HyperNation Review- Scam

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All but a few people who are lying about getting paid by the Hyperverse Ponzi scheme have come to embrace it as a fact.

Although we did not predict Hyperverse’s demise, we have been tracking the company’s withdrawal issues since January.

Something odd is going on right now. Both HyperOne and HyperNation have risen to prominence in recent times.

Additionally, it appears that there is a power struggle within the Ponzi Hyperverse as to where the money will be directed. In a weird turn of events, HyperOne was revealed earlier this month.

When HyperTech co-founder Samuel Lee appeared on YouTube in 2018, it sparked a flurry of interest (aka Xue Lee).

HyperTech was founded by Lee and Ryan Xu many years ago. The HyperCapital, HyperFund, and HyperversePonzi schemes were all launched by HyperTech.

Misrepresenting a 2022 Ponzi launch in a 2018 marketing film raises red flags right away, as you could expect.

HyperOne’s official YouTube channel also featured videos for Kalpesh Patel and Keith Williams, two of HyperFund’s top earners.

A video answer from Kalpesh Patel quickly emerged, in which he denied any involvement with HyperOne.

Those responsible for HyperOne’s YouTube channel replied by removing the videos from their channel as well.

Promotional material for HyperOne, despite being on the company’s official YouTube account, has been attributed to a third-party.

Otherwise, HyperOne appears to be an identical copy of HyperFund and Hyperverse.

There are three ways to encourage new investor recruitment: daily dividends, a new HOT Crap coin, and an MLM comp plan.

It’s a little unusual that Sam Lee and Ryan Xu broke up and went their separate ways for HyperOne’s marketing campaign.

HyperOne’s website features Ryan Xu’s company, CollinStar Capital: “I hadn’t heard of HyperNation until a reader pointed it out to me last week.”

HyperNation also claims to be Hyperverse’s successor. The official HyperNation Facebook page was set up on May 18th, four days ago.

Since May 9th, they’ve been bombarding Twitter with messages.

HyperNation has yet to be met in person by anyone.

For marketing videos for HyperNation, use this overdubbed dork:

marketing slogan The world is “corrupt and unjust,” according to HyperNation. Money is being lost in MLM crypto Ponzi schemes as the only way out.

In spite of the fact that the term “cult” is tossed around like candy these days, HyperNation’s campaign feels more like a weak attempt at indoctrination.

It’s not clear how foolish you have to be to accept the pitch. HyperOne’s “manifesto” video, on the other hand, is nearing 10,000 views.

As of this writing, 499 people had given the video a “thumbs up.”

HyperNation, unlike HyperOne, has yet to put up a website. Which is alarming when you realize that the projected relaunch of the Ponzi scheme is only 24 hours away.

HyperNation does indeed appear hurriedly put together. The May 27th launch date has been revealed by HyperOne.

HyperFund and Hyperverse’s top net-winners have both endorsed HyperNation. After Lee and Xu went into hiding and Rodney Burton quietly cashed out and dicked off, Kalpesh Patel became the face of Hyperverse’s financial fraud, which is also being promoted through Hyperverse’s official social media outlets.

HyperFund/Hyperverse is carried on by both HyperOne and HyperNation, despite their differing marketing messages.

NFT investment positions are mentioned below the surface of the market.

Just another way for the three-times-defeated Ponzi scheme to cram additional crypto buzzwords into its already overstuffed marketing message.

The upcoming releases of each of these products next week should be exciting.

If you don’t see Ryan Xu and Sam Lee on video talking about HyperOne or HyperNation, you can presume that they’ve cashed out and someone else is in charge of the company.

We’ve seen a lot of people involved with HyperFund and Hyperverse flee to Dubai in the last year or two.

Because of that, liquidators in Australia have recovered $49 million, but there’s a deeper rationale for it.

Stay tuned for the outcome of the reboot civil war in the Hyperverse next week.

All but a few people who are lying about getting paid by the Hyperverse Ponzi scheme have come to embrace it as a fact. Although we did not predict Hyperverse’s demise, we have been tracking the company’s withdrawal issues since January. Something odd is going on right now. Both HyperOne and HyperNation have risen to…

All but a few people who are lying about getting paid by the Hyperverse Ponzi scheme have come to embrace it as a fact. Although we did not predict Hyperverse’s demise, we have been tracking the company’s withdrawal issues since January. Something odd is going on right now. Both HyperOne and HyperNation have risen to…

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