Hyperverse introduces 400% ROIs, withdrawals still disabled
Hyperverse is now promising investors 400% ROI. This is up from the 300% offered through HyperFund.
With withdrawals disabled throughout most of 2022, Hypervere’s 400% return comes off as a desperate cash grab.
Hyperverse is billing its new investment plans as “Hyperverse 2.0”.
Hyperverse itself only launched a few months ago, following HyperFund’s collapse.
Under Hypverse’s new 400% ROI plans, investors buy in at up to $3600. This is done on the promise of an eventual $14,400 ROI, calculated at 0.3% a day and paid in HU.
Note this is down from 0.5% previously offered under Hypverse’s 300% ROI plans.
HyperUnit is an internal points system used within Hyperverse. Affiliates have to convert it to something else to withdraw.
That brings us to Hyperverse’s rolling withdrawal problems.
Since HyperFund collapsed, Hyperverse has juggled withdrawals through MOF and HVT. These have since been disabled.
GNX was introduced as a way to punish Hyperverse affiliates who didn’t recruit. GNX withdrawals were supposed to be enabled in mid February but remain disabled.
As it stands the only way to withdraw anything from Hyperverse is to participate in their “subscription pools”.
Hypervere’s subscription pools see affiliates convert HU to HVT internally, and then dump HVT into the pools.
Once the timer runs down, a subscription pool splits up a fixed amount of cryptocurrency between affiliates. Affiliates receive pro-rata shares of the cryptocurrency amount, based on how much HVT they dumped into the pool.
Hyperverse uses the pools to slash its ROI withdrawal liabilities. Investors flock to the pools, desperate to withdraw whatever they can.
Worse off affiliates are stuck waiting for KYC verification.
HyperFund introduced KYC as a selective way to restrict withdrawals around October 2021. Affiliates targeted for withdrawal restriction report KYC verification has blown out to over 40 days.
Those that have been verified claim it took upwards of 90 days:
Another method Hyperverse has come up with to dissuade withdrawals is APY pools:
Affiliates invest HVT instead of cashing out, on the promise of an additional annual 15% ROI. During that time that’s less HVT Hyperverse has to worry about paying out on.
Hyperverse owners Ryan Xu and Sam Lee haven’t been seen for months.
Xu and Lee disappeared following reports they are wanted by Australian liquidators over tens of millions in losses.
Other Hyperverse executives are MIA too. Hyperverse Compliance Officer Ronae Jull (aka Hope Hill), has been largely absent since HyperFund’s collapse.
Stephen Lewis, an actor brought on to moonlight as Hyperverse’s CEO while Xu disappears, has also not been seen for a while.
Lewis is still active on social media, however his account is believed to be run by a Hyperverse account manager in Dubai.
Rodney Burton, one of Hyperverse’s most visible top earners, has reverted to the “multiple streams of income” pitch:
Burton, a US resident who fled to Dubai after getting in early with HyperFund, is recruiting victims for “new income producing opportunities”.
Hyperverse’s other prominent top earner, Kalpesh Patel, a UK citizen also hiding out in Dubai, is still stringing victims along with events.
Based on consistent Alexa traffic estimates dating back to HyperFund’s launch, the overwhelming majority of Hyperverse victims are believed to be US residents.
To date US authorities haven’t taken any action against Hyperverse, its executives or promoters.
Important to add is that the daily reward shrunk from 0.5% to 0.3% for the 4x packages.
For sure not officially communicated by HV but in Patel’s an German leader’s announcement it is said and meanwhile confirmed.
So for those only having the passive thing it even stalls more… The end is near.
Thanks. Funnily enough Hyperverse don’t disclose that in their internal advertising.
Wonder what the people still championing this will say now – so lucky I was able to get my investment out.
March 4? March 12? What year is this???
It’s sort of cute—in a very, very sad kind of way—how scam victims beg for help from the very people who screwed them over, as if there were feeling human beings on the other end instead of a den of thieves stalling for time.
@John – Oz probably meant March 1st and 2nd, given the review date and the “2d” and “1d” ages of the posts in the screen shot.
March 12th? March 4th is the date that particular cap was taken. Not sure where you’re getting March 12th from.
All of the withdrawal complaints cited are from the past week.
Ah the Rodney Burton grab. I scrolled up and down and still missed that.
Will fix up on my end.
edit: adjusted the date to Mar 2. Caches might take a while to update. Thanks guys.
