✔️ Information reviewed and updated in May 2024 by Pedro Martínez González

In this section we will tell you why You should NOT invest in Everest PPC. We analyze the website, we observe every detail and we examine the main characteristics that are taken into account when choosing a good company such as the location, the company to which it belongs, its regulation, its reputation...

A pocas palabras WE DO NOT RECOMMEND IT. Below we will show you essential information about Everest PPC and we will tell you why we reached such a conclusion:

Basic Information

🌐 Websiteeverestppc.com
🏠 Company*mcsoft Limited
RegulatoryNot regulated
📧 Email[email protected]
📈 Leadingown platform
📌 Address27, Old Gloucester Street, LONDON, WC1N 3AX, United Kingdom

⚠️ Everest PPC is owned by mcsoft Limited, the company is located in the United Kingdom, potentially dangerous for its clients due to its lack of regulation and lack of seriousness. Clients are unprotected. The company is located in a very unsafe place, be careful. ⚠️

Account types

Now we move on to analyze the types of accounts offered by Everest PPC, in this case, we observe that it offers 2 different types of accounts:

Account typeMinimum initial deposit
Basic$200
Premium$5000

Information on the web

Everest PPC Website

Everest PPC provides a basic explanation about the financial products it offers, market news and analysis, really not much more than this.

List of phone numbers


+44 78849908

🚫 Final Everest PPC Rating 🚫

Finally, and in a few words, Our recommendation is: DO NOT INVEST WITH Everest PPC.

As we mentioned before, it is a financial company located in a place where you will not have protection from the law in case of being harmed, that is, you will not be able to claim anyone if an unfortunate event occurs such as the sudden loss of your funds or the closure of the company.

In case of problems, it is most likely that the authorities of your country will not be able to do anything. As a client of this company you are unprotected!

Investing with unregulated brokers or brokers based in such countries is very risky. It is best to invest with a regulated broker, based in a serious country.

Updates

Everest PPC News:

Date Update – news
September 2023It is a marketing company that offers services to earn money through EPC, or Earn-per-click.

User Reviews

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What is your opinion? We invite you to collaborate with us and vote. You can also leave a comment about your experience with Everest PPC.

At the end of the review you will find customer comments.


How to Claim Money Scammed by Everest PPC

If what you want is to know how to claim your capital, if you have been scammed, further down in the FAQ section you can find our advice.

How to Report Everest PPC

If you feel dissatisfied with the service provided by the company, and for some reason you want to report it, below, in the FAQ section, you can find the best way to report this company.

FAQs

How can I report Everest PPC?

This depends on where you are, you should go to the financial regulator in your country. Write us a comment on this review and we will help you.

Is Everest PPC a scam – is it scam?

Yes. We believe Everest PPC is Scam. We have received messages from clients who mention not being able to withdraw their capital, this added to other very negative characteristics of the company.

Is Everest PPC reliable?

No. Everest PPC is not reliable, it is a very unsafe company: 1) is based in unsafe countries, 2) has a very bad reputation 3) has a lot of complaints 4) It is a relatively new broker without seniority. These characteristics make the company very unreliable.

How to get money back from Everest PPC?

If you want to know how to recover your capital, you can see it here. We explain in detail the process of recovering money from a scam company, step by step.

Are there (recommended) alternatives to Everest PPC?

Yes, of course there are better and safer options! You can see here the brokers we recommend: ranking of the best brokers.

About the Author: Pedro Martinez Gonzalez

I'll tell you a little about myself! I am a financial analyst and economist with a master's degree in finance.
About my studies: I studied at the University of Salamanca for a Degree in Economics and then did a Master's in Finance in Madrid.
Do you want more information? You can read more about me here in my biography.

11 comments on «Is Everest PPC a scam? Opinions»

  1. Dinko Kurte Reply

    I want to report the company EVEREST PPC (everestppc.com – address 27, OLD GLOUCESTER STREET, LONDON, WC1N 3AX, UNITED KINGDOM), or rather a front, for FRAUD and SCAM.

