person was questioning the legitimacy of lilaswifttrading.com. They claim that after requesting a withdrawal of their investment, they were asked to pay $375 for a refund, and were told that someone would pay $1850 for an OTP code to transfer the total profit into their Cash App account.

    We find a review discussing the legitimacy of the online investment platform Swiftflashtrade.com. The author, James Greening, concludes that the website is a scam and explains his reasoning. He argues that the website claims to generate unrealistic profits, uses a pyramid scheme-like referral program, was created anonymously by someone in a high-risk country, has no company details, has a poorly made website using a cheap template, and has multiple cloned websites. The author advises avoiding investing with Swiftflashtrade and the similar sites.


    The domain primeswifttrade.com was registered on August 1, 2022 through Realtime Register B.V.. It is hosted by HOSTINGER US.

    Primeswifttrade.com is a platform for trading and investing in cryptocurrency, particularly Bitcoin. It offers over 100 assets and several trading options, including 60 seconds, Speed trading, 24 hours, and Long term.

    Primeswifttrade allegedly uses advanced security protocols and unique risk management tools to enhance clients’ chances of success.

    Clients can fund their accounts with Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies and withdraw funds instantly.

    The site also features a trading robot for automated trading.

    There are several investment plans to choose from, and users can start earning profits immediately after making a deposit.

    SwiftTrade Scam Review - Screenshot of PrimeSwiftTrade.com
    Notice how similar it is to LilaSwiftTrading.com

    On the About us page of another scam, Upstox Trading Option, there are images of people which we can also found on the About us page of primeswifttrade.com, Aaron Graham and James Chris. However, the links to their Facebook and Instagram pages do not work, and it turns out that the pictures are fake.

    Their email is: info@Primeswifttrade.com.


    The domain uniqueswifttrade.com was registered on August 31, 2022 through NameSilo, LLC. It is hosted by Namecheap, Inc..

    Uniqueswifttrade is a trading platform that offers access to over 15,000 trading instruments across 7 asset classes. They offer a variety of trading accounts to match every trading style across all levels of experience.

    Uniqueswifttrade allegedly offers lightning speed execution with razor-thin spreads, and allows scalping, hedging, news trading, and more. They offer a proprietary copy trading system and carefully curated investment portfolios through their Insights platform.

    The company is registered in the UK and offers a no-experience trading method.

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    SwiftTrade Scam Review - Screenshot of UniqueSwiftTrade.com

    Email: Info@UniqueSwiftTrade.com.

    The domain is mentioned in a few online lists of scam websites.


    The domain swiftflashtrade.com was registered on June 20, 2022 through Hostinger, UAB by Juliet Dalton of Fjmcdworld from 5 washinton [sic] street, Dallas, AK, USA 10001.

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    Telephone: +1 (192) 992-0201.

    Email: franklynonoaghakpote@gmail.com.

    It is hosted by Hostinger International Limited.

    SwiftTrade Scam Review - Screenshot of SwiftFlashTrade.com

    It is a platform for trading cryptocurrencies, which offers various trading options, risk management tools, and security protocols, and claims to provide traders with a fast and secure trading experience. Clients can sign up for free, select a package, and fund their accounts with Bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies. The email also includes some statistics and recent withdrawals from the platform.

    The website has a Home, About Us, Trading Plans, Contact Us, and FAQ section. There are four trading plans – Starter, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. The Starter plan requires a minimum deposit of $50 and offers a 17% hourly profit with a plan duration of 1 month. The Silver plan requires a minimum deposit of $200 and offers a 32% hourly profit with a plan duration of 1 week. The Gold plan requires a minimum deposit of $1000 and offers a 6.5% daily profit with a plan duration of 1 week. The Platinum plan requires a minimum deposit of $10,000 and offers a 60% daily profit with a plan duration of 1 week. All plans have full access to all features, more than 75 assets, personal account manager, withdrawal fees of 5%, and withdrawal takes less than 48 hours to process.

    According to fakewebsitebuster.com, James Greening, a Fake Website Buster, has reviewed the online investment platform, swiftflashtrade.com, and concluded that it is a fake website. Swiftflashtrade claims to generate profits for investors through crypto trading and offers unrealistic returns of up to 60% per day. The website’s content has been copied from at least 196 other websites that are likely to be scams. There are no company details or social media presence and the only contact information provided is a non-functional email ID. Greening suggests that it is not a genuine trading and investment firm and advises readers to avoid investing with swiftflashtrade.com or any of its 196 similar sites.

