COTI is a SCAM! Honest review!
In this review we expose the scam called COTI that is made to steal your money.
We found quite a few problems with COTI review, and we will detail them fully in our review below.
Guess you can’t wait to find out what it is all about? Okay, here we go…
Make sure to always do thorough checks before participating in an ICO. Always check background information of the team and see if they have done anything in blockchain field.
All the israeli team in COTI are ex binary options scammers so be careful it’s a matter of time when the scam will be exposed !!
Read more info here:
Processing.com and Transact Europe (same owner: Avi Chesed) was processing all the binary options industry ILLEGALLY, read more here:
“TRANSACT EUROPE accepts payments for scammers”
They have big operation in India as well, a place from where we have seen ton of ICO scams lately (Idap.io, Almora, BFXcoin, Obizcoin, Hirebits etc).
One user on telegram did try to warn people on their telegram 7 days ago, but was quickly banned for spreading “FUD”.
REMEMBER : If something seems like a scam, it probably is.
As always, do your own research and remember – this is our opinion based on extensive research.
In the meantime, and in the absence of such proof, we recommend proceeding with extreme caution until and unless COTI is able to demonstrate that they have a product, a team, and a real business.
NEVER send your money to anyone you don’t trust, especially a possible ICO scam.
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