At first sight, Catena Capital is stable and worth it. I don’t know, maybe it really is. But some details made me think that these guys were not that simple. What do you want to know when you open a website of any venture fund? I personally look for their team information. If I can’t find it, then I consider this company to be a scam. Next. If one of the pages don’t open or is abandoned or shows 404 error, it may also be fraud. Speaking of Catena Capital. They have some information about people who work for them, but it’s not that easy to find. There are 4 main people: managing director, two founding partners, and one founding investor. Photos and social network links are provided, but there’sno description about this founding investor. Who’s this? Should I search it on the web? But why? I want to know more. Same here: catena-capital.com/faq – it’s empty. Don’t your investors have questions? I do. Facebook and Twitter profiles are supported, it’s ok. It means that the company is alive. Please, understand, a company that gathers and manages money has to be impeccable in everything. It can’t afford empty pages, it can’t skip a big part of the information.
This review (Catena Capital Complaint) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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