Ambis.biz Review (SCAM) – Earn Hourly and up to 4.8% Daily

Ambis.biz Review

Ambis.biz, is it a scam or paying? The following review will serve as a reference to help you make a decision whether to invest or not.

Ambis.biz Payment Status: SCAM… NOT PAYING…

Ambis.biz Review
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Summary

Ambis.biz investment plans are 0.15% per hour, 0.16% per hour, 0.18% per hour and 0.2% per hour for lifetime. Principal is available after 24 hours. 7% fee is charged for principal withdrawal.

Added to Database: June 29, 2017

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AMBIS stands for Auto Manage Bitcoin Investment Solution. It is a business site in which the owners, as well as its clients, can benefit from each other. Ambis Investment Solution believes in the future of bitcoins, just like many others, but its strategies as seen in its investment plans further suggest that it is particular about the interests of its investors, which it considers as members of the same family.

AMBIS prides itself in its high-tech solution for bitcoin investments. It assures all investments of minimal risks since it has developed a special robot that makes trading easy and avoids making mistakes. Investors would feel safe because the robots have been tested several months before the launch of the website. Besides, a team of professional traders is always around to monitor events as they happen in the cryptocurrency market.

 

Ambis.biz Overview

Ambis.biz is a home for Bitcoin lovers. Apart from the fact that the site looks good, there are other interesting features about it which will make you return to it if you love to know more about bitcoins. There are links where you can read about bitcoin news on the site. Also, the exchange rates between the bitcoin and the USD, CAD and EUR are always updated there. A video about Ambis.biz gives one a brief summary of what the company professes. It’s just a one-minute video that wouldn’t take your time.

Calculating profits is not difficult on the site either. You can calculate the profit you will have based on a specified duration, as well as what you will benefit if you compound. The maths becomes easy to solve and there can be no mistake or misunderstanding about what to expect before you start. In other words, Ambis.biz is transparent about its investment program.

Go to Ambis.biz anytime you want to check the time and date. The time and date correspond to what is obtainable in the UK. At the moment, the site can only be read in English Language but from what we can see, it appears that other languages will be added soon. A menu where the links to the other languages will be added has already been prepared for this.

Another section of the website that should interest you a lot is the live payments page. The page shows the latest amount paid, the wallet address that received it and the username of the wallet holder. The time and date of the transaction also appear alongside these details.

The Sign-up and sign-in links are at the left-hand side of the website pages, just below the digital clock. There are only 7 fields to fill on the registration form so being an active member should take you only a few minutes. To log in, you would have to enter your username and your password.

 

Ambis.biz Benefits

Get Good Profits

There are four investment packages on Ambis.biz. The investments are as follows

∙         The starter plan—0,15% per hour for investments between 0.01 and 4.99 BTC

∙         The Advanced Plan—0.16% per hour for investments between 5.00 and 19.99 BTC

∙         The Professional Plan—0.18% per hour for investment between 20.00 and 49.99 BTC

∙         The Infinite Plan—0.2% per hour for investments between 50.00 and 149.99 BTC.

The profits may not be the highest in the industry, but this assures a longer paying term. It is better to grow your funds steadily over long periods than to have it just once or twice. Remember that the payments are lasting till infinity so you have nothing to lose at all.

 

Principal Back Anytime

Ambis.biz returns investors’ deposits whenever they ask for it. Investors are eligible to apply for a refund anytime after 24 hours from the time of depositing. However, a 7% fee will be charged for terminating your active account.

 

Referral Package

Referrals have 5% anytime their friends deposit through their links. You can promote your link anywhere, including your Facebook account. You can as well make it your signature on forums that allow such.

 

Compounding Possible

Ambis.biz allows compounding of interest even though some investment sites do not give room for this. Ambis.biz allows compounding from 1 to 100%. 100% compounding means all your profits are reinvested back into the system, while 50% compounding means that half is reinvested while half can be withdrawn. Investors can choose the kind of compounding they want.

 

Fast Support

Ambis.biz has a group of dedicated workers that make up the support team. Their job is to answer your queries and make them as detail as possible. You can submit your queries through an online ticket on the support page.

