Because Kalpesh Patel, a UK citizen who lives in Dubai, is active for 10+ years in Pyramid schemes, Scams, Frauds and money laundering around the world.
According to our sources he is making an estimated $3 million per month and is Hyperfund – Hyperverse Top promoter, a $500 million+ Pyramid Scheme.
Kalpesh Patel is a very intelligent scammer and knows EXACTLY:
- Who to scam (young people)
- How to set up a scam
- How to execute a scam
- How to leave his downline in the dust after the company collapse.
A small overview (we might have missed a few…) about his involvement in scams, bankrupt companies and frauds in the past 10 years:
- Operation Tarlac – a $15 Million fraud case in the UK. As a result Kalpesh was sentenced to 12 months in prison in the UK:
“As a matter of history, from February 2015, Mr Patel was the subject of an investigation by Lincolnshire Police in relation to allegations of money laundering and fraud, involving some £12 million.
He was charged with criminal offences of money-laundering and fraud arising from that investigation. In due time he was tried at the Crown Court at Leicester, between October 2016 and December 2016, and was acquitted.
However, the Crown Court had made a restraint order in respect of his assets pending the resolution of the criminal proceedings, and Mr Patel had been in breach of that order, which he admitted.
As a result, in March 2017 he was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment and was fined £330,000″
- Western Avenue Propeties Fraud case
- Hyperfund – a $500 + million scam based in Dubai – Hong Kong
- Bonofa – a $100 million fraud based in Germany
- Xip4Life – Out of Business
- EarlyBird Academy – Out of Business
- Zeek Rewards – a $600 million Ponzi Scheme based in the USA
- Success University
- My Shopping Genie
If you invest your money in Hyperfund or Hyperverse, good luck, you will need it, and we advise you to contact Kalpesh Patel to get your money back.
Get more information, facts and figures about Hyperfund (Ponzi Scheme), click here for the Hyperfund (Ponzi Scheme) overview.
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