    Email: info@Swiftflashtrade.com

    Many of the above websites look similar, which indicates that the same creator or technological company is behind them.

    As for domains that are no longer online, we have:


    There’s no proof that this domain ever existed.

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    FXSwifttrade.com (defunct)

    The domain fxswifttrade.com was registered on July 2, 2022 through NameCheap, Inc.

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    On April 21, 2021 at 3:11 am, someone reported a scam related to fxswifttrade.com, which continuously asked for more money. The website was connected with Bitcoin.com, and the person intended to report any Instagram accounts that asked them for money.

    There’s an Instagram profile belonging to a user named “kathyrosr,” which may be connected to fxswifttrade.com. The user has posted 22 times and has 524 followers while following 1,534 accounts.

    There also an “unofficial Facebook page for FXswifttrade.com.” The page was created on March 25, 2021, and has no posts or advertisements yet. It has 1 follower and 1 like.

    On June 24th, 2021, a user named BusyCat posted a thread at beermoneyforum.com titled “fxswifttrade.com Reviews: SCAM OR LEGIT?” The user, who claimed to not be affiliated with the website, warned others not to invest more than they can afford to lose. The post included details about the investment plans offered by fxswifttrade.com, which include daily returns of 15% for 10, 12, 16, or 20 times depending on the plan. The minimum investment amount is $100, and investments can be made using cryptocurrency, Payeer, or PerfectMoney.

    Based on this, the website fxswifttrade.com and its investment plans with a promised daily return of 15% for multiple days sound too good to be true and may be a red flag for a potential scam.

    According to the Scam Detector, the website fxswifttrade.com has a trust index of 2 out of 100, indicating it is dubious, very new, and suspicious. The website has poor popularity and HTTPS connection is not found. The website has very negative social media feedback and Alexa rank. The website does not have genuine reviews, and its credibility is questionable.

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    The website fxswifttrade.com was reviewed on Scamadviser.com to determine whether it is safe or a scam. The website has a low trust score, and negative reviews were detected. The website owner’s identity is hidden, and the website is not optimized for search engines.

    There are two user reviews about fxswifttrade.com, both of which have given the website a low rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars. One user reported that they were contacted to invest in cryptocurrencies, made a deposit, and then were asked to pay an additional 20% upfront to withdraw their funds, but they never received their money.

    The other user reported receiving strange emails from the company and being asked to pay different fees to unlock their money.

    SwiftTrade.world (defunct)

    The domain swifttrade.world was registered on November 29, 2022 through Dynadot, LLC. It is hosted by DigitalOcean, LLC.

    According to a beermoneyforum.com thread from December 9, 2021, Swifttrade.world is a new investment site that promises different returns on investment depending on the time frame. The minimum deposit is $30 and payment can be made through various cryptocurrencies and e-wallets.

    Indexed on Google is just the website’s homepage. However, the website does not contain any useful information about its services or products. It only has a blank page with a title “Swifttrade.world.”

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    The BeerMoneyForum is a platform where users can discuss various ways to make money online. One thread on the forum is discussing the legitimacy of Swifttrade.world, a new investment site that offers returns of up to 100% after seven days.

    This newly launched investment site offers a range of investment plans with varying returns over different time frames. Investors can expect to earn 20% after 24 hours, 40% after 48 hours, 60% after 72 hours, 80% after 96 hours, and a full return of 100% after 7 days. The minimum deposit required to start investing is $30, and there is a referral commission of 5% available for those who bring in new investors. Payment options include Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Bitcoincash, Perfectmoney, and Payeer.

    According to a hebertpark.com review, the website swifttrade.world is under suspicion of being a scam, and some users are questioning its trustworthiness. The website is less than a year old, and its owner is REDACTED FOR PRIVACY. Swifttrade.world has an HTTPS connection, but its popularity is low, and it has a low number of weekly visitors.

    Swifttrade.io (defunct)

    The domain swifttrade.io was registered on April 24, 2022 through Sarek Oy by 1337 Services LLC from Charlestown, KN.

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    It appears on the Brave.com blacklist.

    The only other mention of this site is a Twitter account associated with it with a few tweets from April 2022, according to which, SwiftTrade.io is a trading platform that boasts a friendly user interface and no fees. They have recently improved their user interface to make it more user-friendly, and they have achieved 1000 total trades on their website. SwiftTrade has also warned its users to be careful of fake phishing links and introduced a new system that works on trade codes instead of trade links. They have had to change their Twitter account due to an unfortunate action by their former social media staff member.