Well, the good news is this is not a Ponzi because James Lockett told everyone it wasn’t. And we all know that James Lockett is an expert when it comes to Ponzi’s. He has never met one he didn’t love.
Taking investment advice from him is like taking investment advice from Bernie Madoff. Same results.
Thank you for the article. I have 1000 usd in this system and I am seriously doubtful I’ll get it back.
A major UK news source put out a story about Hyperverse a couple of weeks ago. Just saw it.
I guess I’m one of the fortunate ones as I’ve managed to withdraw my ‘investment’ and didn’t have any issues.
Upline has been trying to get his members to rebuy though to increase returns and also warned of gas fees to only withdraw if necessary.
It’s so sad to see these people who are relatively well off still have no morals or conscious.
has the hyperverse official group on FB been removed?
If it was there and now you can’t access it, probably.
I don’t see it anymore. Either it’s gone – which means what?
or they removed me (thought i dont know why they would remove me).
Hard to say what it means. Could be deleting evidence or FaceBook temporarily removing it. There’s not a lot of transparency on their part.
Im so sad to here that from all those people.
Because I have trusted in this company and now me to I have tried several times to withdraw but there no success, I followed all steps and I have send email 2 times to the support but I never had any return answer.
thats meaning something here are not correct, may this is realy scame.
You not being able to steal money doesn’t mean Hyperverse is a scam.
Hyper* is a scam because it’s a Ponzi scheme. All Ponzi schemes are scams.
Instead of blindly trusting scammers, learn to identify a Ponzi scheme and move on.
If I stay whit the old membership can I still use it until I get some money back or I can’t use my account to make any investment whit the old membership???
they told me that if I don’t make the 2.0 I can’t invest anymore and I just need to wait that I take my money back!
If they’re not paying you now they’re not going to start paying you. The new hoops are just to buy more time in the hope new funds will be invested.
Hyperverse collapsed last December shortly after launch (it never recovered from the HyperFund collapse).
@Andrea just take your money out of the existing membership when able to and be done with Hyperverse. Withdrawals are working for many people so just try it.
Yes that’s what I gonna do but it gonna take a long time to come out my money because I get back only 5 ju per day so is better just to wait ?
Hyperverse 3x in 600 days was one of the greatest opportunities of our lifetime and I made the best out of it.
With 4x, the company is going more stable by offering 4x in 3.65 years.
Many thanks for all the FUD you gave us and great job scaring away so many from the life changing opportunity. Learn to trust, not all is evil.
Uh, your Ponzi collapsed as HyperFund at 300%. It never recovered and now you think you’re going to be able to withdraw 400%.
Lol, no need to keep up appearances. We know Hyperverse has collapsed. Sorry for your loss.
Also trust has no place in MLM due-diligence. You knew Hyper* was a Ponzi scheme from day one.
Hahahahahaha. Be less desperate.
Can’t even withdraw a minor portion of your monopoly money due to those fantastic withdrawal pools you get to squeeze into like a fat guy into a tuxedo but you’re gonna 4x?
Less drugs more reality thanks.
Oz I don’t think it has collapsed at all. Many people are still withdrawing without issues. Those with issues are in the minority.
These new memberships are definitely designed to keep peoples money locked away for longer to keep the Ponzi going as long as possible but there is no collapse as far as I can see. They are still recruiting hard.
Withdrawal issues of any kind are the first sign of a Ponzi collapse.
Notwithstanding ongoing Hyperverse withdrawal issues since HyperFund’s collapse reboot last year.
MLM crypto Ponzi collapses can be prolonged. CashFX Group’s collapse is dragging on for 6+ months at this point.
I have struggled to withdraw since last week. First withdrawal pending for 4 days, customer service advised to cancel and try again. Did that, yet still pending on day 2.
Since the first withdrawal attempt, have lost 40% of the initial withdrawal value due to the drop in MOF price. Starting to lose faith now.
This is probably one of the biggest Ponzi frauds in history. I am pretty sure the caused damage will go into billions.
Even in germany are tons of victims, i have never seen something comparable.
Surprisingly, it is still going strong. Failed withdrawals are a small minority. Also, people reported that small withdrawals are more likely to go through than big ones.
I’m out of trust.
Speechless, my last money I put there thaught I’ll get something out of it.
Must be one of the *lucky* ones then. Invested 20k taken out 60k & still withdrawing.
Not the only one either. A friend withdraws 100k per month. If this is a scam then scam me some more….. PLEASE.
