The Financial Services Commission of Mauritius has issued a securities fraud warning to OmegaPro.
According to the FSC’s January 20th notice;
OmegaPro Plc (“OmegaPro”) is being marketed to the general public in Mauritius as a high-yielding investment opportunity.
OmegaPro allegedly employs artificial intelligence in its trading, and individuals who refer this scheme to others are rewarded.
OmegaPro, as well as any other individuals/representatives or promoter groups operating under this name, are not and have never been licensed and regulated by the FSC.
In other countries, this is analogous to a securities fraud warning.
OmegaPro promotes a Ponzi scheme with 200%+ passive profits.
The eighth jurisdiction to take regulatory action against OmegaPro is Mauritius.
Argentina, Colombia, Spain, France, Peru, Belgium, and Chile have all issued similar fraud alerts.
Alexa ranks Colombia (24%), Venezuela (11%), and Nigeria (10%) as the top sources of traffic to OmegaPro’s website.
OmegaPro was marketed in Japan until recently. This month, it appears that recruitment has ceased.
Andreas Szakacs, Mike Sims, and Dilawar Singh run OmegaPro from Dubai.
Due to a lack of regulation and limited extradition treaties, Dubai provides a safe haven for scammers. It is the world’s MLM fraud capital.