Don’t waste your precious time if you see grammar, spelling or punctuation mistakes made by people who look for investors. It may be a scam, and it’s probably a scam. No matter how great the website is structured and designed, no matter what people stand by the company, if there’re mistakes, you should close the page and look for a better place to invest. Digital Developers Fund is not an exception. Some sentences miss gaps and commas, it’s a serious sign to me. Why? Maybe because they just can’t afford it? Maybe because they should have enough money for hiring a professional who would correct everything? And those people want more money from you? No way. I’m not even gonna read about their team. It’s clear they are fraudsters. Oh, and one more thing: their office is based on the Cayman Islands. I think it’s a good place for those who have something to hide.
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