I must confess I honestly tried to find something about this fund on the internet and tried hard to find out everything and all the details on the website, but it didn’t really work out. There is a whole bunch of posts in social networks advertising this platform, but nothing more. No wonder why it was hard. The website was registered in February 2018 and they didn’t have a long time to wait. But on the other hand, it’s strange there’s still nothing interesting or useful about it on the web. Using the whois.domaintools.com service it’s easy to find out that the website is registered by a Ukrainian citizen who provided all of a sudden an address located in Great Britain. I have no doubt it has never been in the UK and is actually based somewhere in Ukraine. But not all the people are picky like me. They are naive and hope for the best. And that’s a wrong behavior. Start suspecting companies like this and you’ll save a lot of money and nerves.
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