    Representatives of this company contact you first to offer to invest in digital advertising ads where they bring you profits per view and per click on the supposed campaign. They create an account for you at that web address where you think you see that everything is real, the investment starts with US$100 - and then they bring you profits and ask you to invest more, that is, the money you invest grows: they offer you to invest in another type of “assets” such as cryptocurrency campaigns, auctions of accounts that identify them as “uncollectible” and the launch offer (ICO) of its own EVEREX cryptocurrency. ALWAYS “ADVISED” by a gang of criminals who all call themselves “WEALTH MANAGER” supported with a series of documents that they send you and seek to make everything seem serious and real.

    In my case I invested in marketing and cryptocurrency campaigns and bad debt auctions.

    After having a balance of USD$89,601.- I decided to withdraw, for which they informed me that there is a penalty for breaking the contract and the payment of a commission from a false bank (HSBC in the UK) for a transfer through a guarantee account. Which I paid for a total of approximately US$10,840. After payment to receive the funds in my bank account “the advisors” disappeared, the support account ([email protected]).

    In my last effort I have already made 40 calls between Tuesday, Oct. 31 and today, Thursday, November 02, to Daniel Álvarez ([email protected] – phone +19109541164) to process and report the status of my transfer, without knowing anything at all, having paid 8 hours ago the aforementioned shipping commission of US$4.300.- for an “HSBC bank escrow account” that after the time elapsed is evidently false as this disappears from the map involving an alleged assistant Mathias Mantilla ([email protected].

    Who referred me to Daniel Álvarez?, Michell Ortiz ([email protected] – +44 7456 395051) to whom I paid US$7.700.- dollars for purchasing a non-existent asset (auction) and an additional amount of US$6.500.- dollars for breaking the contract with Everest, who after the payment, disappeared without responding to any call, no email or anything, contact was only resumed when after 1 week I received a call from Daniel Álvarez informing him that he was aware of a transfer that he had to execute. I should mention that during the false breakup process, they involve a character who presents himself as “prosecutor” Rivadeneira who informs that he must validate the breakup operation to ensure that it complies with stock market legislation (in the USA).

    Who referred me to Michelle Ortiz?, Vanessa Mendoza ([email protected] – +447537127825)), with whom I had invested in a cryptocurrency campaign, after requesting the closure of my account, presenting it as a finance person and also validating the “prosecutor”.

    Who referred me to Vanessa Mendoza? Alejandra Paz (alejandra.paz@everestppc) – +1289 409 6299) who offered me to invest in a cryptocurrency diversification campaign investing close to US$1.000.-) And then she offered me to invest as selected in an ICO of the supposed EVEREST crypto currency that they call EVX. Since I didn't invest, he referred me to Vanessa Mendoza.

    I exhausted all instances with each of them and sent countless emails to [email protected] Without a response, I trusted and was scammed. All that remains is to report them through a campaign through all media (RRSS, website, regulators, complaint pages, etc.) for SCAM AND FRAUD, revealing their deceptions, the pattern and the method, their names and everything that serves to prevent these criminals from continuing to operate.

    Thank you, Dinko Kurte, Scammed by a gang organized under a cover named Everest PPC Account ID #4**342

    • Recommended-brokers.com Reply

      Hi Dinko, thanks for writing about Everest PPC. Currently this broker is considered a SCAM.

      If you are a client, do not make more contributions, their only objective is to steal from you, they manipulate operations manually, they keep the money from when it reaches their accounts, it does not enter the market, everything is prepared for you to lose or make you lose your money to have the excuse to keep it.

      If you decide to withdraw and they request a ransom in the form of commissions, taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Never pay it! That's the warning, from that moment you have to know that you are a client of a scam broker and no matter how much you pay you will never see your money.

      To help other users or customers, provide as much information as possible, explain how everything happened, where you saw the advertising, who called you, numbers from which you were dialed, emails and everything that comes to mind.

      If you want to recover your money go to our chat or check the form in this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY

      Greetings.

  2. Alexis Reply

    I was scammed .