    It is unclear who is behind the platform or what happened to it. Without further information, it is difficult to determine whether it was a scam or a legitimate platform that simply ceased operations.

    Swift-Trade.uk (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    A Facebook profile belongs to Benard Lucas who claims to have started working at Swift-Trade.uk on March 21, 2020. He also mentions that he is a student at the University of Cambridge since March 21, 2020. The profile has 151 friends. The profile also shows several profile picture updates from November 2019 to March 2020.

    Swift-Trade.uk may have been owned by the company SWIFT TRADE (UK) LIMITED registered in the UK as Company number 06368996, a Dissolved since 27 August 2013 Private limited Company owned by MATHERS, Michelle Louise, BECK, Peter, YORK PLACE COMPANY SECRETARIES LIMITED, and YORK PLACE COMPANY NOMINEES LIMITED.

    SwiftFXBiTrade.com (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

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    There’s a Portuguese review of the Swiftfxbitrade broker, which claims to provide forex and cryptocurrency services but is unregulated and falsely claims to be based in the UK. The article analyzes the company’s account plans, features, and additional information such as its lack of regulation and fraudulent activities reported by the Spanish financial regulator, CNMV. The review concludes that the broker is a scam and should be approached with caution.

    Based on the information provided in the article, there are several factors that suggest that Swiftfxbitrade may be a scam broker:

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    • Lack of regulation: The broker does not mention anything about being regulated, and the article states that it is an unregulated broker.
    • False location claim: The broker claims to be located in the UK, but the article suggests that this information is false.
    • Negative reviews: The article mentions that when searching for information and comments about Swiftfxbitrade, a large number of negative comments were found.
    • Reported for fraudulent activities: The Spanish financial regulator, CNMV, reported Swiftfxbitrade for fraudulent activities in March 2021.

    Overall, these factors indicate that Swiftfxbitrade may not be a trustworthy or legitimate broker, and therefore may be considered a scam.

    The website swiftfxbitrade.com is also reviewed and labeled as a scam by scammedbroker.com. The site is accused of breaking the law by offering trading advice or investment opportunities without being regulated. The site is also known for scamming people out of their money through HYIP programs. The domain registration and the company’s new appearance on the internet make it untrustworthy. The company’s location, telephone numbers, and email are unknown.

    One person reported:

    I was scammed by the website swiftfxbitrade. They stole all of my money and never released my earnings. I was never compensated.

    Someone else wrote:

    A person named Ryan with Instagram username “ryan.masterclass_x” and another person with username “pr0ud_teach3r” messaged me, claiming they can help me make a lot of money. They sent me videos and pictures which I have in my possession.

    Still another person reported:

    They promised that the withdrawals would be fast, and I have been waiting for almost a month now.

    According to July 12, 2021 beermoneyforum.com thread, the website offers investment plans with minimum investment of $20 and promises high profits within a short period of time, ranging from 110% profit after 20 hours to 400% profit after 24 hours. The deposit and withdrawal options are limited to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. The website also offers a referral commission of 5%.

    The Spanish regulator CNMV has issued warnings against 11 Forex and Crypto brokers for investment scams, including SwiftFXBiTrade.com. The CNMV has added SwiftFXBiTrade to its list of fraudulent financial companies for acting without authorization.

    SwiftMarket.online (defunct)

    The domain swiftmarket.online was registered on December 20, 2022 through Dynadot LLC. It is hosted by Trellian Pty. Limited.

    On the Google index is a page that says this domain is currently for sale for $99. The results include links to the domain’s parking page generated by Sedo, and a page with relevant content. There are no other significant results or information available about the website.

    Swiftmarket.online is a suspicious website with a low trust score according to Scamadviser, due to indicators such as a hidden owner’s identity, low Tranco rank, and invalid SSL certificate. The website is related to cryptocurrency investments, but it is defunct and lacks customer reviews. The website’s legitimacy is questionable.

    Swift-Trading.net (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    The website ScamDoc analyzed Swift-Trading.net and found it to have a very bad trust index of only 1%. The domain name is recent and the owner is hidden, which raises suspicions. ScamDoc warns that the site is suspected to be a source of spam and may be linked to fraudulent activity in certain countries.

    Swift-Trading.net is a defunct investment project that operated for 358 days from 21.09.2020. The website is currently archived and not monitored or updated. According to ScamScavenger, the site has a high scam score of 100 (+22). The payment system offered was manual, and there were no monitors with PAYING status.

