"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website

The website: "www.healthistheultimate.com," which is allegedly owned by Oriarewo C Inegbedion from Uranium Computers and Communications that claims they can show you how to make thousands of dollars from shares, stocks, or just make money online like an online information marketer, is a scam. The poorly designed website was created by scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their money, thinking they are investing in a legitimate business. But, once the victims have sent their money, the scammers will just take it and will not contact the victims, unless they want to steal more money from them.

healthistheultimate.com - a Fraudulent Website

The website is currently promoting two fake products, which it claims will make their victims rich. The products are located at the following website address:

  • healthistheultimate.com/selfmade1.htm
  • healthistheultimate.com/stocks.htm

And, we have already received a few complaints from victims who have invested in the two products, by sending thousands of dollars, but are unable to recover their money, months after sending. They were asked to send money using one of the following money transfer services:

  • Internet or online transfer
  • ATM Transfer
  • Direct bank deposit
  • Cell phone transfer

But, sending money using the transfer services above will make it impossible for victims to get back their money, after realizing they have been scammed. Unlike a credit card, victims can always dispute transactions with their banks and have their money refunded.

So, please stay away from the website “healthistheultimate.com” and do not follow the instructions on it. If you are already a victim, please report it to the police or your local authority.

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February 17, 2024 at 9:31 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

I was a victim of this strange man in question. The day I came across his fraudulent services was the day I had my confirmation in the Catholic Church 2015/2016 precisely in Abuja. He posted his criminal information as advert behind the parish bulletin. Who won’t fall for that! He knew many people would show up that day, as the bishop of Abuja diocese will be present. I will still get him! Inshallah... It was 1000$ He kept on milking me and I got nothing in the name of my money never complete for am to finish the work. That there was nothing he could do till date. Until I stumbled across this website about his fraudulent info. Bravo!


August 20, 2020 at 7:48 AM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

After boasting to me of his enormous wealth through online biz of buying and selling books he successed to collect my 30k . When l realized his tribe l knew he should be a scammer.So he could not get on with me, only to read this today. Are you sure this man is not into politics in his State now?


April 25, 2017 at 5:50 AM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

Chaiiii, thank god oh, I nearly fall 4 this man; if not that I said let me do reseach about him, because I have been scam over 200k before. Chai.. His grace wil expire some day.


March 2, 2017 at 9:53 AM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

The guy goes by several names. Oria Inegbedion, O C Inegbedion, Oriarewo Inegbedion. He defrauded me of over half a million. He is a criminal and a rogue. He has different coys by which he defrauds innocent public. The copy's are Choice Orbit Concept NIG Ltd and Uranium Communications NIG Ltd.

The address of Uranium Communications on the Facebook is 36, Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent but the one on his site is 163, Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent. He changed the site to www.legalprofits.com.ng and www.secretsofmoney.com.ng. He even advertised in major online newspapers. The newspaper has removed the adverts when I reported that the guy is a fraud. One learns everyday.


January 24, 2020 at 9:45 AM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

Very true, this guy scammed us of 210k. How do can we get this idiot arrested. Let him go and rot in Jail


March 4, 2017 at 3:16 PM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

I have been to all these addresses and I ended up wasting my money and precious time


January 17, 2017 at 3:14 PM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

Oriaewo Inigbedion is a confirmed rogue . He defrauded me of N100k, for a dubious Selfmade package. Massive curse is on him right now! He is using Uranium communications Ltd to defraud Nigerians. Nigerians beware!


January 31, 2017 at 2:12 PM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

Please, I am suggesting that we go report this fraudster en-mass to the EFCC, thanks.


February 2, 2017 at 12:57 PM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Oye, Ekiti, Nigeria

I have been to EFCC office several times and it was just a waste of time and transport because they said I paid for an information marketing money making website like he promised and he fulfilled his own part,I provided all the email trails for them to read and try to establish a case.The EFCC guys were nice and just told me the truth. They said if he had collected the money from me without giving me anything in return then there would have been a case. I was advised that I will just be wasting more money and my time. So what now?


March 2, 2017 at 10:01 AM by
"healthistheultimate.com" - a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

The EFCC can easily track down the guy if they want to.


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