I received an email from someone I haven’t heard from for about 6 years, maybe you have also received one from a old “friend”
If you watch the 18 minute Ted Talk first, It will help you understand more about the investment opportunity.
The company Shirley https://www.fb.com/shirley.berryman and I have just invested in (purchased a membership) is in the process of becoming a major power house on the block chain. They have 1 million members currently who have invested $1 billion. Their goal is 30,000,000. Passive investors can triple their money in (600 days) members who share the program can make a fortune. You guys would be brilliant in this business- it’s the best passive income retirement plan I have ever seen.
Give me a call once you have seen it love to catch up
Talk again soon hopefully.
Regards Kent https://www.fb.com/kent.berryman.3
I asked for the name of the company that he is suggesting that I invest my hard earned dollars in “Hyperverse“. I went straight to the FMA and found some information on the renamed company Hyperfund now called Hyperverse.
Financial Markets Authority states; “HyperFund operates on a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) model and claims to offers passive investment opportunities. We have received reports of them recruiting affiliate investors in New Zealand. It is not registered or licensed to provide financial services/products in New Zealand. The website thehyperfund.com now redirects to thehyperverse.net.”
I said this is MLM and not legal in New Zealand, we should be warning people about these not promoting them. Kent insisted that I was wrong, didn’t know what I was talking about and said he had met with financial advisers and it is not a Ponzi scheme or Scam. I despair how people are brainwashed into this.
Hyperverse is creating a lot of hype on the Internet and they are passing of the name metaverse. The metaverse is the next evolution of social connection. Our company’s vision is to help bring the metaverse to life, so we are changing our name to reflect our commitment to this future. – Mark Zuckerberg
Savvy people think they are smarter than the scam, they do short-term investments, they get the money out and then make a quick buck, in the meantime other investors “friends”, lose every penny it not ethical or legal to promote such schemes in New Zealand.
Easy Crypto explains – Referral commissions are paid to affiliates that recruit new users which then places them at the top of a unilevel team. To join an affiliate membership, a purchase of 300, 500, or 1000 HU is required by sending USDT at a 1:1 ratio. The promise from Hyperfund; 0.5 – 1% daily rewards totaling a 200-300% ROI paid in HU. HU is an internal token that holds no real value, to take profit on HU you must convert to MOF through Hyperfund then withdraw to an exchange. The problem here; MOF could lose value rapidly like Xu’s failed HyperCash shown below and you could be left with much less than your initial investment.
Read more about this on my Blog
This Ponzi Scheme Is Starting to Fall – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGS31o5O4-4
Court freezes $8.75m
My affiliate link https://easycrypto.com/?ref=90691084
New Zealand Financial Advisors
Archive History of thehyperfund.online
Quora Chat Rooms
Superscam Returns: Kalpesh Patel is back with a crypto-nightmare called Hyperverse.
#Hyperverse #Hyperfund #HyperverseScam #HyperfundScam #dehek
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