Coinbase Users Say Crypto Start-Up Ignored Their Pleas for Help
“Coinbase, by going public and being subject to greater regulatory oversight, is moving more into the light where there is, or will be, greater visibility and comfort,” she said.
One of Coinbase’s most frustrating aspects, some users said, is that a real person does not appear to be reading their complaints.
“There’s nobody on the other side,” said Cheryl Hung, a marketing consultant in Los Angeles.
Ms. Hung said she and her fiancé, Paul Hwang, started investing in cryptocurrencies in 2019 and picked Coinbase because it was a “big, reputable company” with security. But in January, someone stole $26,000 of cryptocurrencies from their account. They said they did not have any idea of how that happened.
“We just lost all the…