VTF Capital thinks that the brevity is the soul of wit. The shorter, the better. Nothing interesting to tell future investors? Ok, let it be. A boring website anywhere you click? Well, that’s not a circus, but a serious investment company. The team should be definitely enlarged and include more professionals from financial and investment fields. Except for an office in Las Vegas, they also have branches in Los Angeles & San Francisco, however, there are no instructions on how to find them. The main logo doesn’t exist, it’s not shown. The social networks are abandoned, no one cares. It’s probably a sign that the company stopped working, but something tells me that it’s a wrong statement.
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