Reviews on Trustpilot for Hyperfund are overwhelmingly positive.
How can this be?
Does this mean that they are 100% legit?
Let’s find out…
Does something that is paying out for now mean that it isn’t a scam?
To understand the answer to this question, read on and I will explain it to you.
I have been doing these types of reviews (Passive MLM Systems) since 2017 and MLM reviews in general since 2013.
I have seen a lot of companies, systems and people come and go.
Type of Platform: MLM Passive Investment System
The Main Hook or Ruse Behind Hyperfund?
Affiliates are telling their prospects that they can earn a 1% daily ROI passively WITHOUT RECRUITING.
Is this really the case?
Hyperfund The Company:
**Update: Hyperfund changed their name to Hyperverse in late November! This was because they received too many fraud warnings.
The domain was privately registered on June 16, 2020 making it 380 days old at the time of me writing this Review article.
So far, Hyperfund has 6 Investor Fraud Warning Alerts from:
3- New Zealand
To appear ‘legitimate’ Hyperfund has issued a ‘Due Diligence’ report which appears very sketchy in itself.
The company is owned by another company called Hypertech. This is the third version of re-launch of 3 previously collapsed systems of the same nature.
The last one was called HyperCapital (Hyper Capital) and that turned out to be a ‘failed’ attempt in trying to resurrect an almost worthless token (that they somehow got on exchanges) called Hypercash (HCash).
HyperCapital’s website has been abandoned however their domain has been sold and a new ‘anonymous’ group of people are trying to capitalize off of it.
The first system was called Hypercash aka HCash.
The good news about Hyperfund is that they actually have real people and real leadership on their website and in their community.
The bad news is their leaders are known for promoting scammy programs in the past.
The founder is Ryan Xu who claims he is from Australia. Hyperfund is listing him as a co-founder but I get a strong feeling that he is the main guy behind the scenes.
Usually with these types of systems, there are undisclosed business men that own and silently run the organization from secrecy from above.
They remain anonymous but usually have ‘front’ men who put their names and identities ‘in front’ of the company to reassure customers and clients for ‘credibility’ purposes.
*These guys are just ‘hired hands or front men’.
And this trio does not disappoint because they sure do look like good boys!
The chairman is a fellow named Sam Lee (above) and then there is the CEO a very young looking dude named Jayden Wei:
Jayden looks so young. I don’t think I have personally seen any CEO of any company look as young as this fellow. He gives me the impression that he is the son of someone who is a higher up (anonymous owners) the ladder in this Hyperfund company.
What do you think?
Hypefund Product Line:
They have no retail able products of services. Affiliates and Network Marketing Distributors can only market and promote their affiliate links to unsuspecting investors.
They are advertising a big list of products that are a big smoke and mirror show that is being used as some kind of Pseudo Compliance ruse to seem like a legitimate company.
Here is a list of products behind affiliate memberships:
- HyperPay – Multi-ecology digital wallet, integrating several functions into one platform
- HyperFIN – Providing comprehensive digital financial services
- HyperBC – Blockchain-encrypted bank for the future, providing encrypted asset custody services
- HPX – Provide safe and fast currency/legal tender transactions
- HyperMining – Provide high-speed, low-energy computing chips and mining machines, so that mining is no longer out of reach
- HyperTalk – Provide high-speed, low-energy computing chips and mining machines, so that mining is no longer out of reach
- Hyper News – Blockchain instant messaging software in the crypto world
- HyperMall – Smart contract with matchmaking transactions, with zero need to convert fiat into cryptocurrencies
- HyperSHOW – Higher quality of livestream content, sustainable development for the community
Hypefund Compensation Plan:
The compensation plan is tied to 3 levels of investment into HU: 300, 500 and 1,000 units of HU tokens (as explained below).
Affiliates and Investors convert their money into Tether (USDT) and then invest that into what’s known as HU a token created internally by Hypertech.
According to Hyperfund’s marketing material, they are promising a 300% return.
It takes 600 days for an investor to triple their original investment (according to the plan) but only 200 days to get back their original invested funds.
*Once the 300% ROI is paid out, re-investment is required to keep earning.
*All pay outs are made in HU points.
*20% of all commissions paid out is withheld by Hyperfund for reinvestment in various tokens they are promoting. In other words…
Investors are only getting back 80% per withdrawal and this can be seen as a ‘hidden’ fee.
What you need to understand about HU is that it holds no value outside of Hyperfund.
