Ambia Fund website states that the fund was found by students even though there’s no information about anything at all. I have no clue how I am supposed to contact them except for an email provided on the website. It says that the fund was founded in Charlottesville, Virginia. Is it where the company located or what? Is it still there? How do I know that? After a little research I found out that Ambia Fund was created by Tyler Marx who also runs a couple of companies. For example, so-called social network Belacam where you won’t find any information either. No terms & conditions, no privacy policies, no contacts. As an investor, I don’t know who exactly I should contact and why I should deal with them and the most important is why you or I should trust them…
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