    The website languageallmonitors24.com offers a service to check the status of HYIPs and other categories of sites 24/7. The site allows for searching by name or domain and provides a list of programs with the same IP address, including Swift-Trading.net, which had a plan of 12% for 24 hours but has not been paying for 937 days.

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    SwiftTraderCo.com (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    A Reddit post on r/Scams from two years ago inquiring about the legitimacy of the trading website, SwiftTraderCo.com, was answered with comments indicating it is a common scam due to the lack of online presence and WHOIS data showing the domain was registered in December.

    SwiftradeFX.com (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    There’s an Instagram profile belonging to a user named Kevin Drakeford, who claims to be a Bitcoin expert and forex trader. He also mentions being a trading coach, financial advisor, and account manager, and provides a link to the now defunct website SwiftradeFX.com. The profile also includes some personal information such as Drakeford’s location in the UK/US.

    There’s also a YouTube review warns against investing in Swiftradefx, a binary options broker offering cryptocurrency trading and a 160% return on investment through an initial coin offering. The broker offers five types of accounts, deposit bonuses, and claims to be a fully regulated company in various countries. However, the review concludes that Swiftradefx is a scam that should be avoided.

    SwiftradeFX appears to have been a broker with no valid regulatory information. They got a low score of 1.35/10 on WikiFX, which also warns of high potential risk and suspicious regulatory license. Users are advised to stay away from this broker.

    SwiftradeFX may be based in China.

    BitcoinSwiftrade.com (defunct)

    The domain bitcoinswiftrade.com was registered on April 8, 2021 through PDR Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com. It is hosted by Confluence Networks Inc.

    Still indexed on Google are a page that says the website is up for sale for an asking price of $1001. The following results show links to pages related to digital currency services, charts, courses, investments, trading, news, and apps offered by the website. The last result shows a link to another website, Vector Official Site, offering next-generation technology for trading and investing.

    A Facebook profile of a Maymunah Umar Balarabi provides some basic information about BitcoinSwiftrade.com, which appears to be a local business based in Kaduna, Nigeria. The contact information for the business is also listed, including a phone number (+1-281-417-8042) and an email address (info@bitcoinswiftrade.com). The text also mentions that as of August 29, 2018, the website had been created, but there is no information about its current status or reputation.

    There’s also an Instagram profile for “Micheal Mike,” a photographer and account manager promoting bitcoinswiftrade.com, claiming to help users earn $10,000 daily.

    One review warns against investing in bitcoinswiftrade.com, a fraudulent HYIP (hype) investment project. The website promises high returns on investments, but it is impossible to withdraw the invested funds. The author advises against investing money in such scam projects, as users often lose their money. The review mentions that the reviews for bitcoinswiftrade.com are mostly negative, and most positive reviews are likely fake. The review also highlights other HYIP scam websites and advises readers to stay away from these scam sites. Finally, the review recommends proven sites for earning real money without investment.

    Another article written in Russian warns against dealing with bitcoinswiftrade.com, an investment company that promises high profits but is actually a pyramid scheme. According to the article, the company collects money from clients, pays out small amounts for a short time, but ultimately does not provide enough returns to recoup the investment. The administrators have launched powerful advertising on social media to lure in victims, and the site is considered a dangerous investment scam.

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    We also discover that BitcoinSwiftrade.com was hacked by the attacker ./Sekigan of the MUGIWARA BLACK HAT TEAM using a file inclusion technique. The defacement details are available on the website of HaxorID, an online archive of website hacks. The page has been archived since December 12, 2021.

    SwiftTrading.com (defunct)

    The domain swifttrading.com was registered on July 28, 2004 through GoDaddy.com, LLC, but was updated on November 14, 2022. It is hosted by Team Internet AG.

    According to SimilarWeb, its Global Rank is #13,359,214, while its Country Rank is #3,768,404 in the United States.

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    Based on the Google index, swifttrading.com, appears to have been a website related to Forex trading and trading stocks. The description mentions that the website has been informing visitors about these topics and has satisfied thousands of visitors.

    SwiftTrading.com.au (defunct)

    The domain swifttrading.com.au was updated on January 21, 2023. The registrar is Web Address Registration Pty Ltd. The registrant contact is Peter Baker. It is hosted by DigitalOcean, LLC.

