Capital7 Review – Is It a Scam? Read This Before You Invest

Can you really make 7% Daily Return Make 154% Monthly R.O.I. with Capital7? Is it a scam? Is it a legitimate fund management company? Read my Capital7 review and find out.

Capital7 review - Is It a Scam.

Capital7 Review – Is It a Scam?

What is Capital7 all about?

Name: Capital7
Website address:
Vendor: Marvin Peterson
Price: minimum deposit of $25
Overall Rank: 0 out of 100

Capital7 is just another High-Yield Investment Program that allows people to invest their money under two investment plans.

7% Daily Investment Scheme – that pays 7% return every business day for a duration of 30 calendar days. Noted that you won’t have your account credited on weekends with this scheme. That simply means you will only make 7% profits only for 20 to 22 business days. This only gives 40% to 54% in profit.

Capital7 review - Is It a Scam.

110% Weekly Investment Scheme that generate 10% of what you invested after one calendar week.

Capital7 review - Is It a Scam.

Affiliate Program that offers referral commission of one-level and makes 7% – 10% for every deposit made by your downline.  This is a great opportunity to build a long-term passive income that will earn you between $1.25 to $12,500 on each external deposit your referrals will ever make into the platform.

Capital7 review - Is It a Scam.

Master Affiliate that offers 2% commission from all new deposits of your referral’s downlines.

Capital7 review - Is It a Scam.

Capital7 Review - Is It a Scam Read This Before You Invest

Is Capital7 Real or Fake?

#Red Flag 1 – Duplicate of Carbon7

Capital7 is a duplicate of Carbon7, that was launched in 2015. The site is currently now dead. You can check out the site (

#Red Flag 2 – Ponzi Scheme

Similarly to Amazing 5, Capital7 is what your typical HYIP (fraud) looks like. Capital7’s business model is running on Ponzi Scheme.

Although users deposit a certain amount of money, the site operator will double your money within the next few hours.

Don’t be mistaken in thinking that Capital7 is making any form of money through investments or trading on behalf of the investors. In fact, they pay you the return from the deposits made by the new members. That’s how Ponzi scheme works.

That’s why they encourage people to recruit by saying that you could earn referral commissions. A Ponzi scheme such as Capital7 remains in operation as long as deposits from other users keep coming in.

They need new members to sustain the pyramid. They need “new” money to generate “returns” for the older investors by acquiring new investors. See illustration below.

Once this fund starts to dry up, no further payouts will take place.

Capital7 Review - Is It a Scam? Read This Before You Invest

#Red Flag 3 – Domain Registration Expiry Date

Another reason why I said Capital7 is a scam is the registration of the domain is expiring on 2016-07-13. If this were a legitimate business, why would they register the domain only for such a short period of time?

Update on 26th April 2016: The domain expiry date has now been extended to 2023-01-04.

#Red Flag 4 – Vague Investment Information

Capital7 provides very little details about how they operate the company and how they manage their investment fund. I personally dropped an email and asked a few questions about how the returns will be made and who the company officers are. Unfortunately, I have not received any response from the company yet.

HYIP like Capital7 should always be able to explain how they intend to generate returns, unwillingness to disclose such information. Unfortunately, they fail to do that.

#Red Flag 5 – High and Unsustainable ROI

I have years of experience in investments. Historically, investments in most large corporate stocks return less than 10% per year. Usually, HYIP scams offer between 1 percent to 2 percent daily profits to its members.

The higher return that Capital7 claims here clearly indicate that the investment is actually a Ponzi scheme or a junk bond that may never increase in value and has a high rate of default.

With such a high return on investment (ROI), it does look very fishy to me that Capital7 is a legitimate investment company.


I have tried these HYIP in the past and I reviewed some of them on my blog too. My experience tells me that this is just another Ponzi scheme that aims to steal your hard earned money.

Investing any of your money into these programs will lead to a financial loss, even if one were to receive a few payouts in the beginning.

There are many fake reviews on Capital7 on the internet because this is how they attract people to be part of the referral scheme. This is why there are so many people being cheated and scammed every day by these HYIPs.

It is essential to share this post on your social media to educate people around you to stay alert and stay away from programs like Capital7.

For those who are high-risk takers, some high yield investment programs have the ability to generate exceptional returns, but only because the risk of loss is great. If you are willing to invest your money with high profit and high-risk investment scheme, Forex Paradise is one of the most stable HYIP you can try. You can read the full review of this HYIP here.
Forex Paradise LTD

Final Word

I don’t like the reliance on a Ponzi scheme in order to make bad money. Instead, I do affiliate marketing (it’s different) and rely 100% on myself to build an income online. If you are interested in alternative ways to generate a real passive income online, you might want to consider running your own legitimate online business.

