Crypto Red Alert: Apollo CEO is a Notorious Scammer According to Report
Reddit User Claims Apollo CEO is a Notorious Scammer
According to a recent post on the Reddit's r/cryptocurrency channel, the CEO of Apollo, Stephen McCullah is a perennial scammer. In the past, Stephen has masterminded several fraudulent cryptocurrency projects, with the most notable being a purported expedition in Congo to search for existing dinosaurs. After managing to raise $29,000, McCullah disappeared with the funds and he never initiated the expedition. This allegation can be confirmed on the project’s page on the Kickstarter website.
Additionally, Stephen has also previously fronted himself as biology enthusiast, and now claims to be a revolutionary cryptocurrency developer. Furthermore, the website of his latest digital currency startup, Apollo, is based on the Wix template. For a person who claims to be on the verge of creating a groundbreaking source code, basing their website on such a platform is laughable. The post concluded by warning investors to stay away from this obvious scam.
As expected, the post generated a lot of interest in the online discussion forum. Most of the commenters lauded the member who issued this advisory for averting a possible loss of their funds. Others affirmed that Apollo is indeed a scam.
To this end, they reported that they had been blocked from the project's (Apollo) pages on Telegram and Twitter respectively for raising concerns about the past of Stephen McCullah. Additionally, some users also laughed of traders who had been duped into contributing to search for dinosaurs, creatures that became extinct millions of years ago.