Are free Ultimate Team Coins for FIFA 14 a myth or reality? Below we’ll explain the truth behind the currency of FIFA 14 Coins and whether you can get some free FIFA Coins.
I’d imagine if you’re here reading about free Ultimate Team coins I’m sure you understand the concept of FIFA Coins and what they’re spent on. The problem is the lack of FIFA Coins that are circulated within the game from the coins gained from playing FUT matches. As you know you gain an average of 400-500 coins per game you complete and when just one player costs 100k FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Coins it could take you just 200 games to afford one of your available 16 slots in your first eleven and bench. Therefore people get bored and want to take a shortcut or a ‘helping hand’ which tends to lead users into searching the internet for free ultimate team coins.
As briefly touched upon FIFA coins are what the game mode revolves around. The idea is that the more FUT Coins you possess, the better the players you can own and the better the players you own, the more games and trophies you should theoretically win. This causes a massive demand for ultimate team coins whereby users are prepared to pay real life money to obtain virtual coins. Other instances of this can be found with BitCoins.
The problem with this is that users of FIFA Ultimate Team know their FIFA Coins hold a real life value were they can sell them and receive a fair amount of real life money for them. As a result people do not give away free ultimate team coins, they sell them. After all you don’t see people on the street handing out cash to anybody who wants it.
Those people promising free ultimate team coins through the means of forums, in-game messaging, emails or other methods such as websites are lying and are more than likely trying to lure you into a scam. A scam such as a ‘free FIFA Coin generator’ or a ‘player duplicator software’ where the end result involves you passing over your account log in details to them. Once they receive your log in details they simply log into your account and trade all your valuable players and coins onto their account. Leaving you with a worthless account and putting your progress further back than before. It also leaves you disheartened and unwilling to play the game to just earn your old team back by grinding through the game once again.
Always try to stay ahead of the scammers by reading EA’s Account Guideline Protection and NEVER give your account details out to anyone, even to an EA support agent. There are multiple phishing sites out there imposing EA’s Web application log in screen. The idea behind it is for the scammers to get you onto their scam site and get you to ‘log in’ to their fake web application that looks identical to the real web app. Making you believe that it is the real web application. Once you enter your details however the page never redirects, instead your details are emailed to the scammers email address for them to read and then use to log into your account to once again steal your valuables.
In conclusion, there are sadly no such thing as free ultimate team coins but there is a chance to purchase them for real life money. But be aware, there are plenty of scammers out there who want your coins. Follow the rule of thumb, if it’s too good to be true then it probably is.