Russia Oil Miners Company – for real?

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rocm webWhat: Russia Oil Miners Company
Where: https://russia-oilminers.com
How much: $1 – $10 000
Who’s behind: Unknown
Company registration: Unknown

Refund: No Free to try? No


What is Russia Oil Miners Company?


Russia Oil Miners Company (ROMC) seems very similar to a company I reviewed a while ago that claimed to be the leader in the oil industry. That company was called US Miners Company it did not go very well for them after I warned about them in my review.

Just like US Miners Company, ROMC writes on their website that they are the leaders in the Oil (Petroleum) industry and “the world largest publicly traded petroleum company”.

Shouldn’t we have heard about them then?

The biggest Russian oil company’s I heard of is Gazprom and Rosneft but it’s easy to verify if I remember right, so let’s do that!

According to Wikipedia, the largest oil and gas companies are the ones listed here:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_oil_and_gas_companies_by_revenue

…and there we can see that ROMC is NOWHERE to be found but the Russian based Lukoil, Gazprom, and Rosneft are there. If we read more about Rosneft on Wikipedia we can read that “After acquiring OJSC TNK-BP in 2013, then one of the largest oil companies of Russia, Rosneft became the world’s largest publicly traded petroleum company”

So the statements in the first sentence on the website of ROMC is false! Not a good start!

Even if that was true you can’t but wonder why a company that is the world largest publicly traded petroleum company should seek or solicit for investment capital or funds of any kind online via payment processors (like Payeer) and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Litecoin? Incredibly unlikely when they can get almost every investment they need through the regular financial markets.

After looking into this business I would define it as a fraud that’s disguised in an MLM investment suite

rocm whoisIf you look up the domain you can see that it was registered through NameCheap, Inc. (a domain register company) and created on 2018-07-23. The domain has been paid to 2019-07-23, so it’s only been paid a year ahead. That could be an indication that the owner doesn’t count on the business to last for a long time but we need to learn more to draw any conclusion.

The website is registered for WhoisGuard, Inc. which is a Panama based company that offers services to hide the real information on who is behind the website. They place their own information in the public domain information and often forward emails and letters to the company or person behind.

If you scroll down to the bottom of the page or click on the tab “Contact Us” on the website you can see this address:

Street: 26/1, Sofiyskaya Embankment
City: Moscow
Postal Code: 117997
Country: Russian Federation
Phone: +7 (499) 517-88-39

Fax: +7 (499) 517-72-95

Email: info@russia-oilmers.com

Guess what happens if we search for that address?

The company that I mentioned above that is the largest publicly traded petroleum company appears – Rosneft! If we also look at the street view pictures we can see that it definitely is Rosnefts own building:

rocm office

It always important to look up the owners and leaders in a business before you join or/and pay any money but there is no information on who’s behind and the only picture of any persons is one without any names:

rocm people

Wait a minute here…I did see some similar faces at Rosneft website…look at this news:

Rosneft people

Do you think we can find any more similarities with Rosneft?

Well if you look at the last subsection of text on their “About” webpage you can see that they didn’t even bother to change the Rosneft name from the text:

rocm export

Just like the previous fraud “US Miners” that I reviewed a couple of month ago Russian Oil Miners Company are also using  unauthorized photos and manipulated texts from large real oil companies to lure people to invest in their investment plans.

There is a Youtube video on the front page from the Russian channel “RT Documentary” (RTD, styled as RTД) that has the label “Cold Rush. Drilling For Oil Amid Arctic”.

rocm video

It’s an interesting video but it has NOTHING to do with ROMC instead it’s about the Prirazlomnoye oil platform that’s owned by Gazprom. It drills in the Arctic Prirazlomnoye oil field and is the first Arctic-class ice-resistant oil platform in the world.

When a looked at the website I tried to find a Privacy Policy or some Terms of Service (TOS) but they were nowhere to be found. However, there are some interesting statistics on the website:

rocm stat

Look at those numbers! The total users withdrawn is $879 128 856.14 and that would be 879 million dollar…do I need to say more?