In order for investors to turn HU into real money, this is the process according to what Hyperfund has stated in their faq:
Once your earned Rewards equal at least SOHU, simply Transfer to the financial ledger, exchange for MOF, withdraw MOF to an external exchange, and sell the MOF for whatever currency is supported on that exchange (such as USDT).
MLM Recruitment (referral commissions):
Hyperfund is using a Uni Level comp plan. They are paying to a depth of twenty levels deep to people as a ‘reward’ for bringing their family and friends to the platform who invest:
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) — 20%
- level 2–15%
- level 3–10%
- levels 4 to 6–5%
- levels 7 to 15–2%
- levels 16 to 20–1%
Cost To Join Hyperfund:
Investment is linked to investors ‘buying’ into HU Coins in the 300, 500 or 1,000 units package.
In other words the investors are exchanging their USDT for HU Tokens for a promised 300% ROI.
Hyperfund The Conclusion:
Get All The Facts About Hyperfund Before You Join:
Hyperfund is being marketed and promoted as some Blockchain Group of ‘experts’ but in reality it’s just another MLM / Network Marketing company that isn’t set up fully legal.
They are promising people who are willing to ‘invest’ into their own in house tokens (HU) in exchange for real legitimate and value based Tether (USDT).
Investors ‘buy’ into a 300, 500 or 1,000 HU package.
Once revenue starts to die off (network marketing recruitment), the Hyperfund scheme collapses and the majority of investors are left holding worthless HU Tokens.
At the end of the day, Ryan Xu and his homies are after the ’real’ Crypto (USDT) that is being donated by unsuspecting investors.
1- No Proof of Revenue ‘outside’ of Network Marketing Recruitment to pay the investors.
2- Unregistered Securities Offering:
Most of the traffic going to Hyperfund’s website is coming from The US, Canada and India (at the time of writing this article.
Hyperfund is not registered anywhere in the world to offer a passive investment opportunity (Securities) to the public anywhere in the world especially The US and Canada.
Why is this bad?
Because once they start getting fraud warnings (and this has already started in the UK), new investors will be hesitant in investing deeming Hyperfund as too much risk (triggering a collapse in regards to recruitment income drying up).
3- If the real owners of Hyperfund could actually come up with a way to get a 0.5 – 1% daily ROI, then why do they need a random stranger such as your self?
Why would they need a Network Marketing Compensation Plan?
Why would they need Network Marketers?
If these guys can actually come up with a way to make 0.5% daily ROI, then all they need to do is march into the biggest bank in Hong Kong or Australia and take out a huge investors loan and make Billions upon Billions of dollars silently for themselves.
What’s The Real Truth Behind All The Trustpilot Reviews?
Well this is not rocket science.
Most of these ‘positive’ reviews are being left by the Hyperfund Affiliates (AKA – Network Marketers).
And with Network Marketers there comes the norm…
They will sugarcoat anything that are promoting just to get people in.
Yes 99.9% of all those Hyperfund Trustpilot Reviews have been left by ambitious Network Marketers who are desperately trying to get their prospects to ‘buy’ in through their referral links to earn a commission.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with Affiliate Marketing or Network Marketing but there is something wrong if the majority of Hyperfund Distributors are telling others that they can get in and make ‘passive’ money ‘without referring’ and all the passive people need to do is join through a ‘referral’ link.
There are all kinds of ‘cock and bull’ stories being spread by Network Marketers in a desperate attempt to keep getting new investors who are gullible enough to donate their hard earned money into the Hyperfund scheme to keep it going.
But none of their outstanding claims are ever proven.
In the end Hyperfund uses Network Marketers and an MLM Comp Plan for revenue to pay their investors.
The investor fraud warnings are starting to pile up now even though the admins are doing their best to train affiliates not to use the words ‘investment’ and ‘ROI’ and to replace them with the words ‘club’ and ‘rewards’.
At the end of the day, no matter what they try and call it, Hyperfund is an illegal investment scheme not registered anywhere outside of Australia.
But what’s even worse than this is the fact that once network marketing recruitment dies out (the recruitment of new investors to pay the older ones), the system will collapse and most people will end up losing way more than they ever gain.
It will be a long 200 to 600 day wait for most people to see if this scheme will really reward them with a triple investment.
And this is IF they last that long.
Rory Singh is a Home Business Development Coach, Blogger and You Tube Publisher.
I have seen many people, companies and systems come and go in my years online. I have 3 decades of experience in the MLM industry (since the 80’s) and have been online since 2006 (as an affiliate marketer).
I have been doing Reviews since 2013.
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