People impersonating The ASO Project

Last Updated January 2nd, 2024

We've been made aware of a concerning situation where scammers are pretending to be associated with our organization, The ASO Project. They have been targeting individuals, offering fraudulent job opportunities in exchange for cryptocurrency payments. Unfortunately, this has resulted in some individuals falling victim to these scams.

We want to emphasize that you should NEVER engage with any website or email claiming to represent The ASO Project unless it originates from our official domain,, or uses the email address. If you have any doubts or suspicions regarding a request or communication, please don't hesitate to contact us through our official contact form for verification.

It's important to note that we do not conduct job interviews or make job offers through platforms like WhatsApp, Skype, or other social media channels. Furthermore, we never require cash deposits from anyone as a condition for working with us.

It has come to our attention that scammers may also be using the names of other mobile growth agencies in a similar manner. We urge you to exercise extra caution and verify the authenticity of any communication if you have any doubts.

Your security and trust are of utmost importance to us, and we are actively working to address this issue and protect our community from these fraudulent activities. Thank you for your vigilance and cooperation in ensuring the safety and integrity of our organization.