Another thing to look up is the “Alexa rank” that gives you a rough idea of how popular the site is and how it trends. This website does not have enough traffic data to see the trend but you can see the global rank. The ideal situation is a high or very high rank that’s stable and that’s showing that the site has been active for a long or very long time.

rocm alexa

It’s important what you think and I really want to help people, like you, and that’s why your very welcome to comment below this review if you have anything to say about Russia Oil Miners Company, both good and bad. I will not delete any comment (except spam, hate message etc.) so you can see that this is an honest review. I will respond to comments as fast as I can.

What does it look like?


If you register on the website and log in you will see the page below where you have different menus and some status of your balance, earnings etc. Down below you will also see your “referral link” with which you promote this business to others.

rocm login

What do you have to pay?

For each investment “package” there is an investment cost between $1 and up to $10 000 per package!

This is without mentioning transaction and exchange fees, taxes etc.

You can read on the homepage that ROMC is offering the following payment options:

  • Payeer
  • Perfect Money (PM)
  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)

The last three options are payments with a cryptocurrency and it means that you have close to ZERO CHANCE to get your money back if something goes wrong and you have paid with that currency.

What do you get for the money you put in?


ROMC is promoting different types of investment packages that are priced in US dollars and offer extremely high returns on investment (ROI):

The investment package is named “Package A”, “Package B” and so on..:

rocm packs

As you can see the cheapest one requires a minimum deposit of only $1 and offer an ROI of 70% daily for 3 days. The next one requires a minimum deposit of $30 and offer an ROI of 700% after 7 days and so on…The last one is a “VIP Package” that offers 500% after 1 day if you deposit $300.

In case ROMC haven’t some kind of magic sorcery that can turn money out of money there is no chance that they can give you that extremely high ROI…no real company can!

You will also get a placement in the company’s downline so you can promote it to others.

How can you make money?


The compensation is (as usual) based on how much you invest and how good you are at recruiting.

The main way to earn money is supposed to be on the ROI from the money you invest in the different investment plans as shown above. Even if it’s true there is nothing that says that you will earn anything on the investment. An investment position can go up and down and no one can guarantee any fixed return.

The second way to earn money is by referring others to join under you (Sponsorship) and get a percent off their investment (Referral bonus). According to the website, it’s 12%.

As long as there’s nothing that proves that ROMC has any real products and services this business builds on people joining and the way to earn is to recruit others! There is never any guarantees that you earn anything and in this case is also very risky if you consider the lack of real information about this business.

If you manage to recruit you should also consider the bad-will for you if this business fails or turn out to be a fraud.

So…what’s good?


IF the investment part was real AND they were able to generate a profit AND the business was paying, you could have earned money. Remember that even then the claimed ROI is something that the most respected and skilled investors in the world would never be able to accomplish…far from!

IF your good at recruiting others to this business AND the business was paying, you could have earned money, especially if you were in early.

 …and what’s bad?


There is no verifiable information about who’s behind this business and much of the information is misleading. As long as no evidence is provided that this is a real oil company with legit investments there’s really nothing of real value for the member to promote except the membership itself.

If that’s the only thing to promote it will only work as long as new members join and invest money in the business so the owner can pay out to all the existing members.

As always as there are cryptocurrency involved (BTC, Litecoin) it always means that you have NO CHANCE to get your money back if something goes wrong and you have paid with that currency.

VERDICT: Very Dishonest


Score: 1/10

Recommended for: Nobody!Very Dishonest

There is no verifiable information about who’s behind this business and much of the information is misleading. It has no real persons associated with the business and is only using unauthorized photos, videos and manipulated texts to lure people to invest in their extremely high “profit” investment plans.

You probably have zero chance to earn in this business because it’s a fraud but if it was real and you had the chance to earn in this program you still must be good at recruit and get others to pay a minimum of $1 but even then you can’t be sure in any way that you can cash out your money. So it would cost and you can’t be sure to get any real products or services.