    Swifttrading.com.au, according to SimilarWeb, was a leading Australian web design, web hosting, and web development agency. It had offices on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, and on the beautiful Koh Samui island in Thailand. The total number of visits to the website was less than 5K in March 2023.

    Swifttrading.com.au has a Semrush Authority Score of 2. It has 10 backlinks from 7 referring domains. Some of the backlinks are from websites such as au.urlm.com, scbookwww2.webair.com, aspirecarpentry.com.au, evasi0njailbreak.com, onlinetechtrick.blogspot.com, australian24.com, and eudip.com. Moreover, the website swifttrading.com.au is related to Swift Trading Web Design and Development, and it has been mentioned in complaints and blog posts related to jailbreaking iOS devices and bypassing iCloud activation.

    According to the Google Index, the domain was being offered for sale in its last days and built with SitePad. The Contact section listed an email addresses (admin@swifttrading.com.au) for inquiries and support.

    Swift Trading (Peter Baker), a computer company in Thailand and Australia, allegedly scammed a customer who wired the purchase price for a laptop that was never delivered, according to usacomplaints.com. When the customer asked for a refund, the company claimed that it had already sent the money. The customer never received a refund or the laptop. According to the complainant, Swift Trading has defrauded many people and should be avoided.

    SwiftTradingOptions.com (defunct)

    Swifttradingoptions.com was registered with NameCheap, Inc. on March 31, 2021, and is set to expire on March 31, 2024. The most recent update to the domain information was made on April 8, 2023. It is hosted by Psychz Networks.

    Based on our Semrush analysis, swifttradingoptions.com has a low authority score of 2, indicating a relatively new or low-ranking domain. The Semrush Domain Rank for this website is 38.7M, which suggests limited online visibility. The domain does not currently receive any organic search traffic, indicating that it may not be well-established or optimized for search engines. It is ranking for only 3 keywords, indicating limited keyword targeting. Overall, swifttradingoptions.com appears to have been a website before with limited online presence and visibility.

    It appears to have been an investment platform for trading cryptocurrency using users’ capital, based on website pages that are still indexed on Google. The website had various sections such as Home, Plans, Roadmap, Pricing, Legal Docs, Market, Education, Careers, About, Help, Contact Us, and Signup. It offered investment services related to cryptocurrency, CFD trading, oil, and gold CFDs.

    Contact information listed on the website included an address in Silverdale, WA, USA, and an email address (support@swifttradingoptions.com) and phone number (+16097364480) for customer support.

    This website is categorized as a High Yield Investment Program (HYIP), known for scamming people out of their money with false promises. It seems to have targeted clients in and around Europe and the USA, using telephone calls and social media platforms like Tiktok and Instagram for marketing.

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    SwiftTradingOptions.com was mentioned on the BMF (BeerMoneyForum) thread by user Hyip Sites on September 5, 2021. The website claimed to offer various investment plans with high daily returns, ranging from 15% to 50% for different time periods. The minimum deposit required was $1000, and the referral commission offered was between 10% to 25%. Payment options included Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and bank wire.

    According to MyHonestReviews.org, the Swift Trading Options Inc. address is: Tunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom. It is mentioned that Swift Trading Options is an unregulated company and does not have a valid license from any major financial authority.

    Another review states that their address is Wellington Gate, 7/9 Church Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 1HT, and an additional address in Silverdale, WA, USA.

    The website appears to have been operated by Rebecca Hernandez, who claims to be a binary options account manager, forex trader, and crypto miner based in Dallas, TX. Rebecca Hernandez’s Twitter handle is @traderRebecca22, and her Twitter account was created in January 2012. She has 615 followers and is following 4,810 accounts. Her most recent pinned tweet from March 12 states that she generated a significant profit margin in just 11 trading sessions, with a normal trading session lasting for 7 days.

    SwiftTradingOptions.com is also promoted by a user named rebeccawilliams431 on TikTok, who claimed to be a forex investor and a proud mom. The website’s URL is Swifttradingoptions.com, and it advertised 24/7 availability with a telephone number for contact. The TikTok videos posted by rebeccawilliams431 encouraged viewers to start an investment and claimed that there were no limits to what could be achieved.

    Another person associated with SwiftTradingOptions.com is Evelyn Vina, a Digital Asset Investor and Forex Enthusiast, with an account on Twitter under the handle @evelynvinaforex. Evelyn Vina joined Twitter in July 2013 and had the latest tweet on Jul 5, 2022, featuring a new profile picture. The Twitter account has 222 followers and is following 122 accounts.

