This morning, TokenGet countered in an effort to discredit Mobilink-coin. Only problem is, after all the fluff, it really holds no water. Their headline alone if true, would incriminate themselves.
I published a post earlier today with my observations on the allegations of theft by TokenGet. Please review to understand the context of what I am about to explain.
I asked to review 100% of the chats and e mails between Mobi and the TokenGet/Blockchain Mob. NEVER was there any communication between the two companies wherein TokenGet accused Mobi of being a scam. Not once.
There was a dispute over payment from the request of the extension. That was it. Then after the cloud was locked out and the millions of coin was stolen, TokenGet issued their statement accusing mobi of being a scam to cover their asses.
If Mobi was a scam, the headline on the TokenGet counter attack would place 100% of the alleged scam on the company that designed the token in the first place. TokenGet.
It’s also funny that Tokenget is asking for the staff of Mobi to identify themselves when their staff is represented by cartoon characters.
And on their sister site, BlockchainMob
Who are these folks? Viktor Petrov, Stoyan Josifov, Pavlin Genove, Veliko Minkov, Ivaylo Uzunov, Georgi Hadjiev, Maggy Ilieva, Kostadin Cherkezov, George Alexiev, Karen New, and Nashwan Khatib.
At the end of the day, I am alleging that TokenGet intentionally harmed Mobi and made up a cover story to hide the fact they chose to defraud Mobi in retaliation of the failure of their payment negotiations.
And if the contracting agreement was with TokenGet why is the Mobi logo appearing on the blockchainmob website? I see the e mails are from blockchainmob.
Also, I am looking into possible threats against, and the harassment of well known ICO advisors who had given Mobi a top rating and in the last couple of days, downgraded their opinions. hard to believe that the victim of the alleged theft of tokens would warrant this change.