aTriz also has managed Confido.Io
which turned out to be a scam after the end of the ICO. I was part of it from the start and it has weekly post counts and the payments will be received "at the end of the campaign"
. Confido based on their website (which is gone now) raised more than 200,000$ meaning all the participants will get maximum pay. But after the ICO has ended I didn't receive anything and I later find out that the ICO turned out to be a scam and the developers left without any trace. But the good thing is aTriz decided to give us some kind of compensation payment that I received late, the payment is also nowhere near the payment I supposed to originally receive.
In Red, this is where aTriz took the risk in Confido campaign and later compensated from his own pocket.
I don't know what was the deal between aTriz and Confido. But as an experienced campaign manager, aTriz should not have taken that kind of risk.
Managers should stay transparent and should keep themselves safe from any sort of risks.
I mean they should ask for advance payment from the project owners and keep in their own custody or in an escrow, otherwise should ignore the project.
And one thing more, if any project owners want reputed managers to join their team, then they should not take this offer into consideration.
Because, if later that project turns out to be a scam then the reputed manager gets busted and the owners are gone far away. And a disclaimer works fine I think in managers favor.
I will follow above protocol for myself if I ever offer managing service - I believe this will keep my rep intact.