    SwiftFXTrade.net (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

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    SwiftFXTrade.net was promoted on Twitter by Freda Atwood (@atwood_freda), an account that has been deactivated since then. The website claimed to offer opportunities to earn significant profits weekly through investments in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

    SwiftFXTrade.net is a defunct website that was reviewed on a thread started by Conorj on May 11, 2021, on a forum called BMF (Beer Money Forum). The review mentions that the minimum investment required was $500, and the website claimed to offer an investment plan with a profit return of $2,750. The only mentioned deposit option and withdrawal method was Bitcoin.

    SwiftFXTrade.net is a defunct website that has a very low rating of 2.0 out of 100 on the Scam Detector’s rank. It is considered dubious, very new, and suspicious. The website is associated with the trading industry in the financial sector. However, the website has several red flags that contribute to its low rating. The website’s popularity is poor with a ranking of 0, and it is not detected by any blacklist engine. Additionally, the website does not have HTTPS connection, further raising concerns about its credibility.

    The website itself is poorly designed and lacks metadata elements that could enhance its online presence. This contributes to its questionable quality and credibility. The website claims to be associated with the trading industry, but the information available is limited and does not provide much insight into its activities. The review also mentions that there are no genuine reviews available for SwiftFXTrade.net, making it difficult to ascertain its legitimacy.

    SwiftForexTrade.net (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    SwiftFXTrade.net is a defunct website that offered investment plans with daily profit returns of 7% to 9%. The website allowed deposits and withdrawals via Bitcoin, Ethereum, and bank transfer, and offered a referral commission of 5%.

    The website claimed to be a global forex broker but was not regulated. It had a low score on regulatory, business, and risk management indexes, and no valid regulatory information was available.

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    The company, SwiftForex Trade LTD, was registered in the UK and had phone numbers in the UK and Australia. The website had no valid licenses and high potential risk.

    SwiftGlobalTrade.com (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    SwiftGlobalTrade.com, an offshore broker, has been found to be a scam by The Forex Review. The website lacks a proper trading platform, contains fake information, and is not regulated. The minimum deposit requirement is $50, which can only be made through a suspicious Bitcoin wallet. Withdrawals are restricted to the same method as deposits.

    The website has a low rating on Scam Detector’s Trust Index, indicating it is dubious and suspicious. User reviews indicate potential fraudulent practices. SwiftGlobalTrade falsely claimed to be licensed by CySEC and BaFIN, but held no license. It falsely claimed to be located in the UK and had unrealistic return rates. The lack of regulation, trading capabilities, and proper deposit methods make it unreliable.

    On November 23, 2021, Jacquae Hoffman reported that they had invested $1500 with SwiftGlobalTrade.com, a defunct website. However, the website refused to release their profit of $20,340 unless they paid a withdrawal fee of $400. Jacquae Hoffman stated that the website was contacting them on a daily basis, insisting on the payment of the withdrawal fee.

    According to another user review, the platform that has been active for over a year, has been accused of false advertising on their official website. The trading conditions they promote are alleged to be untrue, with claims made to induce deposits being nothing more than lies. This review was posted on December 8, 2022, at 10:01.

    Finally, on December 13, 2022, Li Renbin posted a warning, stating that the broker changed their terms and conditions arbitrarily and fabricated violations to steal money from investors. They advised others to stay away from this scam broker and not to invest any money.

    SwiftProTrade.online (defunct)

    The domain swiftprotrade.online was registered on January 13, 2023 through Hostinger, UAB. It is hosted by OVH SAS.

    From pages of this site which are still indexed on Google, we learn that they used to offer online trading services for forex, stocks, ETFs, and options. The website promotes itself as an award-winning licensed broker with easy deposit options using Visa/MasterCard or bank transfers, emphasizing the ease of online trading.

    According to the cached version of the homepage from April 1, 2023, Swiftprotrade offers cryptocurrency investment options to meet the needs of all investors with various ranges of financial capabilities. The company offers an automatic BTC doubling program providing access to high liquidity orderbook for top currency pairs in the market. The site claims to offer strong security, worldwide coverage, popular payment options, mobile app, cost efficiency, and high liquidity.

    They used to over several bitcoin-related services, including Bitcoin Escrow Service, Bitcoin Mining, Bitcoin Investment, Bitcoin Transaction, and Bitcoin Exchange.

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    The website claims to be a safe and trustworthy platform with a user-friendly interface and 24/7 support service available.