 

Security

Ambis.biz has a bank-level security. Account usage is only permitted after passing an authorization test.

 

Fast Withdrawal

Withdrawals are processed fast. The money is not paid directly to your bitcoin wallets so as to make compounding easy for whosoever needs it.

 

Multiple Accounts Allowed

Ambis.biz allows the creation of multiple accounts. Hence, you have no need to be worried about account freezing if you want to register your friends and members of the same family with the same IP address. The only restriction given is that accounts from the same IP should not refer themselves since they could possibly be the same person.

 

Conclusion

Ambis.biz is a profitable Bitcoin investment site to join if you want to earn hourly and up to 4.8% daily. Although we can strongly recommend this based on its current paying status, we are not sure if you should invest your whole savings into it because every investment site, especially the  more profitable ones, must be approached with some level of caution.

Ambis.biz is now a SCAM… It’s stopped paying.

 

 

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Disclaimer: Not all the websites listed in our Top List are 100% safe to invest. We do not promote any of those. Due diligence is your own responsibility. You should never invest into any online program with money you aren’t prepared to lose. Make sure to research about the website.

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StopTheScammers
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Update. There have been several other copy cat sites in the short term very similar to Ambis that disappeared within a few weeks or less. Examples are BitLake, FutureCoins, BitCoinXL, ThunderBit, and WiredCoins. The suspicion is that some or all are run by the same group behind Ambis and Trady etc. Ryan Berkness covered them in his public document on his YouTube Channel which tracks these sites and also his videos so that’s how I found out. There is now an “Ambis Refund International LLC” Facebook page and their website name is the same as before except with “.ltd” and… Read more »
StopTheScammers
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Guys there is a high chance that “WiredCoins” is run by the same people as Ambis, same support. There were also posts on Facebook about “when they closed Ambis a transfer of 18.817 BTC was sent from the same wallet that they sent us BTC, 3F9vg29RWYSG6pguBF5TmBMQkekreFWJGT” and “1Mr3HE3wqtdoRBCMRVuh65vYPm5ehNNWE7 has part of our money.” Maybe forward that specific info to the authorities as well. The FBI needs to move on this quickly. WiredCoins is most likely the current Ambis clone.

StopTheScammers
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Someone was posting on Facebook that Ambis ran off with about 21K BTC (about $90.3M) of all our money. I don’t know how much BTC they had in their wallet or how many deposits there were but they probably ran off with a lot if you consider all the different clone sites that pop up and disappear with tens of thousands of people getting ripped off in the end. The top popular YouTubers should be sued or charged with something and made as a public example for promoting these scams.

Martin
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Yes they also took my 0.2 BTC and run off If I login my account it was only 0.0001 BTC and following day I could`nt login as they blocked me… Since then my laptop is not be able to login in their webside,,, it says I am forbin to use it.. Guys this Scams are eating our money please use only spare or litlle money or abstain from this BTC accounts of anything that says you make a lot of profit in a short period of time..

Nice Lake
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Again, it serves no purpose posting on forums without filing a claim. If you don’t want to file a claim, then keep it there.

Nice Lake
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Thank you for the info bro. It surely going to help. I am still waiting for the FBI phone call or email. i will let them know that Ambis may be hiding behind other websites to keep scamming. Guys, the next person to file the claim should include the Ambis Certificate Number in the claim. It will help the FBI to retrace them easily since they have deleted their DNS Server. I believe the FBI is already on their ass because many people have already file a claim. If you file a claim and don’t get a phone call or… Read more »
Deion l
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If you google: one online business then you will learn about the program where all these sites are popping up from. Its all about the referrals. Check it out on youtube.

StopTheScammers
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That’s good to know. And for anyone living in the US it’s even more effective if you go to an FBI field office in person to file a complaint. I wonder if some of the popular YouTube promoters such as Ryan Berkness have ever considered that the scammers behind some of these bot sites might be terrorist groups looking to make large amounts of untraceable funds in a short time such as ISIS. I wonder how the YouTube promoters sleep at night knowing that they’re the sole reason most people ever find out about these scam “programs”. The scammers contact… Read more »
Nice Lake
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Really good point bro.

