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Hyperverse has received a pyramid scheme fraud warning from the Bank of Hungary. As per the Bank of Hungary’s August 19th warning; HyperFund, which has been advertised more and more frequently in Hungarian social media lately, operates as a multi-level marketing (MLM) type business. The key element of the system is membership, which can be [Continue reading...]

Source: Hyperverse pyramid scheme warning from Hungary

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