Hyperverse Review- Scam

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The company that handles payments for Hyperverse, HyperPay, is acting like it has nothing to do with the Ponzi scheme.

A few days ago, the strange news was shared on Twitter.   

Over the years, HyperPay has handled all of HyperTech’s Ponzi schemes on the inside.   

We priviously reviewed HyperCapital, and talked about HyperPay.

When HyperCapital went bankrupt, it was turned into HyperFund. After HyperFund failed, it was turned into Hyperverse.

In all three of HyperTech’s Ponzi schemes, HyperPay has been the same.

The only reason HyperPay has its own Twitter account is because owner Ryan Xu uses a bunch of fake companies to run his Ponzi scheme. \

I guess having a lot of logos on the marketing materials makes it easier to trick investors who are easy to fool.

One reason HyperPay might say it has nothing to do with Hyperverse is that there are still problems with withdrawals.

We last heard from Hyperverse at the beginning of March. At the time, they had just started a new plan with a 400% return on investment (ROI), but they were still not letting people withdraw their money.

Some withdrawals went through in the past month, but investors are finding out that once their plans are over, they can’t get their money.

On the bright side, HyperPay is one of the few parts of HyperTech that still talks to the outside world.

Ryan Xu has been on the run since late 2021 and hasn’t been seen since. Sam Lee has also vanished, and Hyperverse Boris CEO Steven Lewis isn’t much more than a Twitter bot that posts “cringe” posts.

Except for Kalpesh Patel, most of the top earners in the Hyperverse have quietly moved on to other things.

The company that handles payments for Hyperverse, HyperPay, is acting like it has nothing to do with the Ponzi scheme. A few days ago, the strange news was shared on Twitter.    Over the years, HyperPay has handled all of HyperTech’s Ponzi schemes on the inside.    We priviously reviewed HyperCapital, and talked about HyperPay.…

The company that handles payments for Hyperverse, HyperPay, is acting like it has nothing to do with the Ponzi scheme. A few days ago, the strange news was shared on Twitter.    Over the years, HyperPay has handled all of HyperTech’s Ponzi schemes on the inside.    We priviously reviewed HyperCapital, and talked about HyperPay.…

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