Last week, Cointelegraph published a story about investors who find it difficult to get their money back from a cryptocurrency called AMFEIX, which has promised high returns for the investors who sent them bitcoin (BTC). Our story described over 500 pending withdrawals from users trying to get their money back and AMFEIX's poor connection with these users.
After the article was published, the company contacted users via the official Telegram channel, stating that the delays were due to technical difficulties that had been a problem since May. He also stated that “Members who demonstrate loyalty to AMFEIX will have priority” in the withdrawal process. The unannounced suggestion is that those who share interesting company coverage will not see their money paid properly.
Two hours after the first article was published, AMFEIX circulated a new white book describing several new recommendations that had not previously been documented. In particular, he referred to the defamation clause, and the company began contacting individuals from the Telegram account to inform them that they were in conflict.
Here's what people got from the company, whether they took part in the unpleasant coverage or not:
You violate the policy:
28. AMFEIX reserves the right to block users if defamation is suspected.
To remedy the defamation situation, the author will be asked to apologize (in the form of an article published on the official accounts for accurate filming) and delete the current article. Until this issue is resolved, verification will have a permanent pending status on the above addresses.
At least three specific AMFEIX investors contacted Cointelegraph staff asking to remove the article because AMFEIX wanted it. The company has not responded to Cointelegraph's request to comment on Wednesday's article since publication.