OMG (One Market Global) is not registered with the Commission as a corporation or partnership and has no secondary license to solicit, accept or take investments/placements from the public nor issue investments contracts and other forms of securities defined under Section 3 of the Securities Regulation Code (SRC).
Date Posted: 3 June 2020
One Market Global
The Securities and Exchange Commission has received information that individuals or group of persons representing OMG (One Market Global)are enticing the public to invest their money in the said entity.Further,the Commission has detected that a certain Mr. July Macapashas been offering investments in OMG’spackages thru his Facebookpage, while a YouTube uploadernamed “Pambansang Samaritano” has been offering the same packages in his YouTubechannel.Based on information gathered by the Commission, the packages for the investment plansof OMG are as follows:As shown aboveOMG promises a return of 5.88% -6%dailyor 176% to 353% for 30 to 60 daysdepending on the type of “opt. plan” chosen by the investor. Allegedly,the earnings will be generatedfrom OMG’strading in the foreign exchange market.
Page 2of 3Further, OMG is offering a referral bonus of 10% or Php510.00 for each invite you bring to them,as follows:As shown above the total earnings that could be accumulated to be earnedthrough referrals is Php627,748,800.00.TheInvestment Plans have been offered inOMG’swebsite at https://omgprofitshares.com, July Macapas’Facebook page, and Pambansang Samaritano’s YouTube channel.Allegedly, OMG (One Market Global)is registered with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) with the business name of ON. MA. GLO. MARKETINGissued to Albert Almeda Gonzales. However, per records of the Securities and Exchange Commission, OMG (One Market Global) is not registered with the Commission as acorporation or partnership and has no secondary license to solicit, accept or take investments/placements from the public nor issue investments contracts and other forms of securities defined under Section 3 of the Securities Regulation Code (SRC). Likewise, July Macapas is not registered as a broker in securities, neither as a market professional as salesman, trader, investment company solicitor or associated person. As the aforementioned scheme involves the offer and sale of securities to the public, the Securities Regulation Code (SRC) requires that these securities are duly registered with the Commission and that concerned entity or its agents have appropriate registration and/or license to sell such securities to the publicpursuant to Section 8and 28of the SRC.In view thereof, the public is hereby advised NOT TO INVESTor TO STOP INVESTINGin the investment scheme being offered by OMG (One Market Global)and its representatives or any entities engaged in investment schemes
Page 3of 3which promises ridiculous rates of return with little or no risk or show any other indications or characteristics of a Ponzi Scheme.Everyone is reminded that aside from the strict penalties imposed by the Commission for violations of the Securities Regulation Code, the Revised Corporation Code, and such other rules and regulations it enforces, the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act (RepublicAct No. 11469) also punishes those participating in cyber incidents that make use or take advantage of the current Covid-19 crisis situation to prey on the public through scams, phishing, fraudulent emails or other similar acts.In addition, those who act as salesman, brokers, dealers or agents ofOMG (One Market Global)in selling or convincing people to invest in the investment scheme being offered by said entity including solicitations and recruitment through the internet may likewise be criminally prosecuted and penalized with a maximum fine of Five Million Pesos (P5,000,000.00) or penalty of Twenty-one (21) years of imprisonment or both pursuant to Section 28 and 73 of the SRC.Further, those who invite or recruit others to join or invest in such venture or offer investment contracts or securities to the public may incur criminal liability, or otherwise be sanctioned or penalized accordingly as held by the Supreme Court in the case of Securities and Exchange Commission vs. Oudine Santos(G.R. No. 195542, 19 March 2014).The Commission urges anyone who has knowledge or information about any business transactions involving these securities or investment opportunities to report such activities so that appropriate actions could be taken through the email of the Enforcement and Investor Protection Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.For the guidance of the public.Pasay City, 02 June2020