A flashy businessman who promised to build & # 39; wealth & # 39; for his customers, his company has been put into liquidation
- Omnia Group, based in the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, in liquidation
- The group wanted to help people make money by guiding them to invest
- Owner Gordon Smith was pictured wearing sharp suits and posing with cars
A financial investment firm that promised to help people make money quickly went into liquidation.
Omnia Group, based in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, collapsed Tuesday after consultant Rodgers Reidy was appointed to liquidate the company. Sunshine Coast Daily reported.
The director of the case, Gordon Smith, had turned up in sharp suits and posed with expensive cars before his company folded.
Omnia Group went into liquidation on Tuesday (photo: director Gordon Smith)
The company promised to help people make money by guiding them to invest (Pictured: Gordon Smith and a friend)
The Omnia Group website describes its & # 39; Cash Flow Accelerators & # 39; process that focuses on customers through their & # 39; prosperity-building journey.
The company offered people the opportunity to & # 39; passive money & # 39; Earn without working by investing in and buying assets.
The company actively promoted its successes through customer comments on their website.
& # 39; We spoke to Omnia for the first time two years ago and they have offered some very good options and advice. It was really good. Very instructive, & # 39; one customer wrote.
& # 39; Omnia told me what it was like, how it worked in society now and how it would work in the future – it woke me up, & # 39; another customer said.
The company was registered at an address that was owned by Kim Carroll, the developer of luxury resorts.
Mr. Carroll said that he & # 39; was sad when a company ended up in liquidation, mostly for the families who worked within that company and who were affected & # 39 ;.
It is not suggested that Mr. Carroll was involved in the collapse of the company.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ominia Group and Mr. Smith for comments.
The company actively promoted its successes with customer comments on their website (Pictured: Gordon Smith)
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