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ICORating Urges Readers to Beware of Scammers and Impostors

ICORating Urges Readers to Beware of Scammers and Impostors

The initial coin offering (ICO) market continues to be plagued by an increasing number of scammers, and these dishonest players are turning to different tactics to trick their victims. It has come to our attention that some fraudsters have falsely identified themselves as employees of certain companies and fraudulently offered products or services on behalf of them.

Impostors will often propose steep discounts for products or services and disappear after they receive payment. Any overly-large discount is a tell-tale sign of dishonesty, so we encourage our clients and readers to view any such offers with suspicion.

We urge all clients and readers to remain vigilant and practice thorough due diligence when considering offers from people claiming to represent ICORating. If you receive an offer from someone claiming to represent our company, please make sure to check our “About Us” section to see if that person is listed as our sales manager and if the address from which they contacted you is identical to that found on our website.

If you continue to have questions about any particular contact, we encourage you to write to us directly at [email protected]. We take every such inquiry seriously and will respond to you promptly.

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