Go Global was hastily put together following OmegaPro’s collapse in late 2022.
Go Global operates from the website domain “goglobal.network”, privately registered on December 24th, 2022.
At time of publication Go Global’s website fails to provide ownership or executive information.
From Go Global’s prelaunch marketing material however, we learn the company is headed up by:
- Nader Poordeljoo (CEO) – OmegaPro’s President, prior MLM executive experience with Jeunesse
- A.K. Khalil (COO) – OmegaPro’s COO, launched Cloud 9 Life in 2019 and then joined Jeunesse’s executive team
- Juan Carlos, aka Juan Reynoso and Juan Carlos Reynoso (CSO) – OmegaPro’s Manager for Latin America, CEO of the recently busted iComTech Ponzi scheme
- Paulo Tuynman (President) – OmegaPro’s Vice-President of Sales
OmegaPro first tried to exit-scam through PulseWorld XPL tokens. That flopped and was quickly replaced by a “hackers!” exit-scam.
This eventually led to Broker Group, a newly created company to dump OmegaPro investor losses onto.
Co-founders Andreas Szakacs (Sweden), Dilawar Singh (Germany) and Mike Sims (US), have gone into hiding since OmegaPro collapsed.
Through undisclosed financial arrangements, Nader Poordeljoo and A.K. Khalil have been put in charge of Go Global.
Whether Szakacs, Singh and Sims are involved (and profiting) from Go Global is unclear.
Certainly everyone else involved in OmegaPro has been ported over to Go Global, including ringleader scammers who promoted it.
Someone else worth mentioning is “network marketing strategist & trainer to millions of top earners”, Eric Worre.
Worre signed on to OmegaPro’s executive team as Official Strategic Coach in May 2022.
Worre was responsible for training OmegaPro scammers to be better at recruiting victims.
On the business side of things, Worre got to promote his ticketed “Go Pro” events to OmegaPro investors.
Reciprocally, Worre gave OmegaPro scammers a platform at his Go Pro events.
In an ongoing effort to cement his legacy as an enabler of financial fraud, Worre has signed on to stay with Go Global.
As with OmegaPro, Worre is responsible for training Go Global investors to better recruit new victims. This time around though Worre has shied away from an official Go Global executive title.
On its website Go Global provides a corporate address in Singapore. This is a rented virtual address belonging to Davinci Virtual.
OmegaPro was operated from Dubai. Given all that’s changed is the company’s name, it’s assume Go Global is also being operated from Dubai.
This of course isn’t a coincidence. Dubai is the MLM crime capital of the world.
BehindMLM’s guidelines for Dubai are:
- If someone lives in Dubai and approaches you about an MLM opportunity, they’re trying to scam you.
- If an MLM company is based out of or represents it has ties to Dubai, it’s a scam.
If you want to know specifically how this applies to Go Global, read on for a full review.
Go Global’s Products
Go Global has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market Go Global affiliate membership itself.
Go Global affiliate membership provides access to an education platform.
Go Global’s Compensation Plan
Go Global affiliates invest $100 to $5000 in cryptocurrency. This is done on the promise of a passive ROI, paid out daily over 14 months.
Go Global pays out up to 0.27% a day on each $100 to $5000 investment.
The MLM side of Go Global pays on recruitment of affiliate investors.
Go Global Affiliate Ranks
There are fourteen affiliate ranks within Go Global’s compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:
- Target 1 – invest at least $100 and generate $1000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 2 – maintain a $100 investment and generate $2000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 3 – invest at least $500 and generate $4000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 4 – maintain a $500 investment and generate $8000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 5 – invest at least $1000 and generate $15,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 6 – maintain a $1000 investment and generate $30,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 7 – invest at least $3000 and generate $50,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 8 – invest at least $5000 investment and generate $80,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 9 – invest at least $10,000 and generate $120,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 10 – invest at least $20,000 and generate $200,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 11 – invest at least $50,000 and generate $300,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 12 – maintain a $50,000 investment and generate $500,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 13 – maintain a $50,000 investment and generate $1,000,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
- Target 14 – maintain a $50,000 investment and generate $3,000,000 in weaker binary team side investment volume
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides (left and right):
The first level of the binary team houses two positions. The second level of the binary team is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Subsequent levels of the binary team are generated as required, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the binary team are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of affiliates. Note there is no limit to how deep a binary team can grow.
“Weaker binary team side investment volume” refers to the side of the binary team with less investment volume than the other.
Note that rank qualification corresponds to residual commission payouts, and thus resets every week.
E.g. You qualify for Target 3 with $10,000 on one side of the binary team and $4000 on the other.
After residual commissions are paid out for that week, $4000 on your weaker binary team side is matched against the stronger binary team side and flushed.
You start the following week with $6000 on one side of the binary team and $0 on the other.
Your rank for the week will be determined by new investment volume on both sides of the binary team – calculated again at the end of the week.
