Can you list reasons why a company has a right to hide its team members information? In the case of AioCoins, a page that’s named “our team” simply doesn’t work and shows an error. Each bit of information on the website looks suspicious and questionable, nothing inspires trust and it’s clearly seen that it was made by unprofessional people who probably have never tried to construct websites. And yes, it looks a little abandoned. If they cared they would notice how glitchy it is. If you decided to invest, think twice or even more. But I personally wouldn’t do this.
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