    Hello, good afternoon, I want to know how much is the commission that Blackchain charges for a transaction of 1 million dollars? These scammers, after I discovered them, still insist that the money is in transit and I must pay a tax of 7 thousand dollars to release the funds... I am 🇨🇱 Chilean, I am super distressed since they scammed me out of 20 million pesos from the Everest company. PPc Alejandra Martinez, Emilia Cervantes... they are the scammers, these ladies still keep insisting to me that this is true. What I do ??

    Atte. Alexis

    • Recommended-brokers.com Reply

      Hello Alexis, it's all a lie and they are only looking to get more money, they want to scam you as much as they can, for them it is a commission of what they manage to get from you with their lies, that's how it is.

      To get your money back, try our chat or this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY, WE HELP YOU

      Greetings.

  3. Julia Figueroa Tapia Reply

    fraud places a lot of money.

    The Everest PPC Company located in London first placed 100 dollars and then they asked me for more at the end I deposited about 35.000 dollars

    • Recommended-brokers.com Reply

      Hi Julia, thanks for writing about Everest PPC. Currently this broker is considered a SCAM.

      If you are a client, do not make more contributions, their only objective is to steal from you, they manipulate operations manually, they keep the money from when it reaches their accounts, it does not enter the market, everything is prepared for you to lose or make you lose your money to have the excuse to keep it.

      If you decide to withdraw and they request a ransom in the form of commissions, taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Never pay it! That's the warning, from that moment you have to know that you are a client of a scam broker and no matter how much you pay you will never see your money.

      To help other users or customers, provide as much information as possible, explain how everything happened, where you saw the advertising, who called you, numbers from which you were dialed, emails and everything that comes to mind.

      If you want to recover your money go to our chat or check the form in this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY

      Greetings.

    • Dinko Kurte Reply

      I want to report the company EVEREST PPC (everestppc.com – address 27, OLD GLOUCESTER STREET, LONDON, WC1N 3AX, UNITED KINGDOM), or rather a front, for FRAUD and SCAM.

      Representatives of this company contact you first to offer to invest in digital advertising ads where they bring you profits per view and per click on the supposed campaign. They create an account for you at that web address where you think you see that everything is real, the investment starts with US$100 - and then they bring you profits and ask you to invest more, that is, the money you invest grows: they offer you to invest in another type of “assets” such as cryptocurrency campaigns, auctions of accounts that identify them as “uncollectible” and the launch offer (ICO) of its own EVEREX cryptocurrency. ALWAYS “ADVISED” by a gang of criminals who all call themselves “WEALTH MANAGER” supported with a series of documents that they send you and seek to make everything seem serious and real.

      In my case I invested in marketing and cryptocurrency campaigns and bad debt auctions.

      After having a balance of USD$89,601.- I decided to withdraw, for which they informed me that there is a penalty for breaking the contract and the payment of a commission from a false bank (HSBC in the UK) for a transfer through a guarantee account. Which I paid for a total of approximately US$10,840. After payment to receive the funds in my bank account “the advisors” disappeared, the support account ([email protected]).

      In my last effort I have already made 40 calls between Tuesday, Oct. 31 and today, Thursday, November 02, to Daniel Álvarez ([email protected] – phone +19109541164) to process and report the status of my transfer, without knowing anything at all, having paid 8 hours ago the aforementioned shipping commission of US$4.300.- for an “HSBC bank escrow account” that after the time elapsed is evidently false as this disappears from the map involving an alleged assistant Mathias Mantilla ([email protected].

      Who referred me to Daniel Álvarez?, Michell Ortiz ([email protected] – +44 7456 395051) to whom I paid US$7.700.- dollars for purchasing a non-existent asset (auction) and an additional amount of US$6.500.- dollars for breaking the contract with Everest, who after the payment, disappeared without responding to any call, no email or anything, contact was only resumed when after 1 week I received a call from Daniel Álvarez informing him that he was aware of a transfer that he had to execute. I should mention that during the false breakup process, they involve a character who presents himself as “prosecutor” Rivadeneira who informs that he must validate the breakup operation to ensure that it complies with stock market legislation (in the USA).

      Who referred me to Michelle Ortiz?, Vanessa Mendoza ([email protected] – +447537127825)), with whom I had invested in a cryptocurrency campaign, after requesting the closure of my account, presenting it as a finance person and also validating the “prosecutor”.

