Whitepapers allow for potential purchasers to understand the technical details and specifications of a system and I stand by my recommendation that no one should ever give a penny to a project that lacks one.
Releasing your whitepaper seven months after your launch is duplicitous.
Which service can the tokens currently be used for?
Why issue a token on the blockchain if it is going to be centralized anyway? Just set up a database.
You launched the crowdsale contract at the same time you wrote your medium post about why it was created.
And finally I am not a concern troll. I will continue to do what I have always done in this space, for projects both small and large, and draw attention to where I see potential for people to be defrauded.