Might have sounded convincing if you stopped short of current withdrawal claims.
We know no money has flown out of Hyper* for months. At best you’ll get some shitty tokens you can’t do anything with.
Sorry for your loss.
Fucking thieving trash, you people are worse than the ones running the scams – you know it’s stealing from those who can ill afford it and don’t give a shit.
Over the last few days a family who befitted from the Madoff scandal were told they do have to pay the $ 19 million they got out. This should happen more often.
Exactly. Do these idiots believe money appears out of thin air?
You’re stealing, end of story.
I have been sending emails after emails to support, but no response.
I did my withdrawal in the 21st April 2022 till today the 29th April, my status still shows pending. I’m beginning to loose hope with all these.
I did my withdrawal since 5th April 2022 till 3rd May 2022. When I withdraw funds my status shows withdrawal failure. Why is it.
I contacted with customer service 7,8 times. Earlier they said to me after 7 days it will correct. But still not resolved my problem. Customer service also not give proper reply to my problem.
Some time they try to avoid my problem. Why’s it.
Please help me to clarify my withdrawal issue. Please reply.
Your withdrawal issue is you invested in a Ponzi scheme and your money is gone. Sorry for your loss.
They’re stringing you along, trying to buy time before they disappear entirely. Your money has been gone since you “invested” it. The only way you’ll get anything back is by stealing from someone else. That’s how Ponzis work.
Count it as a lesson learned: any scheme that promises fabulous returns is going to be a scam. Every. Single. Time.
Just run the other way next time.
Thousands have made money and got away with it. It’s sickening.
Here’s the thing – those people have not MADE money, they’ve (knowingly or unknowingly) stolen it from the people who join after them.
Get the funds back to all investors if it’s worth losing life time income their curse will not leave you dim chances of future of investors.
Ryan zu r u still there if so announce on platform that what’s intentention of funds with your organization.
Announcement of nft going on but not single Announcement on withdrawal why so.
Ryan Xu thanks you for your investment but he’s too busy hiding from authorities to get back to you.
There has been no announcement on withdrawal because Hyperverse is a Ponzi scheme.
Living it up in Dubai is expensive yo, sorry for your loss.
Yes stealing money, not making money.
Best thing those that have been scammed can do is try spread the word to avoid it happening to others.
Speak up against the people promotion this shit. They need to be exposed big time.
I think they have increased the rug pull now. People that have promoted this a lot cant withdraw themselves now. The presentations are continuing though.
Be interesting to see what happens next.
Why is my withdrawal still pending as from 2nd May 2022. Why cant I get my money? Please help me.
Your Hyperverse withdrawal is pending because you invested in a Ponzi scheme and your money is gone.
Sorry for your loss.
Why are so many people asking for help on a site that has warned them to stay away for the past year or so! Very strange.
Go to your ‘lead’.
Hope hill officially left HV on 01 May.
15 May the official TG group doesn’t allow comments due to “technical issues”
Who or what is Hope hill?
The “compliance officer” but Hope Hill isn’t even her real name lol.
The end of Hyperverse seems to have come. All top leaders and administrators have withdrawn from the TG group and deleted their postings.
Such as Kalpesh Patel aka @KalpeshPatelx , Keith Williams aka @K33THW, Rodney Burton aka @Bitcoinrodney. The last active retainers were Dean aka @HC_Deanx and Kenzo aka @HC_Kenzo.
All postings or proof that these people belong to this TG Group have been diligently destroyed. Now the last person who believes in profits from Hyperverse should finally understand that it is an exit scam.
“But, but, but…RODNEY. He’s a nice guy! He’s a great businessman and a visionary! He’s been in the crypto industry for years.
People follow him because he’s…good and honest and legitimate! He’s made as lot of money so he MUST be legit.”
It is over. HVT Price is now below 60 cents and dropping quickly. No more fresh money to keep the price up at one dollar.
It should go offline within days if they dont reboot their scam quickly, but seeing how even hyperverse was already dead on arrival it is hard to believe that they can play this game any longer.
If all the main players are gone do we hire a hacker. Or hv the attorney General shut it down.
Don’t think Dubai has Attorney Generals. And Hyper* already has a hacker, “Mr. H” lololol.
Dubai does have an Attorney General. The Attorney General of the Government of the Emirate of Dubai.
Located in the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts, The Gate District, Dubai, UAE.
Really? Wow, that must be the cushiest job ever.
@Oz. Yep, agree, the most simplistic job in the whole world.