Website Review : SCAM or LEGIT?

Op.farm Review SCAM or Legit?

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Op.farm Review SCAM or Legit?

Summary

User management: Web
Company transparency/support: Non-legitimate company
Payment options: BTCPay & PayPal
Reward type/share/pool: NA
Cost electric power per TH/day (btc): NA
Contract price per Th/year (btc): $140 USD per TH/s for 1-year
Earning return: 208% on Yearly Basis

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Status: SCAM

pros

  • No maintenance fee
  • Multiple cryptocurrencies to choose from for mining

cons

  • Limited public information about the company
  • Doesn’t offer Bitcoin mining
  • Poorly written content on website
  • No card payments available

Company:

As per the website, Operation Phoenix is the name of the company behind the OP.farm website. They are a cloud mining company and claim to have customers around the world. Additionally, they have mentioned that their cloud mining services are powered by green initiatives. 

Products:

Op.farm is a poorly made website. It has badly written content and poor graphics too. The company has done the bare minimum with their website. Overall, it is not at all a user-friendly site.

None of the mining contracts at Op.farm are linked to any specific cryptocurrency. Instead, users receive computation units when they buy a plan from them. Users can assign these C-Units (as they call them) to the cryptocurrency of their choice.  

They have four plans to offer at the moment. Their 1-month plan is priced at $12 for 1 C-Unit, the 1-year plan is priced at $140 for 1 C-Unit, 2 years plan is priced at $260 for 1 C-Unit, and the 4-year plan is priced at $475 for 1 C-unit. 

A user can choose to mine any of the following cryptocurrencies:

Conclusion 

Op.farm has many issues that make it clear that they cannot be trusted. The website content is poorly written and the company has also not provided their office address or ownership details there. None of their employees have a LinkedIn profile and neither their owners have made any details about themself public. 

Their website was registered in March 2020 and is expected to expire in March 2021. It is a ponzi scam and it is better to stay away from this company. Our verdict is that Op.farm is a scam. 

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