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OmegaPro is imploding, and the scumbags who ran, promoted, and enabled the Ponzi scheme are fleeing.

Eric Worre, an MLM veteran, joined OmegaPro corporate as Official Strategic Coach in May 2022.

Worre is distancing himself from the rapidly collapsing Ponzi scheme now that there is no more money to steal.

Worre claims he was inspired to make the film when “friends” approached him, allegedly concerned about his OmegaPro ties.

Worre does not mention OmegaPro by name in the video, which was posted earlier today. Instead, he refers to the elephant in the room as “a company out of Dubai.”

Worre continues by admitting that when he joins an MLM firm;

[1:23] Those in that firm tend to overstate my level of participation as a strategic benefit in their recruiting efforts.

Worre signed on regardless, knowing full well that his involvement in OmegaPro would help market the Ponzi scheme.

Money that was eventually taken from OmegaPro investors through financial fraud.

Worre falsely claims he does not “benefit” from OmegaPro using his image to recruit victims, despite clearly profiting from OmegaPro’s ongoing “success” in defrauding consumers.

[2:42] My commitment in this profession is for the purpose of serving it.

I do not choose winners and losers. I don’t recommend that individuals choose which firms to invest in. I don’t sway folks one way or the other.

And I certainly don’t benefit from any of that pushing in either direction.

While the specifics of Worre’s employment with OmegaPro are kept hidden, his corporate salary is practically dependent on the continued recruitment of new victims.

OmegaPro, for those who are unfamiliar, is a straightforward 200% ROI MLM Ponzi scheme that was introduced in 2019.

OmegaPro, which originally promised to pay out over 16 months, has lately amended the conditions to 24 months, according to BehindMLM.

This adjustment was revealed abruptly and was retroactively applied to all OmegaPro affiliate investment positions.

OmegaPro has received regulatory fraud warnings from France, Belgium, Congo Republic (several arrests), Spain (two fraud warnings), Mauritius, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, and Nicaragua before Worre took a corporate position with the Ponzi scam earlier this year.

Worre describes himself as a “network marketing specialist” on Instagram. Worre states on LinkedIn that he’s

the world’s most watched and trusted network marketing training and support resource

Worre also says on his “Network Marketing Pro” website;

Network Marketing Pro has been raising the bar in the Network Marketing industry for over a decade.

According to the site’s profile, Worre

For over 25 years, has been a pioneer in the Network Marketing industry.

He’s a top field producer who has built sales organizations with over 500,000 distributors in over 60 countries (and) is the President of a $200 million Network Marketing firm.

Eric Worre could hardly have been unaware that OmegaPro was a Ponzi scam. He still signed up for corporate to help promote it because money.

BehindMLM covered OmegaPro’s initiation of an XPL token exit scam just over two weeks ago.

Since then, things have gotten worse, with OmegaPro suspending withdrawals around a week ago. For the majority of this week, affiliate investors have also been unable to access their backoffice.

BehindMLM isn’t quite ready to declare OmegaPro’s demise, but we are keeping an eye on events.

OmegaPro’s Ponzi scheme, which has been operating since 2019, has most likely defrauded consumers in the hundreds of millions, if not billions.

BehindMLM is also aware that Ted Nuyten and BusinessForHome are under fire for their constant promotion of OmegaPro and other obvious MLM Ponzi schemes.

Since OmegaPro disabled withdrawals, Nuyten’s Facebook posts have been tinged with annoyance:

One BusinessForHome reader responded to Nuyten’s question, “Why do you publish about company XYZ?” It’s a sham!” query;

I feel obligated to give you an honest answer: because they PAY, no matter what kind of scam they are.

which Nuyten responded;

Without a revenue plan, we cannot sustain [sic] a premium website.

Millions of dollars are invested in software, travel to countries, CEO interviews, and other activities in Business For Home.

BehindMLM has already highlighted BusinessForHome’s “pay for content” business model.

BusinessForHome does not disclose when content appears on the website through a financial arrangement, which is likely a violation of the FTC Act.

To return to Eric Worre, while OmegaPro is run by scammers in Dubai and US investors are officially barred, Worre is a US national living in Arizona.

While OmegaPro is Worre’s most visible foray into financial fraud, it isn’t his first MLM crypto Ponzi scheme.

Worre spoke at another Ponzi event in May 2021, this time for GSPartners, another MLM crypto Ponzi scheme.

It is unknown whether US authorities are looking into OmegaPro and Worre’s involvement.

If withdrawals remain disabled, BehindMLM expects OmegaPro to fail this weekend.

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