One powerful way to do this is through an approach called affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing lets you earn money by promoting products from other companies. Any product you promote is going to be based on your opinion, and you are not required to stick with just one company.

If you’re looking for a legitimate way to make money online without trying to qualify for online surveys or getting scammed by HYIPs then Wealthy Affiliate might be what you’ve been looking for.

When I carried out my initial investigation on Wealthy Affiliate, it was purely to see if the company was legit for a few friends of mine, however, I didn’t imagine that I was going to make much or ANY money with them when I first got started, but as it turns out – I did.

Well, I’m happy to say that I’m not the ONLY one making money in Wealthy Affiliate, as you can see from the pics below, and you’d be surprised at HOW many other people are making money too.

Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate

If this is an area you’re interested in, you could learn more about this through my 7-day free email course or you could join the program here. The guide is an excellent way to learn all the ins and outs of affiliate marketing and to get started in the field yourself.

Extra Income as an Affiliate of WA

Just like Amazon, WA allows you to generate income as its affiliate member. Meaning, that if you make a sale, you receive a commission. If you don’t make a sale, you don’t make a commission.

The monthly investment to gain access to all the bells and whistles of WA is $47/month. You have the option to pay upfront and gain access to a yearly membership while saving on the total investment.

Here’s the commission breakdown for the sale of each membership.

  • $175 upfront and recurring yearly commissions for the sale of an annual membership
  • $22.50 upfront and recurring monthly commissions for the sale of a monthly membership

Here is a hypothetical breakdown of “monthly” income statistics for you based on just a 4-month recurring monthly membership commissions.

  • 1 sale per day= $2,700/month
  • 5 sales per day= $13, 500/month
  • 10 sales per day= $27,000/month

I personally find I make more commissions through WA than Amazon as the training modules are solid and most of them stay with WA for more than a year.

Here are my recent affiliate commissions rewarded from WA. I generated $5,886 in my last 7 days and it’s actually ramping up over time.

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As long as people are still a member of WA, I get rewarded the recurring monthly commissions. This is what I meant by sustainable income. There are more than three billion internet users around the globe. Making 1 sale per day is not difficult at all with the blueprints and the step-by-step guide from WA.

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It’s Your Turn Now

Please share this article with your friends and family members so that they do not fall into the traps.

If you have any questions or comments, let me know in the comment box below.



Capital7 Review - Is It a Scam? Read This Before You Invest


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51 Responses

  1. Momma Bear says:

    Kudos to you for exposing this company as a fraud. They are only able to be in business because there are not enough people out there like you working to protect investors and their hard earned money. Hopefully you will be able to spread the word so that people can avoid losing their money. Thank you!

    • Alex Y says:

      Momma Bear, thanks for dropping by and gave it a read. It is essential for people to know what exactly this company operates. Not only Capital7, there is a lot more high yield investment programs out there in the market who aim to steal people hard-earned money. The other prime example is Amazing 5.

      Do share this post on your social media to alert the people around you so that they will not fall into the trap.



  2. Bimmerguy says:

    I’m so happy that I arrived at your page before going ahead and signing up for Capital 7. I always had some apprehension about it being a scam but needed concrete facts which is exactly what I found in your review. Now that I know it’s a ponzi scheme, I will certainly keep away from it and find another alternative. Thank you so much for the great advice!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi, I am glad this article helps. I do think people should stay away from these Ponzi Scheme as it is not a sustainable business or an “investment” model. It sounds too good to be true. It does not work at all. Keep your hard-earned money and go for something that does not deliver empty promises.

  3. George says:

    Hi Alex,

    Thank you for this review on Capital7. It was quite the eye opener.

    You know man, I always try to keep an open mind with business opportunities, for the sole purpose of seeing and taking advantage of what other’s sometimes can’t about them: the “actual opportunity”.

    In this case, even if I could begin to try to view Capital7 as something legit, it has such a shady and confusing plan that I wouldn’t dare to market it.

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi George, it is essential to filter the bad ones as we search for the legitimate companies for making money, especially online. Capital7 may look legit on the surface but it is not a sustainable business model. In my opinion, I have tried several similar programs in the past and none of them worked.

      If you are still searching for ways to earn sustainable income online, you should probably think about affiliate marketing – selling products of others (e.g. Amazon, Apple, or ShareASale). As long as you have a blog, you can start earning immediately. You can read my post here if you are interested in monetizing your existing blog.

      If you do not have a website yet, you could get two websites for free through signing up my Free email course.

