AdCode and Adsbanc review – new ULTRA scam

In this Adcode review you will learn the details of this scam that is connected to Adsbanc.

What Adcode is about

Adcode reviewAdcode is supposed to be a method to make money thanks to online advertising. The guy behind it is called Rob Goldman and he says that he found a loophole that will allow you to make $5000 per day passively thanks to his method.

Perhaps the most intriguing thing about AdCode is that it is free. So, can you become a millionaire within one year doing nothing?

Adcode scam

We hope that the last question made clear the absurdity of Adcode. Of course that nobody will make you a millionaire for free, AdCode is a scam!

To make money in online advertising, you have to have a website or websites that have visitors and that is attractive to advertisers. Then they will buy space on your site to place their ads, that’s how you can make money.

But you cannot buy banners that will make you money like Adcode suggests, it is a total nonsense, what would you do with banners? Banners are created by advertisers who then buy space on websites to place them.

Rob Goldman scammer

Rob Goldman scammerThe alleged creator of Adcode Rob Goldman is a typical scammer. Or, to be more precise, he is a fictitious character created by scammers for their story.

For that purpose they have stolen photos from a travel blog that belongs to a guy named Nick Wharton and his wife, you will find a proof on our picture. These people have nothing to do with this scam.

Adcode testimonials

Adcode testimonialsThe Adcode’s video features testimonials and review from people who claim to be real users who have made money thanks to this system.

But all these people are liars, paid actors who are willing to say any lie for money. Look at our picture, this woman is a paid actress and she has supported other investment scams in the past.

Adsbanc – how it works

Adsbanc scamAdcode is in reality just a marketing tool designed to send you do Adsbanc. This is where the fraud happens, this is the site that will take your money and keep it.

We analyzed the website and it is clear that Adsbanc is a scam. Just look at the fake testimonials and reviews, some of them are from last year, meanwhile this service was created only in March this year. So, they could not have any clients last year!

Adsbanc reviewAdsbanc will show you a fancy interface, it will even let you create your virtual ads campaigns. All this to make you deposit and lose money.

Recently we have seen many scams of this kind in the advertisement industry. They all tell the same ridiculous story about making money by buying banners.

The reality is that companies they mention don’t even know about these scams, they certainly don’t advertise with them.

Adcode review conclusion

Adcode is a scam that will push you to deposit with the Adsbanc scam. Once you send them your money, it will be over, you will never get anything back. Stay away from it!

You cannot invest in banners, it is impossible, you can invest in stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies, currencies and other asset. See a free demo with a regulated broker.

Never believe anybody who says that that they will make you thousands of dollars per day for free. Investing is risky, you can make, but also lose money, results are not guaranteed.

Adcode & Adsbanc

250 USD








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Comments 21

  • Yes total scam, try to call you and make you deposit money or take loans. Just a shitty site with shitty People. Really hope the police locks these people away for the rest of there lives.

  • Yes totally agree with you this is a big scam very convincing on the phone very nice very polite but it’s a scam they owe me $21,000 they’re not going to pay me I invested 6000 English pounds I’m going to get ripped we got to take him back we got a sket the scumbags locked up find it where they live and go and pay him a visit

  • I got a phone call tonight asking me to go set up the account then then got me too go into the platform and it said all the prices lowest was $250she told me to go on PayPal and put $250 from pay pal. I knew something wasn’t right and i hung up on her. Then I went and looked up the reviews for thrm glad I hung up. Had no intentions of giving away $250. But they do seem very attractive the way they tell u that u need to do nothing after giving this money away. Just had a feeling it was a scam.

  • Has any of you managed to retrieve your investments from assbanc?

    • No, that was my investment gone. They keep promising to give my money back. I had their staff ringing and asking me several times why I want to withdraw my money. I gave them an answer and they kept asking me for more answers. In other words, my money is gone and those morons have feasted not just on mine but on other’s investments too. Beware of this company, they are scammers. The minute you release your money it is a “goodbye”. You will never see it again.

  • I was phone from Scott Binnings in Adsbanc and he said that they had found my lost money from Kaya FX and I said I need proof that they had the money so he send me a mail translait to swedish that I had 135.000 skr to get from them. After a week Scott email me and said that somethings wrong with the transfer and after that not a word. I have deposit 800 euro for the cost to find my money.

  • Poor you getting scammed twice, these people are scum!

  • I totally concur that these people are the scum of the earth. Come across all nice and cosy but do not, will not act in your interests at all. And if you try to make a withdrawal – forget it! I put $200 into it, and it would appear that I won’t get that back. When I tried to contact, the email address had been cancelled as had the phone number and they won’t get back to you, no matter how many tickets you set up via the chat on the website. I guess my refusal to put any more money into it (because I had none!) did not sit well with them. I’ll be reporting to scamwatch and to PayPal as well – they brag that they can’t be a scam because PayPal has given them the green light! I hope PayPal puts an end to their scheming.

  • Started two months ago. Small amounts and Then more and more. To make a long story short. We invested more than 100.000 euro. The first withdrawal went ok. Then we invested again in their marketing campaigns , they do not exist all fake and they manipulate the data and clicks. We lost more than €100.000. Reported to the police etc. DO NOT do business with ADS banc it is big scam.

  • Reported to the police in Holland.we have been set up and lost 100 k euro . They are difficult to tracé. They are scam.
    Keep you posted

  • Still waiting from reply from the police. We do not expect any money back. But just to warm you. Thanks

  • I have been a victim to them as well, they promise me my redrawer will be approved, and they had my €6500. I will advise anyone not to get involved in this scammers, they all lies.

  • Dear all,
    We have all been conned by Adsbanc. All lost a lot of money. Can we do something together? They started in England, or English speaking countries. They have now spread to Europe.
    Let me know If you have any ideas.
    Lesley from Holland

  • Ps Lesley check out the Trust Pilot UK review website…loads of folks have been ripped.
    Evil scam scum

  • Hi’ I’m glad checked out your reviews, I’ve got them on my case. If they call again I’ll give them some verbal for you all !
    Regards Dave.

  • hello,

    Adsbanc holding my money 800 euros how could I get my money back. My name is sem email address is Please advise

  • They are still active. Be careful with your money.
    We have lost 108K
    Wacht out for a Polish bank account .
    Your money will disappear.

  • To all,
    You will never get your money back. Try to ask your Bank of they are able to ask the foreign bank to send your money back because of fraud. It takes a long time. Your money has been transfered to an account in Afrika ? You wlll never see it again .

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