Omnia Review, Omnia Investments SCAM Exposed!

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Omnia Review, Omnia Investments SCAM Exposed!

Posted on by Patrick Jones

The Omnia software, app, and trading robot by Matthew Hammersmith, the FAKE CEO of Omnia Investments is a SCAM. In our fair and impartial review will Blacklist the farce and extremely misleading and deceptive automated trading app, and produce indisputable as well as clear proof and evidence of foul play. Our staff smelled a rat immediately when we spotted this fake actor, he has performed previously to the satisfaction of the sleazy affiliate marketers operating behind the scenes and pulling the strings. Still, we were able to reveal the real identity of Mr. Hammersmith, and we will expose this unethical actor in the most transparent and factual manner. You should know this system is anything but legit or genuine, and the complaints we have already started to receive indicate a repetitive pattern of deception we have already seen before. We will prove that this is a rehash of previous scams disguised to look differently. In the meantime, if you have received any form of SPAM email communication illegally soliciting you to join this program, make sure to refrain from clicking on any of the links as we were informed they are infected with spyware and ransomware. Additionally, try to unsubscribe from receiving further communications (sometimes this is not possible). Keep reading to see how we exposed Omnia Investments and why this software is a confirmed financial scam.

Official App Website, Login Page, and Members Area: http://www.omniaapp.biz/lp.php?

Proof of SCAM
Below you will see a screenshot taken directly from the Omnia App Investment sales page. You can clearly see this person is presenting himself as “Matthew Hammersmith” the CEO of this company.

Here you can also see him driving his white Lamborghini, and rambling about how he has helped many people become millionaires.

In this screenshot you will see an image of an actor named Patrick D. Green, who has already starred in previous scams such as GPS Trader, and Terabit Trader. This image is taken directly from his profile at the IMDB actor database. We have other material validating this, and if you are unsure please contact us and we will provide additional proof.

But here is where the really interesting part starts. Below you will see two screenshots. The first is taken from the Omnia sales page, and the other from Tesler app. You can see the narrative is almost a complete replica and the scripts are totally rehearsed and recycled with minor differences.

Omnia Software Review
Matthew Hammersmith is about to give you special access to his unique, groundbreaking software which will enable you to make $237 an hour, every day for life! He has made it his life long goal to help “normal every day folks” make life changing money in a matter of days. He claims that today is the day your life will change forever, because today is the final day the Omnia software is being made available to the public for free.

Hammersmith is offering you a way to make 1 Million Dollars in less than 6 months from now. He claims your life is about to change for the better because of something called “lead trends”. He also boldly states that his software has “ZERO risk involved and it’s mathematically impossible to lose money”. He says the software is “fool-proof” and “click,click simple”, and it never loses money.

He says his software conducts deep analysis of trends very fast, and only executes winning trades with out any risk of absorbing losses. The Omnia Trading System “does not ever lose trades”. He says that what gives the software its “edge is hyper responsive data speed and analysis of 3 million, million market variables.”

Then he proceeds to lay it on thick and say the software can make anywhere between $5,700 and $10,000 a day for you. He says after 41 days your account will be charged a small operating commission of 0.5%. Then we have a barrage of fake testimonials that have been rehashed from previous scams. He claims that if you are working and looking for a way out of the rat race, this is for you. According to him, Omnia is now worth 673 Million Dollars, and when they go public they predict a “windfall of over 1 billion dollars”.

He continues to say how you may have read about him in Forbes, CNN Business, and Bloomberg Squawk, and BBC news. He says his nickname on Wall Street is Mr. Midas, and that is because of his ability to make massive amounts of profits for others as well as himself. He says he also loves money and everything that comes with it, including the gift of being able to give to others. He says he is looking for people who are willing to invest time, not money. Then we get a barrage of images in the form of fake testimonials, again these care Tesler App clones that were just copied in order to make the software look legit.

In reality what we are witnessing here is a cloned SCAM which is a complete travesty. The crooks behind this piece of trash code have rehashed the script and changed actors. We are seeing the same tells such as inflated bank accounts, fake testimonials, hyped up and exaggerated claims of wins, and outright lies. The narrative is also inconsistent, we were expecting to hear more about lead trends, but it is kept vague and never spoken of again.

Is it Free?
No, it’s gonna cost you at least $250 and that money will be charged to your credit card by one of their recommended brokers which may or may not be regulated or legit.

Fake Reviews
We are seeing a lot of bogus reviews these days, and that is because seemingly legit “honest review sites” are accepting bribes in the form of commissions to write favorable reviews. If you are not sure about how to proceed simply message us and we shall be more than happy to assist.

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Review Summary and Conclusions
The Omnia automated trading software and robot by Matthew Hammersmith is a rehashed SCAM and a replica of the Tesler App. Our review has exposed this fraudulent software by revealing the real identity of the main actor, and by providing comparative screenshots which illustrate how the scripts have been duplicated. If you have any doubts concerning the legitimacy of this new app, they are well founded and you should act on your intuition. This fake signals provider is directly responsible for wiping out hundreds of bank accounts and causing much grief and misery. We therefore implore you to avoid Omnia at all cost and never divulge your credit card information or deposit funds in a real money trading account. We have already received multiple SPAM and overcharging complaints about this SHAM, and we plan to go after the brokers who are active participants in this deceptive financial scam.In light of all the conclusive evidence, findings, and proof our staff has produced, we are officially advising our members and viewers to refrain from joining this program and alternatively seek other means of investing.  Join our Facebook Group and YouTube Channel and get educated.

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  • Dylan

    Those are really high numbers he’s promising. But I’ve learned the hard way that nothing in life has a zero risk.

    • Hi Dylan,
      Omnia APP is a recycled SCAM, the same people who are promoting Tesler App are behind it. We proved this in our review, but if you want more proof let us know – there’s a lot more.