The entity behind www.fifacoin.com is MMOXP LIMITED from Hong Kong, although the website is hosted in the USA.
The first Facebook picture dates back to March 2014 so it would be safe to assume they are about a year online.
Buyer’s reviews go from “Very cheap prices, almost instant delivery, definitely not a scam” to “I bought 2000k fifacoins the 5 of May, and today I don´t received the confirmation, what a fraud, and nobody said something about that, i don´t recomend this page” (original text of reviews preserved as is)
Tracking www.fifacoin.com we noticed that it was one of the first websites to respond to EA price ranges. www.fifacoin.com instantly updated the website with three new ways to pay which means there is a good team behind and they react fast.
Facebook page has some negative feedback but looking at their Twitter feed – they really engage with their buyers, the responses are clear, to the point, delivery time as per their estimations up to 30 minutes, they offered a few refunds which is always a good sign – they sound like somebody who cares about their reputation.
Apart from Facebook and Twitter they offer Live Chat directly on the website and Order Tracking.
Lots of give-aways and competitions.
Currently offering 3 new methods to buy FIFA 15 coins:
- Mule Accounts (0-30 Mins, the Safest and Fastest)
- Players Auction (0-40 Mins but sell Players)
- Comfort Buy FIFA 14 coins and FIFA World Coins(48 Hours, Account details shared ).
Accepted Payment methods: PayPal (always a good sign), credit and debit cards, Bank to bank transfer (probably on larger orders), Yandex and Megafon mobile payment, Qiwi wallet (looks like they have lots of Russian buyers – not a bad sign), Boleto Bancario, Poli Internet Banking, Mercado Pago, Ideal, PaySafe Card, AmEx and CashU.
Languages: English and German (although some other review websites list Arabic, Swedish, Spanish and Portuguese(!?))
Despite displaying Norton and McAfee logos (what relevance is that if the site is not protected with a SSL?) by clicking on McAfee logo you get: This is not a certified site: www.fifacoin.com – that’s a minus.
But on the other hand 15,612 Total Page Likes on Facebook (to date) says that they are doing something right.
Specialises in FIFA Coins only. Most deliveries are fast, the seller offers lots of various payment methods and once you engage with them on Twitter - you are most likely to get a prompt response. Or at least a refund. What's more they are willing to buy coins from you as well as sell them to you. And you can always check their promos and giveaways for a freebie.