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OmegaPro- Scam Review

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OmegaPro was warned by Mauritius’ Monetary Providers Fee about its securities fraud.

According to the FSC’s January 20 warning, a high-yield funding alternative, “OmegaPro,” is being pushed to Mauritius residents.   

Referrals to OmegaPro earn a bonus.   

To be clear, the FSC has not licensed nor regulated OmegaPro or any other promoter company acting under this paradigm.

This is known as a “safety fraud warning” in some countries.   

OmegaPro is a Ponzi scheme that guarantees a 20% return plus passive returns. Mauritius is one of eight jurisdictions looking into OmegaPro.  

Immediate follow-up from Argentina to Colombia to Spain, France, Peru, and Chile has prompted similar fraud alerts. According to Alexa, OmegaPro’s website receives the most traffic from Colombia (24%), Venezuela (11%), and Nigeria (10 p.c).   

OmegaPro was recently pushed in Japan. This month, it appears that recruitment has ceased.   

OmegaPro is situated in Dubai. Andreas Szakacs, Mike Sims, and Diliwar Singh are the owners of OmegaPro. a lack of regulation and limited extradition arrangements, Dubai is a haven for scammers.   The world’s MLM rip-off capital is right here.

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