Inferior Products: Join HRI - like Alan's previous ventures, BiM (2007-2010) and TTI (2003-2005), get an industrial-grade emerald for the price of a real one!
No Refunds: "BIM distributors were not able to return Perpetual Motion Products when they attempted to do so or obtain a refund for those products." - Court Document 
Impossible Math: "On February 6, 2009, CBC Marketplace ... was highly critical of BIM and observed that if each [Board] required eight sales, it would only run for slightly over 20 levels before the entire population of Canada was enrolled. The Marketplace story concluded BIM was a pyramid scheme, and that the Perpetual Motion Products were not worth nearly the price paid." - Court Document 
Alan's secret is to talk big, and get people excited thinking he will make them lots of money. So, those who participate usually stay quiet, embarrassed they got cheated. Here are a few courageous souls who no longer support Alan...
Alan Neil Kippax cheated hundreds of so-called friends out of over $300,000 USD. Vaultress is a nothing more than yet another token based on ethereum; no extra coding, no community, no special properties. Alan promised that only Vaultress would be used to pay for HRI products; of course, this was yet another lie. Meaning the people that believed him have lost their investment (while Alan lives it up on the Costa Del Sol, Malaga, Spain).
"The affidavits provide a complete picture of the defendants’ business model in general, and the unfortunate consequences for the Class Members." - Court Document