Some statistics: the website is registered 347 days ago, but they pose as experts with many years’ experience. Most of the positive reviews are paid, it’s clearly seen because all of the reviewers are ok that the fund was created just one year ago. Let’s consider the pros and cons of this project like if it really operated as an actual company. Pros… Just one. You can use inflation for your own benefit Cons. Converting money requires percents, so you will definitely lose something. You will also waste time, especially if you invest a big amount. The company demands investors’ personal attendance (if it’s true though). I honestly don’t believe them despite the fact that the website looks well-designed and more or less structured. However, it’s registered one year ago and couldn’t get so many partners, so it’s a good reason to stay away.
This review (Bravia Fund Review) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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