Have + v-pp (I assume this is verb - past participle) would be :
I have done my homework.
You have cooked dinner 3 times this week.
He has spent £100 on clothes today.
Have + being + v-pp doesn't make any sense. Have + been + v+ing might be what you mean:
I have been feeling very tired this month.
He has been waiting several days for his letter to arrive.
They have been stealing food from their neighbours.
Have + being + v-pp wouldn't work. You would end up with "I have being waited......" or something!
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