Attiora Review- Scam

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The Attiora Ponzi scheme is no longer working. The company’s website has been taken down in the last 24 hours.

Attiora’s accounts on social media sites have also been taken down. At the time of publication, if you try to go to Attiora’s website, you get a Cloudflare error that says Attiora’s website server has been pulled.

This has happened in the last day. A good sign that an MLM Ponzi scheme has failed is when a company’s website goes down.

Attiora’s official YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram accounts have also been deleted, which is another sign that he has lost his job. Attiora’s admins scammed people out of their money at the peak of the Ponzi scheme’s run in 2022:

SimilarWeb’s analysis of traffic shows that the number of people who went to Attiora’s website rose by 44 percent from March to April.

Most likely, the Attiora scammers made a lot of money when the exit scam fell apart in May. This hurts investors who are too trusting. The vast majority of these investors appear to be from Germany (18%), France (14%), Guadeloupe (10%), Mauritius (7%), and Russia (5%).

Attiora was a Ponzi scheme run by Boris CEO. It promised daily returns of up to 4%. An ATRC coin was made as a way to scam people out of money. That seems to have been dropped, though, in favor of just running away.

I think this has something to do with the recent crypto crash. Attiora lied to its customers and told them it was based in Australia. It even gave customers an ASIC registration certificate.

We remind people that ASIC certificates are used by scammers because they are easy to get. ASIC doesn’t check the information that scammers send them, and by the time financial reports are due, the scheme has either already failed or the scammers don’t care about the deadlines.

Since ASIC doesn’t follow up on missed filing deadlines, it’s easier for scammers to take advantage of people. Most of the time, ASIC doesn’t look into securities fraud that has to do with MLM.

Attiora followed a well-known pattern by registering with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and using actors in rented office marketing videos.

Estonia is where the videos were made. Usually, Russian or Ukrainian scammers will have a profile like this.

The Attiora Ponzi scheme is no longer working. The company’s website has been taken down in the last 24 hours. Attiora’s accounts on social media sites have also been taken down. At the time of publication, if you try to go to Attiora’s website, you get a Cloudflare error that says Attiora’s website server has…

The Attiora Ponzi scheme is no longer working. The company’s website has been taken down in the last 24 hours. Attiora’s accounts on social media sites have also been taken down. At the time of publication, if you try to go to Attiora’s website, you get a Cloudflare error that says Attiora’s website server has…

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