OmegaPro Review- Scam

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On BusinessForHome, I came upon an alarming headline:   

Eric Worre Said He’s Leaving OmegaPro, the Dubai-based MLM Ponzi, now has a new official strategic coach. I’m really sorry.

In fact, OmegaPro isn’t Worre’s only Dubai MLM Ponzi scheme, as it turns out. A marketing event earlier this year made me aware of Worre’s relationship with OmegaPro.

In spite of the fact that it’s sad to see someone with a bad MLM reputation speak at a Ponzi marketing event, this isn’t something that we would cover in a standalone piece.

As soon as you’ve been paid, announce to the crowd that you’re a swindler, and then get to work posing for photos (which is what they’re paying for). It’s more common than you might imagine, in fact. But Worre’s newest action is a step farther in that direction.

The BFH version is what I saw, but I’m sure OmegaPro has their own version as well. As described by OmegaPro, Worre is a “world-renowned expert in network marketing business training and assistance.” Even if it’s only PR spin, it doesn’t lessen the impact of what has happened.   

OmegaPro has just signed a long-term strategic coaching agreement with none other than the OmegaPro team’s current head coach. Then Eric Worre will serve as the Official Strategic Coach for the elite community. For the first time ever, Eric Worre will be a regular speaker at the OmegaPro Super Training Series and the Rise Global Convention, where he will educate the public and the world’s most powerful leaders alike.   

In addition, this possible vulnerability should raise red flags.   

Over 5 million individuals a week now watch his training videos. It is estimated that the Worre Network Marketing Pro group has grown to over a million members from more than one hundred different nations.   

Visits to Network Marketing Pro’s website from the US have dropped by 74%, according to SimilarWeb. OmegaPro’s business plan is influenced by the fact that the United States has the most aggressive Ponzi scheme regulation in the world. No doubt about it, OmegaPro is a multi-level marketing (MLM) crypto Ponzi scheme conducted out of Dubai by crooks. For example, regulators in Nicaragua and the Congo Republic have made many arrests and issued two fraud warnings to OmegaPro, in addition to putting the company on a fraud blacklist in France and Peru.

If an MLM company commits securities fraud, we claim that it is doing it because it is a Ponzi scheme. Since Worre’s Network Marketing Pro brand is linked to fraud, this is not an isolated incident.

The new face of MLM fraud in Dubai, Worre, was on my mind, so I went to check out his social media accounts. The following came up instead:

Dirc Zahlmann, the head of GSPartners Ponzi, and the company’s two highest-paid executives, Andrew Eaton and Bruce Hughes, are all pictured with Worre in the background. Having Eric Worre, my mentor, speak at our event in Dubai was a treat.   

GSPartners organized an event in Dubai in early May to make up for Josip Heit’s absence from their Atlanta event in late April.   

Another MLM crypto Ponzi fraud is GSPartners. In the (ever-more-complicated) backend, GSPartners affiliates aim to pay out their already invested capital in exchange for tokens they have acquired passively through the plan. GSPartners’ website receives 57% of its traffic from the United States, according to SimilarWeb.

His absence from the GSPartners Atlanta event was due, in part, to the fact that he was unavailable. Worre took to Facebook shortly after the GSPartners event to show off the newest improvements to his Las Vegas property, which he shared in between the OmegaPro announcements.

Despite the fact that Eric Worre should and does know better, he continues to do so. Zeek Rewards, TelexFree, OneCoin, and BitConnect are all Ponzi schemes that he’s been a part of for a long time. More than $600 million in Zeek Rewards sales have been made in the last year. The rest were multi-billion-dollar Ponzi schemes from multi-level marketing (MLM).

OmegaPro claims to have 1.8 million investors in its press release titled “Eric Worre is one of us.” It’s not clear how much money has been invested and how much money has been lost in the background.

Unfortunately, Worre isn’t the only US MLM event regular who has been swayed by Dubai’s promise of unearned riches. After Jonathan Sifuentes’ regulatory issues in the US and Mexico, I recently covered the migration of Xifra Lifestyle to Dubai.

Decentra was renamed after Xifra Lifestyle and Sifuentes moved to Dubai. John C. Maxwell signed on as the Ponzi scheme’s “official mentor” as part of the makeover.

The promoters of “The Power of Five for Network Marketing Book” say that John C. Maxwell has lectured for 30 years to more than 100 direct sales and network marketing organizations throughout the world.   

Top executives in the sector have turned to him for advice and guidance.   

He should and does know better than Worre.   

MLM Ponzi schemes have long sought legitimacy through affiliation. Sports teams, financial processors, non-profits, and even governments have been implicated in fraud in the past. MLM insiders who claim to be “the most watched and trusted resource for network marketing” are now publicly advocating and promoting MLM Ponzi scams.

Scammers like Worre and Maxwell, who run Ponzi schemes, benefit greatly from this kind of behavior. In what ways does it benefit the multilevel marketing industry?

On BusinessForHome, I came upon an alarming headline:    Eric Worre Said He’s Leaving OmegaPro, the Dubai-based MLM Ponzi, now has a new official strategic coach. I’m really sorry. In fact, OmegaPro isn’t Worre’s only Dubai MLM Ponzi scheme, as it turns out. A marketing event earlier this year made me aware of Worre’s relationship…

On BusinessForHome, I came upon an alarming headline:    Eric Worre Said He’s Leaving OmegaPro, the Dubai-based MLM Ponzi, now has a new official strategic coach. I’m really sorry. In fact, OmegaPro isn’t Worre’s only Dubai MLM Ponzi scheme, as it turns out. A marketing event earlier this year made me aware of Worre’s relationship…

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