When looking at sites like this it is important to consider three things: 1) The website - Does it look like a scam site? 2) Reviews - What are other people saying about the site 3) The product- What is the product/service and how safe/reliable is it!
1) Having viewed the website, here's what I found:
2) Next, I checked the reviews to try and get a picture of how they're viewed by the majority of people. I found two things:
3) The product/service - The service is investments, and the first rule of investment is that there is a chance that you could lose it. Of course, with this site, they guarantee that you will make a 10% return on your investment, by this they're not only guaranteeing that your money is safe but also guaranteeing that you will make a profit. This kind of guarantee is unheard of in the investment world....apart from on scam sites....which is a big part of why the majority of people believe they are a scam site. Despite this companies "guarantee", I don't believe any investment company can guarantee against losses, indeed if there was a market crash of some sort where all the investment funds were lost, how would they then guarantee a return for everyone?
Conclusion - The site guarantees a return, and so far I don't see any evidence of them not meeting this guarantee as people who are with the site are satisfied thus far. However, the fact is this is an investment site, and I honestly don't believe that they can guarantee the protection of all investment funds as well as guarantee a return. I feel that, while the markets are good the site is more than happy to use other people's money to invest and to give them a return. However, I feel that once something went wrong, if the markets crashed, for example, I feel that they would have no alternative but to break this guarantee. If they did do this then you would have a hard time suing them or trying to get your money back because of the "locations" where the company is based and registered.
All in all, I can't guarantee that your money will be safe, I don't think any investment company can, or should do that either. I think if you choose to invest then you will probably see a return based on the reviews I've seen as long as the company doesn't run into trouble. However, if the company does run into trouble I honestly feel that the guarantee will be worth nothing, and I think you would struggle to enforce this.
Hope this answers your question, if not please reply and I'll do my best.