  4. Matt says:

    Wow Alex thank you so much for your review. It is scary to think that so many people fall for this type of scam every year and I am just glad I read this before I am one of them. Excellent point about the domain name, not even professionals are behind this.

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Matt,

      Indeed, there are more than a few million of dollars have been scammed every year on the internet. There are way too many cyber scams out there and they do not disappear. They just repackage the product and roll them out as a brand new production. I was scammed a few times a few years ago and I learned my lessons. That is the intention of mine to educate the readers how to identify those scams and stay away from them.

  5. Arif says:

    i have never hear of capital7, but thank you for the review. there was a time when i was consistently looking for online jobs and have come across many scams offering you lots of returns. scams like binary trade scams. now i have found WA i have stopped looking. i have never heard of this capital7. had i still been looking around, i may have looked into this. certainly there a thousands of people online looking for online jobs and may have come across these type of scams. its good to see someone reviewing them and publishing them online for all to be aware of. good stuff.

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Arif,

      I was scammed a few times in the past too and I am always skeptical about those binary options trading programs and high yield investment program. They normally overpromise unrealistic results just to trap people. People are greedy and often look for get-rich-quick schemes. There is no doubt a big market for those scammers to steal the money.

      You can read this post on How Can I Make Money Online Without Being Scammed to learn how to identify them.

  6. Dave says:


    Has anyone heard of Nano-11? Any experience or review of their operations?

  7. Maria says:

    Wow, a program like this sounds good in theory and like how could it go wrong? But you clearly have experience that it will just take your money. Good point that their domain expires in a couple months – seems the idea is to start and stop quickly. Thanks for pointing out why it’s a scam and to avoid it – we appreciate that!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Maria,

      It does sound too good to be true, but it is a non-sustainable business model and it is no legitimate once you find out how it works. People should really avoid this scam at all possible.


  8. Quinn says:

    My eyes were bulging as I read the actual payouts of the Capital7 scam. Sounds too good to be true, but then again there is always someone out there that will fall victim to those Ponzi schemes. I am glad that you are trying to educate the public on what to watch out for when looking for alternate sources of income. Great read! Def caught my attention.
    Keep up the good work!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Quinn,

      Thanks for reading through the post. I am happy that my post does give some valuable information to the public, especially those who are new to the Ponzi scheme. It is sad to know the scheme is out there to scam people’s money.

      I am glad I can help.


  9. Brian says:

    Hey Alex,
    Awesome website I appreciate your honest there are so many scammers in this world. Thanks for that honest review. Capital 7 seems like a legit website and if I would not have known they would have scammed me as well. I love how you implemented so many images on the #1 recommendation page.

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Brian,

      I am glad this post helps. Yes, Capital7 does look like a legitimate investment company. There are many out there on the market and it is essential to stay vigilant.


    • HARJINDER says:

      Hi there
      I am using capital 7 . But can’t withdraw money. Showing pending withdraw thanks

      • Alex Y says:

        Hi Harjinder,

        I am not the admin of Capital7. I am afraid you have been cheated by this HYIP. There are many occasions people cannot withdraw money after depositing their money and some even have been blocked from accessing to the portal.

        I suggest you stop any recurring payment to Capital7 and stay away from all HYIP on the internet if possible.

        I am sorry that I can’t help.


  10. Simone says:

    Wow, thanks for your review of Capital7. My husband and I were just looking into High Yield Investment Programs as a form of recurring income.

    Now I am not sure sure this is a good idea. I had no clue that these programs actually required you to recruit others in order to make money.

    I am so happy I decided to do some research before blindly throwing my money at them!

    So would you say all HYIP are to be avoided?

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Simone,

      I am glad you are not hooked up by Capital7. I have to say there is no legitimate HYIP on the market. Avoid them if all possible.

      You can refer to my previous post on How to Invest Online Without Being Scammed to get some ideas how to identify these scams on the internet.

      Hope it helps.


      • Simone says:

        Thanks Alex. I am glad I found this site before making some bad investments online. Research really does pay off. I will take a look at your article How to Invest Online Without Being Scammed.

        • Alex Y says:

          Hi Simone,

          I am happy to hear that you discovered my post before you make any decision to invest with this Ponzi driven investment scheme.


  11. Chris says:

    Zero points – well that’s not a good start is it? I often struggle with these types of capital offers as I don’t fully understand how they work out. They never seem clear enough to me and there’s always a catch. Seems like it’s happened here again with this one – another to avoid at all costs!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Chris.

      Yes, zero from me. It is an obvious HYIP scam that over-promise the Return Of Investment (ROI). It has never been clear to me how they manage the investment fund. It is best to stay away from it.