Go Global affiliates earn 5% of cryptocurrency invested by personally recruited affiliates.
Go Global takes 28% of weekly company-wide investment volume and places it into fourteen smaller 2% pools.
These 2% pools correspond to rank, making up fourteen residual commission tiers within Go Global.
To qualify for Go Rewards, a Go Global affiliate must
- personally invest $500 or more; and
- recruit two affiliates who each maintain a $500 or more investment
There are eleven ranks within Go Rewards, each with additional qualification criteria:
- G1 – generate $500 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team
- G2 – generate $7000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit two G1 affiliates
- G3 – generate $20,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit two G2 affiliates
- G4 – generate $40,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit two G3 affiliates
- G5 – generate $80,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit two G4 affiliates
- G6 – generate $200,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit four G5 affiliates
- G7 – generate $500,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit four G6 affiliates
- G8 – generate $1,250,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit four G7 affiliates
- G9 – generate $3,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit six G8 affiliates
- G10 – generate $6,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit six G9 affiliates
- G11 – generate $10,000,000 in investment volume on both sides of the binary team and recruit six G10 affiliates
Note that recruited affiliates must be split equally on both sides of the binary team.
From G4 and higher, the following Go Rewards are awarded:
- qualify at G4 and receive a “reward retreat”
- qualify at G5 and receive a “laptop”
- qualify at G6 and receive a “leadership summit invite” and “VIP support”
- qualify at G7 and receive a “reward retreat” and “VIP support”
- qualify at G8 and receive a “luxury watch” and “VIP support”
- qualify at G9 and receive a “luxury car” and “VIP support”
- qualify at G10 and receive a “house or apartment” and “VIP support”
- qualify at G11 and receive a “cash bonus” and “VIP support”
Joining Go Global
Go Global affiliate membership is $99 plus a $100 to $5000 initial investment:
- Go $100 Pack
- Go $500 Pack
- Go $1000 Pack
- Go $3000 Pack
- Go $5000 Pack
Go Global solicits investment in USD equivalents of bitcoin, ethereum, tether and USD coin.
The more a Go Global affiliate invests the higher their income potential.
Go Global Conclusion
Before it collapsed, OmegaPro had received regulatory attention in Congo Republic (multiple arrests), Spain (two fraud warnings), Mauritius, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Nicaragua, France (added to fraud blacklist twice), Belgium and Peru.
Colombia additionally fined three OmegaPro promoters for fraud in 2022. This was significant, as Colombia was the primary source of new OmegaPro investors throughout 2022.
Go Global is a simple continuation of OmegaPro’s fraud under a different name. OmegaPro’s founders have gone underground, leaving a “B team” and promoters to pillage those gullible enough to fall for the same Ponzi twice.
Notably, Go Global has ditched OmegaPro’s trading ruse. In its place are “education packages”, which doesn’t explain how Go Global affiliates are paid up to 0.27% a day.
Obviously like OmegaPro, all Go Global is doing is shuffling newly invested funds around to pay off existing investors.
In an attempt to justify financial fraud, Go Global has come up with the education packages. It’s a common enough MLM Ponzi ruse, the most infamous example being the notorious OneCoin Ponzi scheme.
The bottom-line is attaching education packages to a Ponzi scheme doesn’t legitimize a fraudulent business model.
OmegaPro primarily targeted victims in third-world countries. This unfortunately puts a question mark on whether authorities will go after Andreas Szakacs, Dilawar Singh and Mike Sims.
OmegaPro had primary ties to the US through Sims, who resides in Florida. Eric Worre provided a secondary link, along with A.K. Khalil.
Update 2nd February 2023 – Go Global has an additional tie to the US through Juan Carlos Reynoso.
Reynoso is believed to have family connections in New York.
Reynoso’s iComTech accomplices were arrested last November. It seems strange he wasn’t arrested too.
One possibility is Reynoso was in Dubai during OmegaPro’s late 2022 collapse and, as of yet, hasn’t travelled back to the US. /end update
The fact remains however that the vast majority of OmegaPro investors were intentionally based outside of the US. Both Nader Poordeljoo and Paulo Tuynman are Dutch nationals.
In any event, regardless of whether authorities go after OmegaPro’s co-founders and top scammers, the takeaway is it was a Ponzi scheme in which the majority of investors inevitably lost money.
Go Global isn’t any different.
As it is reboot Ponzis rarely last as long as their predecessors. Go Global’s shelf-life is even shorter given the staggering amount of money stolen through OmegaPro.
We don’t know exactly how many OmegaPro victims there are or how much they collectively lost. But what we do know is OmegaPro grew to be one of the largest MLM Ponzi schemes over the past few years.
The majority of funds invested into OmegaPro will have by now been laundered to who knows where. And what’s left of management are gearing up for a second bite of the apple.
In order for that to happen though they need OmegaPro victims and new suckers to lose even more money.