OmegaPro’s securities fraud has been issued a warning by Mauritius’s Monetary Providers Fee. In accordance with the warning issued by the FSC on January 20, “OmegaPro” is being marketed to Mauritius residents as a high-yield funding alternative.
People who refer OmegaPro to others are rewarded with a bonus for their efforts. The FSC has by no means licensed or regulated OmegaPro or any other people/representatives or promoter organizations working under this model.
In different jurisdictions, this could be known as a “safety fraud warning.” OmegaPro is a Ponzi scheme that guarantees a return of 200 p.c or more, in addition to passive returns.
OmegaPro is now under investigation by eight jurisdictions, including Mauritius. Argentina, Colombia, Spain, France, Peru, Belgium, and Chile have all issued identical fraud warnings in the wake of the FSC’s announcement.
OmegaPro’s website receives the vast majority of its visitors from Colombia (24 p.c), Venezuela (11 p.c), and Nigeria, in line with Alexa (10 p.c).
In Japan, OmegaPro was being pushed until just lately. This month, it seems that recruitment there has come to a grinding halt.
OmegaPro is a Dubai-based firm. OmegaPro is handled by Andreas Szakacs, Mike Sims, and Diliwar Singh.
Resulting from a scarcity of regulation and restricted extradition agreements, Dubai is a refuge for scammers.
The MLM rip-off capital of the world is situated right here.