  12. diego says:

    capital7 created 2016/01/04 expires 2023/01/04

  13. diego says:

    is a good sign perhaps is not a scam 100%

  14. Mishak says:

    Hey Alex! Thanks for the review. Pls do you know any investment platform that isn’t a ponzi scheme… Pls do share. Thanks

    • Alex Y says:

      Dear Mishak,
      So far, I have not discovered any legitimate investment platform that works. All of them disappear within three months to a year.
      You should perhaps look for alternative ways to make money online. If you could write and you are willing to invest some money (less than $100), you can easily make money by becoming an affiliate marketer like me.

      Read this post if you are interested to know more.

  15. lavu chengwe says:

    Capital7 is a scam, put some money and try to withdraw, you will never get it, they have already disappeared though the site is still open. Members are now crying for they money has capital7 has disappeared and not paying any withdraws. How can you make 7% daily and hope to make money. Stop dreaming and work hard to earn money. Stop paying these scammers. I wonder why payment companies like Payza does not report these to fraud units so that they can prevent them setting up accounts with payza. Payza must have bank details of these scammers, they can help members to get back they stolen money.

    • Alex Y says:

      As I highlighted in my article, Capital7 is just another HYIP scam that steals people’s hard earned money. There are, yet, many people willing to bet their money on some scams like Capital7. It is really depressing to receive comments and emails from people saying that they have been scammed.

      If you are reading this comment, please share your post around and alert people not to get trapped by this HYIP product.

      Regarding your question on why Payment companies like Payza do not report to any authorities because most e-currency companies are not licensed money transmitters. It is extremely high risk to invest money through these e-currency companies, especially if it involves international transactions. It is extremely hard to trace and get the money back.

  16. Simon says:

    Hi Alex,

    Very insightful review with great pictures that explains everything. I see a lot of HYIPs on the Internet right now. Not sure that people are just naive or it is so easy to convince them that business like that is real and worth to invest their money.

    Thanks for a great work and keeping people safe!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Simon. People are trapped and scammed by these HYIPs because of greed.

      My advice to my readers is always the same – Avoid HYIPs and stay away from them.

  17. justus says:

    This is serious, I was about to Invest my money with them, thank a lot sir.

  18. justus says:

    My friend has about $ 600, with them, its still reading, but can’t be withdrawn. His hoping that they will pay him up. According to him, its a temporal issue. What a scam

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Justus.

      Many people who invested with HYIPs like Capital7 failed to get their money back. That is why people should avoid investing their hard earned money with HYIPs on the internet. Read my new post on How HYIP Makes Money.


  19. Julius says:

    Hi, I just recently accidentally discovered your blog, and I really like it. It seems that you really want to help people, and I appreciate it!

    These scammers are getting out of control nowadays. It’s very easy to believe that the company is legit when in reality it’s just another pyramid-based scheme.

    You are doing a great job! Keep exposing these dishonest scammers!

    • Alex Y says:

      Hello Julius. Thanks for your kind words. I have received a lot of personal messages regarding these HYIPs on the market. I am really disappointed there are still people falling into these scams. I hope my articles within my blog do help keeping people away from these so-called “investment” schemes that just here to rob people’s money.

  20. eh says:

    Capital7,big rip-off,can’t withdraw anything.. AVOID !!

  21. khm says:

    I have initiâted my 3 first withdrawal on May 2016. I never gaid paid.
    The support has never replied to my message. It is clearly a SCAM .
    Avoid it!

  22. Vcent says:

    Thanks Alex
    Thanks for making it clear to me that Capital7 is a fake platform, thougth i hv made an investment on this but how i which i come across this post before now

  23. steve donohoe says:

    I guess I have sucker written on my forehead.
    I did invest $50 to see where this goes and wish I had seen the expiry domain date. It is the day that they will close it down like any other HYIPs on the market.

  24. Lonnie says:

    Aren’t these companies guilty of securities fraud? How do they escape criminal charges? I, too, have been duped, to the tune of $600. They are not the first one I’ve lost money to. How could I be so stupid?

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Lonnie.
      There are way too many HYIPs on the market stealing money and most of them are operated from overseas though their company addresses are in the UK. It is way too easy for them to escape. When they learn they are being investigated, they close the sites, rebrand, roll them out again as new HYIPs and steal. That is why HYIPs don’t survive for long. There are several cases where HYIPs were closed by regulators. For example, Genius Fund, an HYIP shut down by regulators where participants lost some $400 million.
      Avoid all HYIPs as almost none of them are legitimate.

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