Samuel Lee (aka Xue Lee and Samuel Lee), co-founder of the HyperCapital, HyperFund and Hyperverse Ponzi schemes, has launched StableDAO.
BehindMLM was able to confirm Lee’s involvement via his appearance in an October 17th StableDAO webinar.
After a brief introduction, Lee fobbed off the webinar to Chief Commercial Officer Garrett Blakeslee.
At the time Blakeslee was promoting his company Block Duelers, a collapsed NFT scam.
According to Blakeslee and after preloading Hyperverse scammers, StableDAO opened up registrations “a few hours” before the October 17th webinar.
We launched today, about two hours ago.
The early participation program is basically a way for you beautiful people to get in at the ground floor, and to start earning fast and to start earning now.
To drive recruitment of new victims StableDAO is paying $10 per new investor recruited. New investors also receive $100.
Residual recruitment commissions are paid out through a unilevel team.
The catch is this is all paid out in StableDAO “credits”.
StableDAO operates from the domain “stable.limited”, privately registered on September 28th, 2022.
Also speaking on the StableDAO webinar was Nicholas Hofgren, who laid out StableDAO’s Ponzi offering.
(In) one of the projects we’re working with we’ve received MOUs for refinancing. This allows us to secure a return in a three-month period. Which makes us very happy.
The property is being purchased at a nominal rate of about 8.5 ringgit per square foot, and we have a refinancing that allows us to make approximately 33% on our invested money.
Ringgit is the national currency of Malaysia.
StableDAO’s scam is wrapped in finance bro jargon. Front and center on its website is the claim CitiBank is involved:
I can guarantee you now CitiBank has nothing to do with StableDAO or Sam Lee. At least not knowingly.
The gist of StableDAO’s fraudulent scheme is new suckers sign up and invest on the promise of returns, purportedly tied to real-estate (evidently in Malaysia and elsewhere).
This fails the Ponzi logic test for obvious reasons. If StableDAO has already signed MOUs that will generate 11% a month, what do they need your money for?
The answer is, like all of Sam Lee’s Hyper* scams before it, StableDAO is yet another Ponzi scheme.
Lee touts StableDAO investors will earn 4% a month on invested funds.
- invest over $500,000 and you’ll receive an extra 1% a month
- invest over $1,000,000 and you’ll receive an extra 2% a month
- invest over $5,000,000 and you’ll receive an extra 3% a month
Funds invested into StableDAO are locked up for 10 years (i.e. you’ll never see them again).
Farzam Kamalabadi, a StableDAO Non-executive Chairman, also spoke on the webinar.
Kamalabadi owns the HOO cryptocurrency exchange. HOO was heavily integrated into HyperFund and Hyperverse, dating back to at least 2020.
Kamalabadi profited off investors losing millions in Sam Lee’s various Hyper* Ponzi schemes.
Seeking to profit again with StableDAO, he had this to share:
So this hybrid system is really going to be the game of the future. And then we have real assets and real operations.
No more only promises of a whitepaper, a feature that by its outset is doomed and will not deliver.
At the end they fizzle and they die. But not here. It’s impossible that the project will disappear.
Fearing arrest, Sam Lee and his Hyper* cohorts fled to Dubai in early 2021.
Xu hasn’t been seen in public for over a year. It is unclear whether he’s involved in StableDAO.
In any event, Dubai is the MLM crime capital of the world.
BehindMLM’s guidelines for Dubai are:
- If someone lives in Dubai and approaches you about an MLM opportunity, they’re trying to scam you.
- If an MLM company is based out of or represents it has ties to Dubai, it’s a scam.
Neither StableDAO, Sam Lee or any of its executives are registered to offer securities in any jurisdiction.
This would see StableDAO provide regulators and potential investors with audited financial reports, providing evidence of the marketing claims.
The evidence hasn’t been audited and filed because StableDAO is a Ponzi scheme, run by a serial scammer.