Remember that if you join this business that it will not only cost you a lot of money but also a lot of time, like promote and recruit, logging in and out in your back office, read the news, contact support, read in groups etc.

Even more important to think about is that if you think (like me) that this isn’t a very ethical online business you should not support it. You will lose a lot in goodwill and you can destroy your personal brand because there is a good chance that the money goes to owners and leaders that want to deceive the members. I myself will NOT support that!

It seems extremely likely that the creators of the fraud US Miners Company are the same creators of this fraud so expect the same fate for Russian Oil Miners Company.

The result from this review makes me convinced that Russia Oil Miners Company is a fraud and very dishonest. Stay away and be careful if you see some similar online business!

It seems extremely likely that the creators of the fraud US Miners Company are the same creators of this fraud so expect the same fate for Russian Oil Miners Company.

If you would like to leave your personal review or experience of Russia Oil Miners Company or have any questions, please do leave them below. I would love to hear your feedback!

Regards, Jan

20 thoughts on “Russia Oil Miners Company – for real?

  1. Irma

    You have done some excellent detective work!

    Thank you for this very informative post on this “scam” from Russia. I know I should not be surprised, since so many romance scammers come from Russia as well. Too bad, this is very bad publicity.

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi Irma and thanks for you kind words!

      There are so many fraudulent online businesses all over the world that tries to scam people of their money but I’m happy for everyone that read my reviews and found out what I found out.

      Regards, Jan

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  2. Viviana M

    I am really intrigued by this post how you would take the time out to do such extensive research on this company.

    They sound completely dishonest! and honestly, that’s what we need! We need people like you to create more awareness because of the number of people wanting to create a space for themselves and make money online.

    Is there something you would recommend to make a decent living online?

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  3. Jan Post author

    Hi Viviana!

    I happy to hear that you appreciate my work with the review!

    I absolutely agree with you that we need more honestly and frauds like this are actually destroying lifes. There are people that invest all their life saving in these frauds and lose everything.

    Even if you don’t lose all your money on these kind of frauds you will feel terrible and lose all hope of making money online.

    I hope we all can help each others to inform about and stay away from these frauds (or scams/scammers).

    There are thankfully a couple of ways to make honest money online and I recommend affiliate marketing by content creation.

    Why?
    – The number of people that search for help online before a buying decision keep increasing for every day!
    – You can choose to write about something your interested in or passionate about.
    – You learn something new for every content you create.

    To read more about affiliate marketing and the tools I use, read here:
    https://honestwaystoearnonline.com/how-to-earn-honest-money-from-home

    Regards, Jan

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  4. Paul

    Great post. I have never heard about that company and learned quite a bit of information. Thank you for being so honest in your writing.

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  5. Jan

    Hi, Paul and thanks for your comment!

    I really like when someone says that they learned something or got some new information from my posts. It doesn’t matter if it’s just a little new information or a whole new way of thinking…to hear that is so satisfying and thankful!

    Take care!

    Regards, Jan

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  6. Suzanne

    Hi Jan, and thanks for your thorough review.

    I’ve never heard of this particular company, but I’ve had experience with bitcoin scams. These websites have you believing you can make great ROI but only on the back of the poor souls who joined after you.

    The bitcoin one I tried claimed to be mining bitcoin for payouts, but soon discovered that the ROI was only coming from buy-in cash of the people joining. As soon as they had to pay out more members than new ones coming in, it collapsed and everyone lost their investments. Except the owners of course!

    I wish I had known how to research like you did here. You’ve done everyone a great service, thank you.

    Suzanne

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi, Suzanne and thanks for your comment!

      Sorry to hear that you been a victim of Bitcoin scams. The same goes for me!

      Yes, cryptocurrency frauds and scams have been very popular for a couple of years now. It’s not only that it’s popular that attract criminals to use cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin but it’s also the fact that transactions with cryptocurrencies are irreversible and anonymous.

