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Daniel Banks - December 16, 2017
Absolutely unacceptable increase from £1.50 for buying £50.00 to £15.00 fees for selling £75.00 bitcoin. Completely unjustified and ridiculous. Increased network traffic does not correlate to that much expenditure in any way shape or form and the provided information does not in any way make it clear that an increase in fees would be that substantial. Avoid using coinify at all costs when buying bitcoin.
Joe - December 14, 2017
The Blockchain and Conify scam. 3% charge? nope! It's a 40% charge. I used the Blockchain wallet and out of ease, I decided I'd just use conify. What a mistake. "There will be a 3% charge", once the order had been finalised and I got my reciept, suddenly there was now also an extra charge of 40% of my money.
Rob - December 13, 2017
Sell order not processed after a whole week. Support not answering. Stay away! I made a 0.5 btc sell on thursday last week. Until now nothing happend. The order has still the status processing. Not one of my mails to the support team was answered. Thats not a trustworthy behavior of a company that has the claim "Trade Bitcoin securely, fast and easy." I'm totaly disappointed. Until now I can only give you the strong advise stay away from them.
Howard - December 12, 2017
Blockchain,com and Coinify seem to be a scam, I read the article in the Guardian and thought the data should be valid, I purchased £100 of Bitcoin through the Blockchain.com company and set up their wallet they purchased the Bitcoin via their partner Coinify and it was deposited in my wallet about 2 x weeks later when it had risen to £179 it mysteriously was transferred out of my account, These companies offer 2nd level authentication which is clearly useless and their customer support is non existent, They finally replied to my complaint saying touch shit.
Nerine - December 11, 2017
Coinify.pro is a total scam. Have now lost £450 because of this. Withdrawals cannot be found on blockchain. The "verify" link always returns a "transaction not found" error message on blockchain.info. Avoid like the plague. Their phone is always engaged too. Horrid. Lesson learned...
Very slown coinify - December 10, 2017
cannot log in because of coinify/ cannot buy/sell or do something
Andrei - December 9, 2017
Very easy registration (especially in comparing with similar sites). Ordered part of bitcoin was delivered in less than half of hour. Many reviewers here reported delays after payments made by bank transfer. I paid with VISA & it was very fast.
Ed - December 9, 2017
blockchain.info and coinify.com steal your money. I sold all my BTCs and I paid a fee to confirm the transaction in 60 minutes. It was confirmed after more than 100 minutes. Coinify sent me a message to get a refund because the transaction was not confirmed at the time they expected. But the refund was less than the money I sent (so they steal BTCs and money). Luckily, I used not so much money. Stay way from this scammers.
Hassan - November 21, 2017
I can't buy more bitcoins Why????? I will have to wait 7 days??? Verifying my transaction with my bank was a legimate one and it takes few minutes for you guys to check it but 7 days???? What's going on??? Order 1004170
Joe - September 27, 2017
Like others, the coins arrived a couple of days after the bank transfer went through.
Myrtsi - May 22, 2017
I purchased Bitcoins with 1000€ from Coinify.com about 6 days ago with bank transfer. Transaction went through, with all necessary details. 4.5 days later, I get very confident my Bitcoins aren't coming, so I decide email Blockchain.info support (which Coinify.com is a partner of and their website links to Blockchain.info support). My first support request account gets suspended with no reason or answer given (probably because of strong use of words, however, that is not a reason to just outright suspend a spending customer. I was a bit angry). Then I created a new support account with a different email address, and this time a sane person answers me, saying that "don't worry, I'll escalate this to Coinify staff". I thought, "YES! Finally." So I began waiting, and almost a day later, I get a message from some Coinify representative, asking for pretty much all my personal details for whatever reason, even though I have already ID'd myself with Blockchain.info (which is a partner of Coinify.com). A few hours later, he replied, telling "this will now be forwarded to the proper authority", and I was just wondering what the heck is happening, what the heck is "competent authority", why do they need all my personal details for what appeared at first to be a simple transaction, they even wanted my hecking bank statement. During this time, I already wrote a negative review here at Trustpilot but removed it since (this is a new one) because someone at Coinify contacted me regarding my purchase and Trustpilot review. Anyway, this person tells that this was "misunderstanding" and are going to process the order today, since I provided them with a trade ID in my Trustpilot review (which I already provided in my bank transactions message field, but apparently, that "did not go through"). At this point, I email the first Coinify support representative that who the heck should I listen to, since now I have 2 different Coinify representatives emailing on my 2 different email accounts, and he just tells me "X is our supervisor and your ticket has just been escalated to her. It is good that she's contacted you. Please stick to her tips." Ok then. Where did the "competent authority" go? Full of heck PR talk this lot is. As of today, (22.05, almost 23.05) I have yet to receive my Bitcoins. I wish I have just purchased Bitcoins from reputable place with a history, what the heck was I thinking? In short: Purchased 1000€ worth of Bitcoins, transaction went throught but didn't receive Bitcoins, had to go through 4 different "representatives" and "supervisors", one told me to heck off, one wanted to escalate this to the "competent authority" (WHAT DOES THAT EVEN HECKING MEAN?) the other two were pretty vague and just gave hecking bad "explanations", but overall were much saner than these other two. Oh yeah, did I mention the first Coinify "representative" was actually 3 different persons emailing me? "Michal" "Hoa" and "Darius_B". This company happily accepted my 1000€, but apparently, there was no "order ID" in the message field (there was, I triple checked it) so I had to myself bother contacting them for them to do anything as if I just ignored the whole thing they would've gotten away with it. Best part? After all this heck, I've not even received my Bitcoins yet, but apparently "it's being processed" 6 days later! What a joy! If I wake up tomorrow and Bitcoins are on my account I am maybe willing to revisit this review.
Myrtsi - May 22, 2017
Almost 6 days have passed and I have yet to receive my bitcoins. I have lost some potential investment opportunities during this time. Blockchain support representative suspended my first support account with no reason given (I suspect it was because of my strong word usage, but that is not a reason to outright suspend a customer without answer or reason). When I asked for support with a second account, they told me they will alert Coinify staff or something along those lines, and I will need to wait another 1-2 business day just for an answer! What a chore. STAY CLEAR OF THIS PLACE AND BLOCKCHAIN.INFO.
Myrtsi - May 22, 2017
Almost 6 days have passed and I have yet to receive my bitcoins. I have lost some potential investment opportunities during this time. Blockchain support representative suspended my first support account with no reason given. When I asked for support with a second account, they told me they will alert Coinify staff or something along those lines, and I will need to wait another 1-2 business day just for an answer! What a chore. STAY CLEAR OF THIS PLACE AND BLOCKCHAIN.INFO.