      Who referred me to Vanessa Mendoza? Alejandra Paz (alejandra.paz@everestppc) – +1289 409 6299) who offered me to invest in a cryptocurrency diversification campaign investing close to US$1.000.-) And then she offered me to invest as selected in an ICO of the supposed EVEREST crypto currency that they call EVX. Since I didn't invest, he referred me to Vanessa Mendoza.

      I exhausted all instances with each of them and sent countless emails to [email protected] Without a response, I trusted and was scammed. All that remains is to report them through a campaign through all media (RRSS, website, regulators, complaint pages, etc.) for SCAM AND FRAUD, revealing their deceptions, the pattern and the method, their names and everything that serves to prevent these criminals from continuing to operate.

      Thank you, Dinko Kurte ([email protected] / +569 7699 4328), Scammed by a gang organized under a cover named Everest PPC Account ID #427342

  4. Erick Reply

    Hello, my contribution is to prevent many others from falling into their scam from the EVEREST PPC company, they called me to offer me the digital marketing service, at first they only asked me for 90 dls “for promotion” and they would complete the rest so that I could invest 100 dls .
    After 7 days of investment in a free market campaign, I “earned” 29dls and they deposited it to me through a bito walett, after almost a week I invested 758dls in another 20-day campaign, which I obtained a profit of 238 by finishing the campaign and they only authorized me to withdraw 300 dollars, in the same way the withdrawal was through bitso, the rest of the money was saved for the next investment, which was the purchase of a supposed cryptocurrency that they even give you an exam to be able to acquire the lot of the crypto at .01 cent.
    The purchase of the lot was made, it was a total of 4,691dls, and after the purchase about a week and a half the advisor did not answer me, after that he contacted me to be able to sell a part of the lot of the cryptos and If it was supposedly done,
    It's almost a month since the sale of the crypto lot and the advisor does not answer me, on the page in the "help center", they do not answer, I cannot have my invested money, since on the page they allow you take out the money, but no one answers, neither the advisor, nor the company, nor the supposed buyer to whom I sold part of the lot.

    They pretend to be your friends, they generate a lot of trust and once they have taken what they could from you, they no longer answer, they leave you drugged with many debts and they even send you supposed files that prove the acquisitions of investments, don't fall for it.

    • Recommended-brokers.com Reply

      Hi Erick, thanks for writing about Everest PPC. Currently this broker is considered a SCAM.

      If you are a client, do not make more contributions, their only objective is to steal from you, they manipulate operations manually, they keep the money from when it reaches their accounts, it does not enter the market, everything is prepared for you to lose or make you lose your money to have the excuse to keep it.

      If you decide to withdraw and they request a ransom in the form of commissions, taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Never pay it! That's the warning, from that moment you have to know that you are a client of a scam broker and no matter how much you pay you will never see your money.

      To help other users or customers, provide as much information as possible, explain how everything happened, where you saw the advertising, who called you, numbers from which you were dialed, emails and everything that comes to mind.

      If you want to recover your money go to our chat or check the form in this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY

      Greetings.

  5. Angel Reply

    This company is a hoax. My husband was scammed, don't do it, you'll thank me later. Greetings.

    • Recommended-brokers.com Reply

      Hello Angel, thanks for writing about Everest PPC. Currently this broker is considered a SCAM.

      If you are a client, do not make more contributions, their only objective is to steal from you, they manipulate operations manually, they keep the money from when it reaches their accounts, it does not enter the market, everything is prepared for you to lose or make you lose your money to have the excuse to keep it.

      If you decide to withdraw and they request a ransom in the form of commissions, taxes, fees, legalizations, etc. Never pay it! That's the warning, from that moment you have to know that you are a client of a scam broker and no matter how much you pay you will never see your money.

      To help other users or customers, provide as much information as possible, explain how everything happened, where you saw the advertising, who called you, numbers from which you were dialed, emails and everything that comes to mind.

      If you want to recover your money go to our chat or check the form in this link: CLAIM YOUR MONEY

      Greetings.

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