Hyperverse manually approving rejected withdrawal requests
Hyperverse claims its created “a virtual metaverse comprising of millions of planets”, through which it will allow investors to enter “the age of interstellar migration”.
With that in mind and remembering Hyperverse supposedly has “1000 IT professionals” slaving away 24/7, news of manually approved withdrawal requests is baffling.
In a recent communication to investors with denied withdrawal requests, Hyperverse wrote;
To all the users who have submitted their withdrawal failure form up to 14th January 2022, we have received a total 8957 submission of which 1035 were duplicates, 1329 incomplete submissions (or wrong format) & 886 submissions with users’ information mismatch.
We are glad to inform the remaining 3704 users would be in our withdrawal final review list.
Our team will reach out to them within 5 working days via email. Please do check your email for further instructions and refrain from making any withdrawal again during this processing time.
Do note that due to the large amount of submissions pending for review, the review team will require some time for the entire process to be completed.
Ryan Xu has mastered “interstellar migration” but can’t set up an automated payment processor?
And what the heck is a “withdrawal final review list”?
People invested funds into HyperFund/Hyperverse on the expectation of an advertised 300% ROI. Either Hyperverse has that money to pay out or they don’t.
The second half of the update pertains to successful withdrawal requests, which Hyperverse frames as “intentional exploitation”.
To the 2003 submission, which are identified as exploiting intentionally on the platform, We would like to strongly emphasise again that there will be zero tolerance against this group of users.
Some users who has been crossing the line severely despite countless warnings have already had their accounts freezed and restricted accordingly.
We hope all community members can enjoy, participate & benefit from our ecosystem in a fairplay and healthy environment.
C’mon guys, fairplay means letting Xu and the gang spend your money in Dubai.
Quit putting in those pesky withdrawal requests!
So far it all works fine.
Come with proof and not only comments. Or are the banks afraid they are loosing clients.
If by “works” you mean thousands of withdrawal requests are being denied because Ponzi, then sure.
Pretty sure the banks don’t give a stuff. So long as they file SFARs regulators will limit investigations to Hyperverse, its executives and top promoters.
Need to speak to your Psychiatrist about that denial.
Do you have any concrete evidence or it’s jus your shit speculations. (Ozedit: snip, see below)
You’ve literally been provided an official communication from Hyperverse in this article.
If you’re illiterate, get someone to explain it to you. Ignoring the evidence doesn’t make it go away.
Slow day on the ponzi farm?
Ok, so now Hyperponzi starts to gather info, they have requested my id to verify that … Well what?
Why do they want this, do they want to steal my personal info as well and to some quirky shit?
At a Facebook group regarding Hyperponzi, a couple of users reported that an email has been sent out mail to catch all accounts that are using the same email on multiple accounts.
I guess they will be banned, and thrown out of the city and all cRyp70br0z will be shouting *shame shame shame*
Out of the 1000 withdraw failures. The hyperverse has 2 million members. The support team like they said is working on those 1000 members accounts. Failed withdraws do to duplicate memberships.
Also it’s not illegal in the United States so if nopal is having is giving hyperverse/Hyperfund a fraudulent warning does not have to do with all of the world. Thanks post this please.
1. It’s not 1000 withdrawal failures, it’s multiple thousands.
2. There’s been a bajillion withdrawal failures prior to this, dating back to HyperFund collapsing in late November. And the latest is KYC being used to reject withdrawals.
3. This is a false equivalence. It assumes all 2 million email addresses have put in withdrawal requests.
Hyperverse is not registered with the SEC. Securities fraud is illegal in the US and everywhere else in the world.
Nobody said Nepal’s warning applied to the world. You made that up.
Hi, I am trying to withdraw from Hyperfund but my withdrawal has failed twice.
Why might this be. Does the email that I use for for my Hoo account need to be the same or are they just not letting the money out?
Thanks in advance.
Because Hyperverse is a Ponzi scheme. Sorry for your loss.
Has anybody still facing issues with withdrawing?
I’m sort or lost the hope I can withdraw money from this. Should we accept our money is gone for good into this trap?
Hyperverse collapsed in December 2021. Sorry for your loss.