    According to their About page, SwiftProTrade is a platform that allows users to buy and sell Bitcoins using Visa/MasterCard or bank transfers. The company has over 700,000 users from around the world and guarantees instant buy/sell of Bitcoins at a fair price.

    SwiftProTrade.online is a website that has been flagged as dubious by Fake Website Buster and has a very low trust score of 1 out of 100 from Scamadviser. The website appeared reliable at first glance but had several negative indicators.

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    The website offered high-risk investment opportunities and used free email addresses for contact information, which is considered unprofessional. Additionally, the website had low website traffic and hosted unreliable websites on the same server, possibly including adult and cryptocurrency-related content. Scamadviser recommends extreme caution when using this website and suggests checking the website using their checklist or contacting the company directly for further verification.

    The registrant is listed as SPT with a contact address in Otago, New Zealand. The same contact information has been reused on at least 25 other websites believed to be operated by the same owner.

    SwiftTradeBit.com (defunct)

    The domain swifttradebit.com was registered on February 28, 2023 through Tucows Domains Inc.. It is hosted by GigeNET.

    A swifttradebit.com page is still indexed on Google with the description “Find the best information and most relevant links on all topics related to This domain may be for sale!”

    SwiftTradeBit.com used to operated in the Trading industry. However, its legitimacy is questionable as it has a medium-low authoritative score of 42.3 out of 100, which indicates it may have Controversial, Risky, and Red Flags. The website’s popularity was rated as poor, and it has not been detected by any blacklist engine. It had a valid HTTPS connection. However, it had a proximity score of 17 out of 100 to suspicious websites, a threat profile score of 40 out of 100, a phishing score of 15 out of 100, and a malware score of 40 out of 100, indicating potential security risks.

    Overall, SwiftTradeBit.com received a low trusting rank.

    SwiftFX365.com (defunct)

    There’s almost no proof that this domain ever existed.

    Swift-Trades.co (defunct)

    The domain swift-trades.co was registered on January 20, 2022 through NameCheap, Inc..

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    One person inquired on March 15, 2022 whether swift-trades.co is a scam. He mentioned being contacted by a girl on Instagram who built a relationship with him, and he deposited $5,000.

    SwiftPivotTrade.com (defunct)

    According to SimilarWeb, their Global Rank is #19,626,455, while their Country Rank is #221,242 (Bulgaria).

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    SwiftPivotTrade.com is an investment platform that has garnered negative reviews online. It is noted for being unregulated, lacking transparency, and not having the necessary licensing. The website’s services are also questionable, with unrealistic promises and poor communication. Users have reported high fees and commissions, as well as difficulties in withdrawing funds.

    Additionally, the lack of information about the CEO and management team is a red flag, raising concerns about the platform’s legitimacy and safety of funds. Overall, SwiftPivotTrade.com is considered a suspected scam that should be avoided due to its lack of regulation and transparency.

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    Swiftpivottrade.com has a low rank of 48.3 out of 100, which indicates that caution is advised. The website’s design was poor, lacking essential metadata and an HTTPS connection, which negatively impacted its credibility and online presence. Although it claimed to help recover funds lost to cryptocurrency scams, it provided limited information about its services. While swiftpivottrade.com did not appear on any blacklist engine, it had low scores in threat, phishing, malware, and spam profiles. Overall, it received a medium-low authoritative score of 48.3 based on analysis by the Scam Detector algorithm.

    On Twitter there’s a profile of a person called Emmanuel Luciano, a business man, traveler, father of two kids, and motivational speaker based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The bio includes his Twitter handle “@emmalucy12” and a link to the website “swiftpivottrade.com.”

    On WikiFX, we find a user review posted in Spanish on July 22, 2022:

    Elizabeth Khumola, a woman from South Africa, coerced me into paying over R5000 with the promise to release my profits of $5100, but only if I paid an additional $1300 for a conversion fee. Despite making the payment, she continues to call me, demanding the conversion payment so she can supposedly release my profits.

    PeakSwiftTrade.com (defunct)

    Indexed on Google we find two pages from peakswifttrade.com:

    The first result is a link to the registration page where users can create an account by providing their personal information, such as name, email, phone number, and security question. The page also includes a statement promoting the platform and encouraging users to join.

    The second result is a link to the login page for existing members, where users can enter their email and password to access their account. The page also provides an option for new users to register for an account.

    The copyright line said “Copyright 2021.”

    There are on other mentions of this website online.

