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Attiora does not provide any legitimate corporate ownership or executive information on its website.

Josef Moravec is allegedly the founder and CEO of Attiora. However, he does not seem to exist outside Attiora’s marketing, making him an ideal candidate for a Boris CEO Ponzi scam.

Attiora wants to position itself as a company based in Sydney, Australia. For that purpose, the firm claims its marketing videos have been shot on location “within the Zenith Tower.”

There is a Zenith Tower in Sydney, but that is not the building’s logo or how the foyer appears.

We also see this placard as the actor playing Moravec walks to the building’s elevators:

While I can’t make out the language (the camera sign is clearer on YouTube), it isn’t English for sure.

Then there’s this section on Attiora’s website:

“The last is extremely interesting to us because it was the Czech Business Angels Fund led by Zdenek Moravec, CEO Attiora’s father”.

Zdenek Moravec is from the Czech Republic. He is a well-known astrophysicist and astronomer.

Here’s their cartoonish caricature, according to films released to Attiora’s official YouTube page in July:

This is Boris CEO at his best.

Attiora supplies basic incorporation and ASIC certifications for Attiora Holding Pty Ltd in an attempt to support the “we’re based in Australia” deception.

ASIC is well-known for failing to regulate MLM fraud. Furthermore, anyone can register a corporation with ASIC using any fake information they want; there is no strict regulation.

This is why scammers based outside of Australia choose to register with ASIC.

In terms of MLM due diligence, the ASIC registration certificate as proof of authenticity is thus useless.

Needless to add, Attiora is not based in Australia, and its acting executives do not exist.

I couldn’t identify the “Z” building used in Attiora’s video for the outside footage, but the interior was shot in Estonia.

A Paxful sign can be seen in the backdrop, among the temporary Attiora signage.

“Be a hero,” it reads. “Build with humans in mind and stay in touch with the streets.”

Amusingly, Attiora then attempted to conceal Paxful’s branding:

Just a few moments later, a remark from Paxful creator Ray Youssef appears in the frame:

Paxful is a completely unrelated cryptocurrency firm based in NY and Estonia. Paxful’s office in Estonia looks like this:

Australia employs three-prong power plugs. Estonia employs a circular two-prong socket, as seen in this image:

Again, Attiora disguised apparent power connectors in their film when it was perhaps a touch too obvious:

It is apparent that Attiora is located in the same building as Paxful’s Estonian office.

Boris CEO schemes are often perpetrated by Russian and/or Ukrainian con artists. Estonia shares a western border with Russia.

On April 20th, 2021, Attiora’s website domain (“attiora.com”) was privately registered.

Alexa presently ranks Venezuela (18%), Burkina Faso (16%), and Algeria (10%) as the leading sources of traffic to Attiora’s website.

Products by Attiora

Attiora does not offer any retailable products or services.

Affiliates can only promote their affiliate membership.

Attiora’s Compensation Strategy

Attiora’s affiliates invest in bitcoin with the prospect of advertised profits:

  • Altcoin – invest $50 to $300 and get 1% to 1.40% every day for 15 days (initial investment returned);
  • Crypto Plus – invest $5,000 to $30,000 and get 1.8 % to 2.25 % everday for 40 days (initial investment returned);
  • ICO – invest $50,000 to $1,000,000 and get 2.4 percent to 3% per day for 55 days (initial investment returned);
  • Margin Forex – invest $1,000 to $10,000 and get 2.65% to 4.5% each day for 60 days;
  • Margin Global – Invest $15,000 to $10,000,000 and earn 3% to 5.15% per day for 60 days.

Shareholders who invest $100 to $100,000,000 will earn 1.1 % to 2.1 % per day in perpetuity.

Attiora’s MLM division gives commissions on affiliates who invest.

Attiora’s Affiliate Ranks 

There are ten affiliate ranks in Attiora’s compensation model:

  • Partner – persuade others to invest $1,000 or more to get a downline investment volume of $10,000;
  • Manager – convince people to invest $2500 or more to earn downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Agent – convince people to invest $5000 or more to earn a downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Representative – persuade people to invest $10,000 or more to earn a total downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Director – persuade people to invest $25,000 or more to earn a downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Silver Director – convince others to contribute $50,000 or more to earn a downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Gold Director – persuade to earn a downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Platinum Director – persuade people to invest $100,000 or more to earn a downline investment volume of $10,000.
  • Diamond – persuade others to invest $1000 or more and produce a total downline investment volume of $250,000.

It should be noted that total downline investment volume is lowered for the purpose of rank qualification as follows:

  • Level 1- (personally recruited affiliate) volume is counted at 100%; 
  • Level 2- volume is counted at 50%; 
  • Level 3- volume is counted at 25%.

Joining Attiora

A $50 commitment is required to become Attiora’s member.

Attiora is looking for people to invest in bitcoin, tether, ethereum, litecoin, tron, bitcoin cash, binance coin, binance USD, USD coin, and cardano.

Conclusion 

Attiora declares itself to be “a formidable structure capable of generating tens of millions of dollars per day.”

If that is even remotely accurate, it begs the question, “Why do they need your money?”

In the opening of this review, I feel like Attiora’s credibility has already been shattered. Attiora is a straightforward Boris CEO Ponzi scheme with somewhat above-average output quality.

If you want more than theatrics, you can seek up Attiora Holding Pty Ltd on ASIC and see that no financial disclosures have been made.

It’s all a bunch of marketing gimmicks.

As with all MLM Ponzi scams, when affiliate recruitment dries up, so will fresh investment.

This will deprive Attiora of ROI revenue, eventually leading to its demise.

The mathematics underlying Ponzi schemes ensures that the vast majority of participants lose money in the end.

Attiora said earlier this month that it would be tightening its withdrawal criteria; this is a clear indication that Attoria has entered the unavoidable collapse spiral.

In the future, it appears that “Attiora Token” will be Attiora’s exit-scam of choice.

According to a January 14th news item on Attiora’s website:

“The ATRC token has been successfully produced and is now available on the network!

Everyone who works professionally with tokens understands how to purchase a token before it appears in an account”.

When the time comes, Attiora withdrawals will be transferred to ATRC. From there, it’s the standard dump and condolences for your loss.

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