HyperPay, Hyperverse’s cost processor, denies any involvement within the Ponzi scheme.
The odd announcement was made on Twitter not too long ago.
We have not too long ago heard some confusion regarding HyperPay and Hyperverse. In brief, HyperPay has nothing to do with Hyperverse, and we have not fashioned any relationship but.
Beforehand, we reviewed HyperCapital.
After HyperCapital failed, it grew to become HyperFund. After HyperFund failed, it grew to become Hyperverse. All three HyperTech Ponzi schemes use HyperPay.
HyperPay solely exists as a result of proprietor Ryan Xu runs his Ponzi rip-off by way of a slew of shell companies. I feel it is simpler to idiot gullible buyers with plenty of logos.
One motive HyperPay could also be denying any connection to Hyperverse is continuous withdrawal points.
Hyperverse was final seen in early March. They’d simply introduced a brand new 400% ROI plan whereas blocking withdrawal requests.
Some selective withdrawals went by way of final month, however most buyers are discovering they cannot pay out till their plans expire. Plus, HyperPay is likely one of the few remaining HyperTech parts that communicates publicly.
Ryan Xu has been lacking since late 2021. Sam Lee has vanished, and Hyperverse Boris CEO Steven Lewis is sort of a Twitter bot.
Aside from Kalpesh Patel, most prime Hyperverse earners have quietly left.