The Cypriot CySEC has already warned about Ti-Gi (www.ti-gi.com) broker on September 2, 2021, stating that it would not be regulated by it. Today, the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) has also issued a warning. The Ti-Gi website claims to be an investment firm regulated by CySEC with license number 821/14, the FSC in Mauritius, and the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC) in Belize. These claims are, of course, bullshit. Ti-Gi is a scam. Period. Stay far away.
Furthermore, the Ti-Gi terms and conditions state Vanuatu as the relevant jurisdiction. The various claims on the different pages of the Ti-Gi website are false, partly nonsensical, and contradictory. Forexbrokerz has recently brought a review detailing these many nonsensical claims regarding regulations. Among other things, Ti-Gi is also said to have faked a (worthless anyway) license from the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC).
The only payment option available to potential victims is Bitcoins (BTC).
These scammers are apparently convinced that it does not even take a meaningful representation to the potential victims to steal their money. The sad truth is that it is not too difficult to steal from victims in the cyberfinance space. No consumer should fall for this Ti-Gi bullshit. Unfortunately, the incoming reports from victims prove us wrong. Stay far away, turn on your mind, and don’t give your nonsensical greed a chance.