User Management/Design: Basic
Company transparency: Not transparent
Site Security: SSL
Deposit options: BTC
Withdrawal: Processed instantly
Investment: Starts at $100
User Review( votes)
(classified as HYIP)
- Limited information about the company and its business operations
- Only BTC payments available
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.
PGI Global’s full name is Praetorian Group International and it is an MLM company with a Crypto-based niche. The company’s operations are overseen by Ramil Ventura Palafox. He is known as RV Palafox on the website of PGI Global and its marketing brochures.
We also found a 2018 press release and it cited that Palafox is the AI Trade’s president. Have you heard about AI Trade? Well, it is a Ponzi scheme and its face was none other than Mark Davis. He is currently reported to be working with PGI Global as VP and COO. Palafox’s bad deeds do not stop at AI Trade alone as we found his name associated with many other similar Ponzi schemes.
The current base of Palafox is the Philippines and Mark Davis is based in Australia. If you check out the locations from where the PGI Global’s FB page is maintained, you will get to know that it is maintained from Australia and the Philippines.
Straightforwardly speaking, PGI Global doesn’t have any product. The only thing they sell is their worthless “So-Called” affiliate membership.
They claim to offer a 200% ROI to the investors who invest in their bitcoins plans. The investment range is as following:
#1. Sapphire Plan
Min-Max Investment: $100 to $500
#2. Ruby Plan
Min-Max Investment: $1000 to $10000
#3. Emerald Plan
Min-Max Investment: $20000 to $100000
#4. Diamond Plan
Min-Max Investment: $500,000 or above
The company also claims that investors keep earning more after reaching a 200% ROI. To continue earning returns, they must reinvest.
Poorly designed website, no business model, and unrealistic returns are the major factors that make it clear – PGI Global is a scam and nothing else. They are here to cheat gullible investors and get away with the money. You must have already read that the founder of PGI Global has a history of similar scams. There’s no doubt that Pgiglobal.trade is a scam.
Our rating for PGI Global is 0.5 out of 5.0. Stay away from PGI Global if you don’t want to get scammed.