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Spain’s Comision Nacional del Mercado de Valores has issued OmegaPro a second warning for securities fraud.

In January 2020, the CNMV issued its initial securities fraud notice against OmegaPro.

The OmegaPro marketing in Spain is the subject of the second March 28th alert. According to the CNMV, this campaign is occurring via the websites and

On June 16th, 2021, a private registration for “” was made.

On March 20, 2021, “” was put under registration. The owner is given as David Contreras, with a Bogota, Colombia, address.

OmegaPro advertises a passive investment opportunity with a 200% ROI. Due to the fact that this is a securities offering, OmegaPro must register with the appropriate financial authorities.

OmegaPro, a Ponzi scam, chooses to operate illegally by engaging in securities fraud.

The marketing of OmegaPro is prohibited in Spain, in addition to OmegaPro itself.

The National Securities Market Commission, or Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores, issues the following warnings:

AlphaPro LTD

is ineligible to offer the investing services described in Article 140 of the Spanish Securities Markets Act.

Following similar regulatory actions from Mauritius, Argentina, Colombia, France, Peru, Belgium, and Chile, the CNMV has issued its second warning on OmegaPro fraud.

According to Alexa, the top three countries sending visitors to OmegaPro’s website are Nigeria (12%), Venezuela (12%), and Colombia (27%).

OmegaPro was marketed in Japan until recently. There appears to have been a fall in hiring this month.

Andreas Szakacs, Mike Sims, and Dilawar Singh operate OmegaPro out of Dubai.

Due to a lack of regulation and few extradition agreements, Dubai offers a refuge for con artists. It is the global hub for MLM fraud.

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