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Omnia Scam Review

Review of: Omnia

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On 15th March 2017
Last modified:15th March 2017

Summary:

Omnia Scam Review of the new scam software

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Omnia

Hello I’m Paul from Binary Options in Review. this is a review on a new binary options software called Omnia . I have been asked to have a look at this by one of my You Tube subscribers. Like I always say if you want me to review anything for you please just add me on Skype @binaryoptionsinreview .Or send me an email and I can do that for you send it to paul@binaryoptionsinreview.com. If you have any other questions then just leave me an email.

The Website

First impressions on the Omnia website, the website looks good and professional and nicely laid out but what lets it down is the video. Before it has even played I can see a white Lamborghini. Now the problem with this is that there is a production company in Portland Oregon. That makes a lot of these scam software video sales pages. Now these are not the scammers they are just the production team. They are sent the details name,logo and idea for the theme and script.  Then the production company will get the actors required and make the video. But they are all very similar.  They all have an actor in a white Lamborghini or Bentley or something like that. They will pull up to an office or mansion then the actor starts with the whole story about how much money his software is making.  He wants to share it but he only has a few spaces available, you get the gist of it you know where it is going. But this has the same feel to it as the rest of them.  Before I have even watched the video.

The Video

So after watching a bit of the Omnia video I was not wrong it was exactly like I thought. The CEO pulls in to a Multi-story car park and parks up.  Now if I had spent out for a Lamborghini I wouldn’t want to park it in a multi story car park where all the cars are packed it tightly together. At this point as well you get a glimpse of the license plate where you can see it has a Oregon plate. Thus proving the point I made earlier about a lot of the scam site being made in Portland Oregon.

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As the video goes on It doesn’t get much better the CEO Introduces himself as Mathew Hammersmith, But unfortunately he is not he is another paid actor called Patrick Green he has been in other scam sites as you can see below.

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And here is Mr Patrick green’s Actor profile.

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Also you can see his Acting Demo Reel Here.

Summary : SCAM

In Summary of my Omnia review I would say that this is a scam. although on first impressions the site look fairly professional upon watching the video and seeing the same old scam tact-ticks hired Lamborghini and apartment  and then of course paid actors It is just another cheap scam beware.

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