      Mining and ICO (Initial Coin Offer) is popular words to lure people to invest in cryptocurrencies. I don’t say that every mining and ICO offering is a fraud or scam but the majority are!

      …and yes it only goes as long as enough new people join to pay the existing members but there are also frauds that only pays a few ones at the beginning or even no one! The few ones that are paid or often said to promote to others that they got paid to lure other people to join.

      Regards, Jan

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  7. Dare Diamond

    Jan,
    Thank you so much for saving us all! You have just stated some yardsticks to checkout before ever investing in any online company.
    You are a rare gem.
    I however need your advice and recommendations on some personal Issues.
    So would you mind to open your email channel to me?
    Mine is: darediamond “hat’ gmail.com

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi there “Dare Diamond” and thanks for your kind words!

      I don’t know if I can save you all but I will do my best 😉 😉

      Seriously, I’m very happy if someone read my post and can use it for their own informed decisions.

      Shure, I will check out for your mail!

      Regards, Jan

      Reply
  8. Andy

    Hi..i almost invested in this company.when i already had $5 to deposit in ROC it turns out that the minimum deposit is change to 10$ so im very dissapointed and stop visiting the site..but today when i open my account i am shock that my balnce is $1000 and its a bonus..but i got 0 total earn..why is it 0 f they give me $1000..its very confusing..now i now its just was just a scheme to attract me to deposit funds and could be a victim of their scheme..

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi, Andy and thanks for your comment!

      I’m sorry to hear that you are a victim of this fraud!

      It’s typical for fraudulent online businesses to act in this way. They change rules and give false promises just to get people to stay and not take out their money because they already transferred the money to the people behind and/or have paid the first people that joined the business (to lure others that they are paying).

      The $1000 is probably only a number they put in that’s fictive and the fact that it’s not in your earning balance is proof of that.

      The big problem here is that because they are using cryptocurrencies and two regular payment processors (Perfect Money and Payeer) that doesn’t have support to file a dispute, you don’t have any chance to get your money back.

      I know have it feels to realize to you been a victim of a fraud and it feels like shit and it’s easy to blame your self to much. You also get angry and want to get back in some way but that’s hard if the business is impossible to reach.

      I have recently sent a message to the real Rosneft to inform them that Russian Oil Miners are using their pictures, addresses, and text to scam people.

      Regards, Jan

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  9. Simon

    I am happy to read your comments and also I’m sad after reading it. You are right indeed. I’m a Victim of this fraudster.
    I deposited $99 via Perfect Money since first week of August, 2018 no ROI till now. Please I need your advise. My Email address is (edit: email adress deleted)

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi, Simon and thanks for reaching out!

      I’m sorry to hear that you also are a victim of this fraud!

      As you can see in my answer above to Andy, the big problem here is that because they are using cryptocurrencies (irreversible transactions) and two regular payment processors (Perfect Money and Payeer) that doesn’t have support to file a dispute, you don’t have any chance to get your money back.

      I know have it feels to realize to you been a victim of a fraud and it feels like shit and it’s easy to blame your self to much. You also get angry and want to get back in some way but that’s hard if the business is impossible to reach.

      I have recently sent a message to the real Rosneft to inform them that Russian Oil Miners are using their pictures, addresses, and text to scam people.

      Regards, Jan

      Reply
    1. Jan Post author

      Your welcome Bay!

      I’m happy to hear that you didn’t get scam because there are many that has lost both small and very large sums om money in this fraud.

      I will take a look at Golden Trust Donar as soon as a can, thanks for the tip!

      Regards, Jan

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    1. Jan Post author

      Hi, again Michael!

      I have just done a review of them and it turned out that they indeed are a fraud/scam!

      They are using false business documents and are hiding who they are.

      What’s interesting is that when I took a closer look at their map location I found that there was another website that looked almost exactly like this one. It was called “Cryptotrade.club” and when I almost finished my review they took down that website…suspicious to say the least!

      Here is the full review: https://honestwaystoearnonline.com/cpi

      Thanks again for the tip!

      Regards, Jan

      Reply

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