The HyperFund Fraud – FCA Adds Scam’s Website To Their Warning
Hello my friends and welcome to The HyperFund Fraud Review! You might be here because someone referred you to this company. Or maybe you might be part of this company already and are looking for some updates. Well, either way you are at the right place. This is definitely not the first blog post I write about this company. Just type in “HyperFund” on the search bar here in my blog page and see all the blogs I’ve done about them.
So this is probably the most recent updates as far as what’s been going on with them in the past couple of weeks. I say this as I’m writing this blog post on September 27th, 2021. So here it is. Back some moths ago, the UK’s FCA or Financial Conduct Authority took the lead on issuing the first securities fraud warning to this company. What this initial warning did is to put their affiliates on notice.
The HyperFund – Fraud Warning Update
But now, the FCA decided to do an update to it’s warning. They actually made it very explicit to make sure HyperFund’s home website is in there on the warning. Take a look at it right below:
This warning just took place a few days ago on August 31st, 2021. So it was really more like an update to their original securities warning. But there is a reason why the FCA decided to do this update. What was happening is that some of the HyperFund affiliates where spreading some miss information all over the internet. They were trying to say that the original warning was actually not theirs. But instead that it was another company using a similar website and name. But we all now now that this is not the case. In fact I know this company was a total Ponzi scam since day one.
The HyperFund – Regulator’s Role
What usually happens is that the regulators usually do name the main domains on their warnings. But sometimes they can also name a company while targeting some sort of local promotion through other domains that are associated with the company. Some of these companies use more than one domain for different aspects of their company. Some of them might even become more popular than the actual home website domain. But now it is more than clear that we are talking about the only one fraud company HyperFund. There is only one, so make sure if you do come across this company you do know that it’s them in fact.
So understand that it’s all pretty much the same as what I warned people since the beginning. This company has been committing securities fraud since day one. Interestingly enough, HyperFund has appointed “Hope Hill” as their Compliance Offices. But seems that this person is nowhere to be found. In my experience doing reviews like this one I’ve found a lot of fake names, fake people and even fake actors that do real videos posing for these scams. It’s really incredible all the things these scammers come out with these days. That’s why you need to be careful before you invest with these types of firms.
The Largest Scam 2021
When we look at HyperFund, this is probably the largest and biggest MLM Scams operating today. Ryan Xu launched this scam back in mid 2020. This company is pretty much a continuation of HyperCapital. This was a company that Ryan Xu launched before he launched HyperFund. It ended being a Ponzi scam and many people lost a lot of money. Ryan Xu is the guy behind this operation. As of now we don’t really know where he is hiding. But we do know that he has ties to South East Asia and Australia.
The last time I looked at their traffic source, I was able to find out that the top ranks are coming from the US with 28% of the traffic, Canada with a 10% and India with a 6%. So the real question is who will be the next country to release a new fraud warning? I’m thinking there is a strong chance that the US or Canada will be next. It is not a matter of IF, but most likely a matter of WHEN this will happen. So, again, you have been warned. Do not invest in this firm, and if you are already part of it hopefully you can get out on time…. But honestly I doubt you will be able.
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