Align Assets Review: Fake Trading Ponzi Investment Scam

Update: Align Assets is officially dead.

Align Assets declares bankruptcy

If you are wondering whether Align Assets is legit or not, then you are in the right place.

In this Align Assets review, I will tell you the dangers of investing on this platform.

Moreover, I will discuss why you’ll be penalized if you continue to promote this scheme.

So keep reading.

What is Align Assets

Align Assets claims it is a decentralized trading platform. It says it is not managed by any individual or group. It asserts that its system is from the UK and is designed so that you can put your assets in their trading bot.

Align Assets provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.

Align Assets website domain “alignassets.net” was privately registered on May 16th, 2020. It was last updated on March 3rd, 2021.

The SEC says the trading platform is based in the United Kingdom. However, as of this writing, most of its traffic is coming from the Philippines.

My friendly advice.

If the platform does not disclose who is running or owns it, think a thousand times before giving over any money.

Align Assets Products

Align Assets has no retailable products or services. Affiliates are only able to market the income opportunity itself.

Compensation Plan

Align Assets converts investment to digital currency or Bitcoin for trading. It provides investors with a guaranteed 3% Return of Investment (ROI) every working day or an extraordinary150% profit in 50 working days in every trading asset.

Furthermore, there is an additional 5% for Direct Referrals under the investor’s name and 0.5% for Indirect Referrals.

Align Assets Review Legit or Scam

Align Assets Fake Bot Trading Platform

There aren’t enough details you can find in the dashboard. I have seen this type of script from various platforms I have reviewed. If you expect to see live trades from bots here, you’ll be disappointed.

What you’ll find there are simple records of your funds including investments, withdrawals, and income. Plus, a free widget from CryptoCompare.

Align Assets Review Legit or Scam Dashboard

Obviously, that isn’t a bot trading platform.

SEC Fraud Warning

On March 25th, 2021, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the Philippines issued an advisory to the public against investing in Align Assets.

The government regulator says the subject entity is not registered as a corporation or a partnership neither it has secured a license to sell investments to the public.

Moreover, Align Assets is not among the registered companies engaged in the trading of digital assets as required by the Central Bank of the Philippines.

Furthermore, the platform is not among the authorized crowdfunding company.

In addition, the SEC reminds the public to exercise due diligence before making investment decisions. It says:

“Thus, we always remind the public to be cautious in investing and to make investment decisions wisely:

  1. By conducting due diligence as to the actual operation of the company offering the investment to determine the primary sources of its income;
  2. Avoiding investments offering unrealistic returns; and
  3. By taking into consideration the compliance with the applicable laws.”

Is Align Assets Legit or Scam?

Align Assets is a scam. It’s a Ponzi scheme and sells unregistered investment to the public. It is not authorized by the central bank to engaged in digital assets neither it is authorized as a crowdfunding company.

The fact that the SEC flagged their operation as illegal should alert you not to invest in this scheme. Moreover, I can’t find evidence that it is using a real bot trading platform.

Hence, profits promised to earlier members are taken from the payment of new investors; a typical characteristic of a Ponzi scheme.

Penalty for Promoting Align Assets

If you continue to promote this scheme despite the SEC advisory, you can be penalized or jailed, or both. The regulator says:

“Those who act as salesmen, brokers, dealers or agents of ALIGN ASSETS in selling or convincing people to invest in the investment scheme being offered by this entity including solicitations and recruitment through the internet may likewise be prosecuted and held criminally liable under Section 28 of the SRC and penalized with a maximum fine of Five Million pesos (P5,000,000.00)or penalty of Twenty-one (21) years of imprisonment or both pursuant to Section 73 of the SRC.”

Align Assets Review Conclusion

We recommend you avoid Align Assets because it is an investment scam and a Ponzi scheme. It has not complied with the requirements set forth under Philippine laws and regulations on investments and digital assets.

Profits from this platform were taken from the investments of new members. When fresh investments are no longer coming in, this scheme will eventually fall.

Only the founder (who is anonymous) and the top promoters will make money in this scheme at the expense of the gullible investors.

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24 thoughts on “Align Assets Review: Fake Trading Ponzi Investment Scam”

  1. I don’t think it is a scam…for several months we had no problem getting our payouts….it helped us financially. We had this problem onlywhen tge government entered 🙁

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    • They have just declared “bankruptcy” today on their website. You can see from the site today that they said “The Youtube Vloggers and Government Issue are the main reason of low incoming sales.” This doesn’t make sense if they are really a crypto trading platform. Because if they are, they should not be affected by fewer people signing up for the platform, since they get their income from trading, as what they are claiming.

      In the first place, government warnings should be taken VERY seriously EVEN when you are generating income because the government implements the rules. If one business is warned by the government, SEC in this particular case, this is a big red flag to stop investing in this company.

      Everyone was warned as early as a month ago NOT to invest in this company because they are not registered, but many people did not listen because you claim it to be a legitimate business, just because you were able to receive some of your payouts.

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  2. Kahit ano pa paninira nyo. Di nyo matatanggi ang katotohanan na sa AA di lugi ang ng iinvest dahil ung 3% ROI Na com plan nila nabibigay at na wiwithdraw pa. Mga utak talangka talaga.imbes tulungan na lng yung kapwa pinoy eh dinidiin pa.!

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  3. So far I’ve received my 3%daily and have had no problems when asking for my payout.

    Maybe you are just writing a biased article.

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  4. May business ka pero naninira ka ng negosyo ng ibang tao kawawa ka naman nag effort ka pa talaga na itype lahat yan and where is your referrence? As long as nagpapayout sila weekly walang scam dun 😂 utak mo may ubo

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  5. Can you review Taskpays? Recruitment is ongoing on the ground. I am worried that it may victimized a lot of poor pinoys

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  6. These are all true.. they also use pictures of famous people (Aditi Prasads, Tonye Patrick Cole and Yoenmi Park) they change their names and make them as their grand upline or coach to mislead people. They also use models in placeit.net, a mock up generator where you can costumize your own designs of t-shirt, mugs, hoodies etc. they choose a specific model inside this application and make them as their fake members abroad to convince people that Align Assets is indeed worldwide. They even use the name of Ayala and Zobel claiming that they are one of their top investors. This scampany are all lies and deceits..

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