I hope we will find a way to go after all those YouTubers who don’t care about people money but the referral bonus they get. I know that Steemit allows people to vote them down and make them think twice before promoting blindly.

Stay bless.

Nice Lake
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Dear fellow Ambis Investors, There is nothing to be afraid of. Where ever you are, file a claim at: https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx/ Let’s team up and protect our rights. Let’s send a clear and strong message to all scammers that if they keep doing that, they will face justice. I just filed a claim with the FBI through that link. The country in which you are located doesn’t matter. The FBI will still investigate and deal with scammers. We can not let them get away with all that money from investors. It is probably a million dollars. The more people file a… Read more »
StopTheScammers
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This whole experience, being scammed by both Trady and Ambis, literally within the same week, has made me depressed and very sad. Of course the scammers who did it over and over don’t care. Can’t believe how brazen they are and how foolish I was to think the “trading bot” companies were real. I actually put way more in Ambis thinking I could make up for the Trady losses. Even added an extra $500 on Friday right before Ambis froze everything and went down.

Nice Lake
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Don’t worry bro.

I know it is painful because it is your money and you don’t want people to do that. Stay strong, the case is in the FBI hands.

Make sure you file a claim. The FBI link is there. It doesn’t do any good posting on the forum without filing a claim. It is free so go ahead and file a claim.

StopTheScammers
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They are back! They have an “Ambis Refund International LLC” Facebook page and their website name is same as before except with “.ltd” and UK registration. I guess they decided Bitcoin prices went back up and it’s probably easier to scam from the UK. Hopefully FBI/SEC/FTC, or whomever, is following up because this is ridiculous.

StopTheScammers
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I got scammed too, lost about $500 on Trady and about another $1500 on Ambis. Worst feeling in the world to be completely suckered twice within two weeks. If you lost money on any of these “investment” sites, please report them using the links below as soon as possible. It is very important that you file a complaint and not stay silent. Ambis especially since it is registered in the US jurisdiction. This is important because it is likely that the same group of scammers run site after site scamming more and more people with the same methods. They are… Read more »
StopTheScammers
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Please Google “FBI Tips and Public Leads” and “Internet Crime Complaint Center IC3” to find the online complaint forms. File a complaint with FBI either online or in person. You can do this from any country not just the US. Let people know on Facebook as well to contact the FBI. The scammers will be caught anywhere they hide in the world once enough people submit complaints.

DadeZeroCool
Guest

Filed a claim with The Federal Trade Commission this morning They contacted me within two hours and already started the investigation while on the phone with me…

StopTheScammers
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See my update above. They’re back, sort of. Probably because BTC prices started rising to new highs again and naive new investors (like us a month ago) will be trying to get into the Bitcoin craze. You should read my updated post above at the top and update the investigators you were in contact with. The trail has heated up again. Their new name is “Ambis Refund International LLC”. Same group from before by the looks of it, and a new Facebook page came up while the old one disappeared.

Caleb Kulikowski
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keep us informed

StopTheScammers
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Just Google “FBI Tips and Public Leads” and “Internet Crime Complaint Center IC3” to find the online complaint forms.

StopTheScammers
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My comments are being blocked probably because of links, but file a complaint with FBI either online or in person. You can do this from any country not just the US. Let people know on Facebook as well to contact the FBI.

DadeZeroCool
Guest

Ambis is most definitely a scam… They have now dropped the advertised 3.6% profit rate, down to 1%… They have also entirely REMOVED the compounding abilities for active investments… and the icing on their shit cake? They have frozen all active investments by literally removing the withdraw button… What you had in active investments as of 48 hours ago is now locked on their site and will most likely disappear with them as soon as they shut the whole thing down…

Patrick M.
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Ambis needs their fingers jammed into a blender!!!! Give me an address!!! Fucking criminals get broken faces, along with other things!!!!

DadeZeroCool
Guest

AMBIS INTERNATIONAL LLC
919 North Market Street, Suite 425
Wilmington, Delaware 19801

That’s the address listed on their LLC certificate
(number 6358845 if ya wanna check it out)

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