I reviewed hyperfund a little while back.
Even though all their affiliates and distributors claim it’s not an investment but a membership club, they still managed to get in trouble with the New Zealand Securities regulator.
Their affiliates and network marketing distributors still claim it’s 100% legal and legit.
According to New Zealand’s FMA...
The FMA are concerned HyperFund may be operating a scam.
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 UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has also cautioned the public about HyperFund on 23 March 2021. View the warning.
The FMA recommend exercising caution when dealing with this entity.
After Hyperfund got an investors fraud warning from Securities Regulator (UK FCA), instead of registering with the FCA, Ryan Xu and other ponzi scheme admins hired a lady called Hope Hill to look over compliance.
Hope instructed all of their active network marketing distributors to NOT ever use the words “Investment’, but instead to use words like membership club and rewards.
A lot of good that did because right after, Hyperfund still managed to get in trouble with India.
Instead of just telling their victims that Hyperfund is a ponzi scheme that relies on recruitment for revenue, ambitious network marketers are making some ridiculous claims…
Hyperfund doesn’t have a shopping mall, a bank or any of the other BS claims that these networkers keep lying about:
Once network marketing recruitment dries up (after they start getting more investors fraud warnings), this will starve the community of revenue and trigger a collapse and eventually an exit scam.
In the end, most of the investors will lose most of their hard earned money to Ryan Xu and his gang.
Rory Singh is a Home Business Development Coach, Blogger and You Tube Publisher
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