Inzta/Hypez Review – Is A Company That Stops Working Two Times Worth Your Time?
It’s apparent that some companies have their fair share of ups and downs, but generally speaking, most of them come out with solutions and don’t repeat their old mistakes.
It seems that Hypez is not one of these companies since their website isn’t working for the second time now.
The first time they got shut down is when they did their rebranding and became the Inzta we used to know.
Before that, they used the name Hypez that was somewhat familiar to people who used some services they provided on a regular basis, but it wasn’t one of the big ones.
Getting to know a company and its service before you invest your hard-earned money is essential precisely to avoid some situations that former Inzta and Hypez users found themselves in.
If you’d like to stay away from companies like these, and you’re one of the people who actually value good service, I highly suggest checking out Upleap. In order to find out more about their service and how they are pretty different from Hypez/Inzta, check out my detailed review on Upleap right here and see the difference for yourself.
Since I made that my mission here, I’ll lay out some of the things that caused this company to crash and burn not once but twice. If you’re interested in finding out more, stick with me until the end of this article!
By the way, it’s always a good thing to check out some of these providers of similar services (except they work):
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Any of these will be a better choice than Hypez used to be.
Is Hypez A Scam?
Well, first of all, let me rephrase that: “was Hypez a scam?” since they don’t exist anymore. Not only that they don’t live under the Hypez name, but they don’t even exist under their rebranded name “Inzta” anymore.
The reasoning behind this isn’t the clearest, but I’ll get to some plausible theories that might clear up the air around the whole situation.
Let’s talk about whether this service was a scam when it used to work.
The short answer is – yes.
People that had an unpleasant experience with using it told me that the followers bought from them had a tendency to disappear in under a week, meaning that you didn’t get any refills or restocks once all the followers you purchased from them disappeared.
Knowing this, would you buy Instagram followers from Hypes or Inzta? I know I indeed wouldn’t even if they were cheap.
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As you can see, these prices weren’t the most expensive ones you probably stumbled upon, but think about the almost certain possibility of all of your followers disappearing a few weeks after you bought them.
Even if you bought the smallest package, the fact that you gave them only $2 doesn’t make up for the fact that you’re going to lose almost all of those 100 followers you just bought.
For me, this is the true definition of scamming people out of their money, so to answer the initial question with a broader response – Hypez and Inzta were scammers right from the beginning and right until their second shut down.
Nothing can convince me otherwise since asking a question like “is Hypez legit” does not need an answer after what I just told you.
The main problem I have with this company is that if you’re going out of your way to rebrand and keep providing services for your regular or new users, then try a little bit more and improve your favor, so the same thing doesn’t happen twice.
They’ve done the exact opposite from that, keeping their old bad habits forcing them to be shut down once again under the name of Inzta.
What Could Have Happened?
There are mere speculations about what caused this company to go out of business twice, but not a definitive answer. I’ve dug around a bit to see the most plausible theories that might explain this, and I’ve come up with these.
- Their users weren’t satisfied: This is probably the most realistic thing out of all of these. It doesn’t seem impossible for their users to be raging about the missing followers and that that led to them losing all of their users, thus going out of business because nobody wanted to buy Instagram followers from them.
- Instagram banned them: it’s possible that because of the followers that were quickly detectible by the Instagram algorithm for fake followers, they were prohibited for that exact thing.
- They took down the website because of low traffic: It’s also relatively easy to imagine a scenario where they were forced to take down their own website just because they didn’t have enough users to even maintain the domain.
What Could Have Went Better?
There are many things that could have been improved after the rebranding that could have kept this service in life.
For example, if there was a Hypez free likes option, that might have been something that could have brought in more potential users.
Another thing that might’ve had an impact on their destiny is the amount of time that their followers stayed where they were supposed to stay.
It might have been done in more ways than one. First of all, if it was so obvious that the followers were erased by Instagram, they could have changed the delivery method and solved the situation by just doing that.
On the other hand, they could have mixed up their followers with some authentic and real ones so the batches of followers they used to deliver didn’t deplete in just a few days or weeks.
I can go on and on about this for hours, but the important thing is that they haven’t changed anything and that that’s the reason for them shutting down for the second time.
Changing bad habits needs to be a number one priority for a company that is in the middle of a rebranding campaign, and that’s exactly what Hypez didn’t do.
Hypez Review – Final Thoughts
It’s hard to wrap your head around all of the things I’ve mentioned in the article above so in order to make that easier on you I’ve made a (pros) and cons table that might help you understand some things better.
Let’s take a look at the said table:
|Didn’t change bad habits|
|Followers constantly disappeared|
|Didn’t offer any free promotions|
|High prices for mediocre service|
I think it’s more than obvious what’s my opinion on Hypez/Inzta and the service they used to offer.
It’s quite hard to call that Instagram service when there are a lot of other companies that also provide their users with Instagram-related services that actually do their jobs and deliver on their promises.
So in order to not insult these companies, I’m not even going to acknowledge that Hypes ever provided their users with Instagram or Instagram-related services overall.
When you see a company that shares a lot of characteristics with this particular one, run as far away as possible for the sake of your money and your Instagram account.