Sam Lee, the executive chairman and CEO of StableOpinion and also goes by the names Xue Lee and Samuel Lee, was one of the people who started the famous HyperTech Ponzi schemes. Some of these are HyperCash, HyperCapital, HyperFund, and Hyperverse. Last year, StableDAO came out as a follow-up to Sam Lee’s Ponzi plan.
StableDAO is a crypto asset whose value is based on the value of a number of other crypto assets in the StableDAO treasury, as well as some physical assets, such as land used for farming. It’s not as well-known as USDT or other stablecoins.
Sam Lee first got involved with Bitcoin when he was the Director of Millennium Pty Ltd. After that, he co-founded Bitcoins Reserve, which is a BVI company with an office in Hong Kong that runs the world’s first arbitrage fund focused on cryptocurrencies.
He ran away to Dubai in 2021. He thought he was an Australian citizen. After the HyperFund fell apart in late 2021, Lee went into hiding. The Hyperverse was only around for a few months, and Lee was mostly not there during that time. Lee needed HyperOne and HyperCash to come after Hyperverse.
In the middle of 2022, pictures of Lee talking with top HyperTech promoters in Dubai began to show up. In the end, this led to the October 2022 start of StableDAO. StableOpinion is now a part of StableDAO, which is itself a Ponzi scheme.
It has no goods or services that can be sold.
Affiliates can only sell the affiliate membership to StableOpinion.
StableOpinion’s Compensation Plan
StableOpinion affiliates invest $100 to $1000 on the promise of advertised returns.
|Basic||$100||Weekly $4 Till $200||200%|
|Standard||$300||Weekly $15 Till $900||300%|
|Elite||$500||Weekly $30 Till $2000||400%|
|Premium||$1000||Weekly $75 Till $5000||500%|
StableDao also offers bulk investment options, increasing the amount that can be invested at once up to $43,000.
|Basic||$100||Weekly $4 Till $200|
|Standard||$300||Weekly $15 Till $900|
|Elite||$500||Weekly $30 Till $2000|
|Premium||$1000||Weekly $75 Till $5000|
StableOpinion affiliates must complete surveys to receive the full ROI each week. The bulk investment options increase the number of surveys that must be completed. StableOpinion’s MLM side pays for the recruitment of affiliate investors.
StableOpinion Affiliate Ranks
There are ten affiliate ranks within their compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:
StableOpinion also pays referral commissions via a Unilever compensation structure. In a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is placed at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly beneath them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliate recruits new affiliates, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2. If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on, down an infinite number of groups. Referral commissions are capped at four unilevel team levels at StableOpinion.
StableOpinion is like the old SpeakAsia Ponzi scheme but uses the blockchain instead. When Speak Asia started up in late 2010, affiliates paid either $120 or $240 for “panellist” roles. Investing in jobs with Speak Asia pays $240 per week. Affiliates of SpeakAsia had to fill out surveys in order to get paid. After eleven years, StableOpinion is still reusing the same Ponzi plan.
In India, there are a lot of people who support StableDAO and StableOpinion. We wouldn’t be shocked if reusing Speak Asia’s Ponzi scheme was the idea of a former top promoter who is still scamming in StableDAO. As with all MLM Ponzi scams, when affiliate recruitment slows down, new money will be put in. It will stop StableOpinion from getting money from ROI, which will kill the company.
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