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Gainzer.co Review SCAM or Paying?  

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(classified as HYIP)

"Poor in terms of usability and functionality besides its a regular HYIP"


  • None


  • Offers unrealistic returns 
  • Very limited information

Disclaimer: This site is a category HYIP (high-yield investment program) and will pay only for a certain time. As for all HYIP websites, this can change any moment and we need to stress to you that deposit to such sites is not recommended unless you like to gamble with your money at your own risk.

Red-Flag Score

  • Company registration: Y
  • Address: Y
  • People identity: Y
  • Script/code: Y
  • Design: Y
  • Profit return: Y
  • Onsite statistic process: Y
  • Payment processors: Y
  • Video/Images of facilities: N
  • Registered on HYIP Monitors: Y




Following information is mentioned on the website of  Gainzer:

"Broadly defined, high-frequency trading refers to automated, electronic systems that use complex algorithms (strings of coded instructions for computers) to buy and sell much faster and at much greater scale than any human could do. Our system is designed to make just a tiny profit on each transaction, but through sheer speed and volume, we generate large returns. Hence, we don’t risk a lot but we do profit a lot."

The only information provided by Gainzer is mentioned above. There is no valuable information from them about their owners or key personnel. They have not even mentioned anything about their company registration.

Investment Plans

Gainzer offers four plans to its customers and these are:


  • 32.5% Profit For 10 hours
  • Min: $1
  • Max: $5,000


  • 1200% Profit After 1 day
  • Min: $10
  • Max: $5,000


  • 5500% Profit After 2 days
  • Min: $10
  • Max: $5,000


  • 15200% Profit After 3 days
  • Min: $10
  • Max: $5,000


Gainzer does the bare minimum when it comes to providing information about them. They should have known that when it comes to offering investment-related services, providing every bit of information about the company & founders is a must. Otherwise, why would anyone put their hard-earned money in investment plans of any Tom, Dick, and Harry? It doesn't make sense. 

The website of Gainzer is also quite basic and does not really provide much value. It is poor in terms of usability and functionality. Everything about their website screams that they are nothing but a scam. We did not find even an iota of information about the company in the public domain during our research for Gainzer review. 

We reviewed and rated Gainzer.co as per our red flag score metrics and it failed at almost every criteria (9/10). This proves that Gainzer.co that is a scam. If you are still looking to invest in one of their plans then make sure that you only invest what you can afford to lose. Our rating for Gainzer.co is 0.5 out of 5.0 

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