Empic Review: Don’t invest in this HYIP Scam

 Empic’s Customized HYIP Ponzi Scheme Unveiled

Upon delving into Empic’s operations, glaring issues emerge that cast doubt on its legitimacy.

The company’s website fails to provide any verifiable ownership or executive information, raising significant concerns about its transparency and credibility.

Interestingly, a puzzling contradiction arises within the information presented.

While Empic’s website designates Isaac Hoffman Y. as the “CEO & Shareholder,” an official YouTube channel linked to the company names “Jorg K. Kottenbrink” as the CEO.

However, upon closer examination, it becomes evident that the persona of Jorg K. Kottenbrink is merely a fabricated identity represented by a man accompanied by a dubbed-over robotic voice.

This deceptive practice is a common tactic employed by non-native English speaking scammers.

Unveiling the truth behind these elusive identities, it becomes apparent that neither Isaac Hoffman nor Jorg Kottenbrink is a real person.

Shockingly, the scammers behind Empic have brazenly stolen footage of Urban Angehrn, the legitimate CEO of the Austrian financial regulator FINMA.

In a blatant display of fraudulence, Empic has doctored a video featuring Angehrn and manipulated his voice using a robo-voice overlay.

The altered video fails to align Angehrn’s words with the dubbed-over robotic voice, and there is a conspicuous absence of any mention of Empic within his speech.

Intriguingly, the specific video that Empic has tampered with dates back to 2020 and features Urban Angehrn in his capacity as the Group Chief Investment Officer of Zurich Insurance Group.

This deceitful act further highlights the audacious lengths to which Empic’s scammers have gone to create an illusion of legitimacy.

Empic’s YouTube channel features two additional videos.

The first, a tutorial, is tainted by a robotic dubbing overlay, as is the second video showcasing a rented office and actors posing as executives.

This modus operandi of employing actors to impersonate CEOs and rented office spaces is a hallmark of Russian scam operations.

Delving into Empic’s web domain, “empic.ltd,” reveals that it was privately registered on March 12th, 2023.

This concealment of ownership raises substantial red flags, consistent with MLM companies that fail to be transparent about their leadership and ownership structure.

Any prospective investor should exercise caution and thoroughly evaluate their decision before entrusting money to such an organization.

Upon scrutinizing Empic’s product offerings, a glaring absence of retailable products or services becomes apparent.

Instead, affiliates are limited to promoting Empic’s affiliate memberships, a practice that is characteristic of pyramid schemes.

Empic’s compensation plan revolves around cryptocurrency investments, promising alluring returns to participants.

The plan encompasses various tiers, each offering different returns based on the investment amount.

From the Epic Gold Plan, which pledges 1.7% daily returns for six days, to the Compounding Plan, boasting 2.2% daily returns over a span of 20 days, the scheme entices potential investors with unrealistic profits.

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Empic MLM and Marketing strategy.

Empic follows a referral commission structure, offering affiliates a 6% commission on cryptocurrency investments made by recruits down two levels of recruitment.

This pyramid-like structure underlines the emphasis on recruiting new members to sustain the scheme’s growth.

Prospective participants should be aware that Empic affiliates can join for free, but full engagement in the income opportunity necessitates a minimum investment of $200.

Empic actively encourages investments in various cryptocurrencies, which further compounds the speculative nature of the scheme.

Empic Review: This is a complete Fraud

In conclusion, a closer examination of Empic’s website source code reveals a connection to “HYIP Customize,” a platform that markets Ponzi templates, scripts, and assorted elements such as banners and logos.


The apparent affiliation with “HYIP Customize” indicates that Empic may be utilizing a predesigned Ponzi template to operate its fraudulent scheme.

It is evident that Empic’s entire facade is built on deception.

Its website, promises of extravagant returns, and questionable affiliations underscore its status as a simple crypto Ponzi scheme, employing a generic template to lure unsuspecting investors.

The inherent flaw in Ponzi schemes lies in their unsustainable nature.

As recruitment dwindles, so does new investment, inevitably leading to a collapse in revenue generation.

Sadly, the majority of participants are destined to lose their investments, as the mathematics governing Ponzi schemes guarantee a bleak outcome.


In light of these revelations, it is imperative for individuals to exercise caution, conduct thorough research, and avoid falling victim to the allure of unsustainable schemes like Empic.

Editor at FraudWatchAi

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