HyperVerse Scammer James Lockett Lies About Securities Fraud

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Hello my friends and welcome to my HyperVerse Scammer blog post. As you can see I do start by telling you a massive fact. But let’s get into is so you know this is for real. This will be just facts for you. So HyperVerse is pretty much the same HyperFund scam. Affiliates are still logging in to the HyperFund accounts through HyperVerse. Let’s continue with my HyperVerse scammer blog post.

So now a lot of affiliates are really worried getting a feel of what’s about to happen. But to keep the affiliates still believing in the scam they’ve decided to have James Lockett lie about the reality. This guy is a real serial Ponzi promoter with a long history of promoting all kinds of scams in the past.

HyperVerse Scammer 30 Minute Video

So I just finished watching this 30 minute video where this guy talks to the HyperVerse affiliates. Here in this video you will find some cheap talk about compliance and marketing. At some point he starts explaining the supposed false regulatory problems. But at this point we know that they’ve been breaking the law. Here is where he talks about some countries that have issued fraud warnings against HyperFund (Now HyperVerse).

I have done a few blogs about this topic. Some of the countries are Germany, India, New Zealand, UK, Guernsey and Bermuda. So this guy James Lockett tells affiliates that the regulators might have some questions and that some people might have misunderstood them. That this is why you might see some negative press out there. Also how HyperFund is a total different model than HyperVerse. Let’s continue with my HyperVerse scammer blog post.

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HyperVerse Scammer – Are They Registered With Regulators?

But the reality is that these fraud warnings apply to both of these companies. They are really the same model but with different names now. Keep in mind that any country with a financial regulator will regulate securities. This means that HyperVerse needs to register with them and file audited reports. The main point of doing this is to verify that new members are not the one paying existing members. This is precisely what is happening here with HyperVerse. They choose to go without registering and therefore committing securities fraud in multiple countries.

On this video, Lockett even goes as far a saying that they even met with one regulator. And that this supposed regulator is very happy with the new HyperVerse setup. He goes on to explain how HyperFund is a totally different membership than HyperVerse. So that those warnings only really apply to HyperFund and not HyperVerse. But the reality is that the FCA in the UK just added HyperVerse to their warning as well. Let’s continue with my HyperVerse scammer blog post.

Laws VS Cheap Talks

So this guy is clearly lying to the affiliates in this video. He goes on to say that their membership at HyperVerse is an unregulated membership. This scammers pretty much tell investors all the opposite of what the laws are. Pretty much they are saying that securities fraud is legal if you can call it a membership. And that Ponzi scams are legal if you can separate them from membership.

But of course we know that Lockett is straight up lying and he knows what the real truth is. Then he goes on and talks about some things that other publications and myself have pointed out. He encourages affiliates to discredit any negative press. For example, he goes on and talks about how Xu and Lee hiding from authorities is a total lie. Also he talks about how their new CEO is legit.

HyperVerse Scammer Xu And Lee

But the fact is that Xu and Lee (co-founders of these scams) have fled to Dubai. They are indeed hiding from Blockchain Global liquidators. This is because Blockchain Global (their other company) recently collapsed leaving a $48.9 million AUD in losses.

And let’s look at their new CEO Steven Reece. Is this guy a real legit CEO? Well, the problem is that this guy doesn’t even exist outside of the company. There is no verifiable digital footprint of this guy anywhere online. As far as we know he is just another fake payed actor at best.

For some reason the SEC hasn’t even given a fraud warning yet. But the scammers know how much popularity HyperFund has been gaining lately worldwide. Perhaps, HyperVerse is their strategy to avoid persecution from the SEC. Only time will tell, but I see a collapse around the corner. So I recommend for you to stay away from HyperVerse because you will have a guaranteed big loss.

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