    SwiftTrade247.com (defunct)

    The site is no longer indexed on Google.

    SwiftTrade247.com has been reported as a scam. There is little information about the company on their website, and their company name appears to be randomly chosen. They claim to make big money through phone trading, but their identity is hidden, and they are not regulated by any agency. They are known to manipulate trades and offer deals that sound too good to be true. Once you deposit money, they may come up with excuses to prevent you from withdrawing your funds, such as requiring payment of credit or fees.

    According to BitcoinAbuse.com, SwiftTrade247.com, a defunct website, was reported for scamming activities on Jan 11, 2021. The scammer used the website (swifttrade247.com) to defraud victims by transferring Bitcoin to a specific address.

    Another report on Mar 26, 2021, mentioned that the scammer sent a code and demanded payment of almost 100k.

    The most recent report on Sep 13, 2021, involved a person claiming to be a trader named Fridausy Ayuba on Facebook, who introduced himself as a trader from Chicago and directed the victim to buy Bitcoin and send it to an address associated with SwiftTrade247.com (hotstradefx.online).

    According to XREX.io, SwiftTrade247.com is a defunct website that was involved in a Nigerian crypto scam group known as “Operation N-Fiverr.”

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    The scam group launched more than 30 different scam websites, targeting victims worldwide and defrauding over 1000 people into making 2,079 transactions with a total of 205.4925067 BTC (roughly $3M at writing time) in scammed funds.

    The time frame of their operations started in December 2017. The tool supplier for Operation N-Fiverr was iPongDev Tech, a Nigerian company that provided the codebase for their scam websites. The websites were created using PHP and Laravel, with TradingView and coinlib.io widgets for visualizations.

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    Victims were lured into the scam through high-interest rate crypto investment platforms, promising fake profits and offering referral commissions. The scam websites had fake signup bonuses, high minimum deposit amounts, and displayed fake profits in real-time. Once victims wanted to withdraw funds, Operation N-Fiverr would ask for additional deposits, claiming it was company policy or withdrawal fees, but they would never approve withdrawal requests.

    The money flow of the scam group involved immediately forwarding the defrauded BTC into other on-chain wallets or exchange wallets, including compromised wallets of Remitano and Gemini.

    SwiftTrade247.com was involved in this scam operation as one of the websites used by Operation N-Fiverr. The website offered fake investment opportunities with high interest rates and required victims to deposit minimum amounts ranging from $1,000 to $50,000 USD. Victims were scammed into sending additional funds for withdrawal requests, but the requests were never approved, and communication was cut off by the scammers.

    SwiftTrade247.com was flagged by CipherTrace for high risk and blocked a withdrawal attempt due to AML triggers.

    BTC-SwiftTrade.com (defunct)

    Indexed on Google we find a PDF file titled “boostcoin.uk – This website is for sale! – boostcoin Resources …” and with the description “The owner of boostcoin.uk is offering it for sale for an asking price of 99 USD! This webpage was generated by the domain owner using Sedo Domain Parking.”

    Boostcoin.uk is not a working website, but according to online reviews, it may have been a scam.

    BTC-SwiftTrade.com was last active 1213 days ago, with the domain info showing the IP address as The website offered a plan promising 130% profit in 12 hours and accepted payments through PerfectMoney, Bitcoin, Payeer, Litecoin, and Ethereum. The website was not paying and is marked as “NOT PAYING” on Hyipmonitors24.Net, a website that monitors high-yield investment programs (HYIPs).

    The website claimed to be a legitimately enrolled private limited company founded in 2014 in London, UK, but it later transformed into a public company to provide access to financial products. The project worked for 40 days since its start date on 23.12.2019 and had a monitoring history of 1212 days. However, there is negative information and scam proofs associated with the website.

    The website’s domain, btc-swifttrade.com, was registered on 26.07.2019 and was set to expire on 26.07.2020. The registrar of the domain is NAMECHEAP INC, and the admin information is protected by WhoisGuard. The website’s server is located in the United States, specifically in New Jersey, and is hosted by Namecheap, Inc.

    The website’s contact email is admin@btc-swifttrade.com.

    Bottom Line

    To summarize this review, we have seen multiple website that can be referred to as “Swift Trade,” most of them turned out to be scams.

    We are not sure which one of them is responsible for the report we mentioned in the introduction to this article and we are left amazed with the vast number of scams we were able to find by focusing on just one phrase “Swift Trade.” Imagine how many scams are around that do not contain this phrase!

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