The CyberProfilers have published their first report on the FinTech Facilitators. The report focuses on the now court-approved responsibility of payment processors for facilitating obvious…
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Our FinTelegram lawyers received a copy of the criminal files regarding the regulated Lithuanian FinTech Moneta International UAB (now Bruc Bond UAB). FinTelegram filed a criminal complaint against them already in August 2019 for threatening and intimidating actions. It took law enforcement several months to get hold of Austrian people involved in their actions.
In the US, the Yukom scheme is being prosecuted in court both by US prosecutors and by the regulator U.S Commodity and Futures Exchange Commission (CFTC). The former CEO of the Israeli binary options scheme Yukom, the Israeli Lee Elbaz, was sentenced in December 2019 for binary options fraud to 22 years in prison and a $28 million restitution payment. The two beneficial owners of the scheme, Yossi Herzog and Kobi Cohen, were also indicted by U.S. attorneys but remain at large. Their current whereabouts are unknown to FinTelegram. Currently, the role of the alleged Israeli co-conspirator Shalom Peretz and the scheme's Bulgarian activities are being questioned by the authorities.
In recent months, a new Crypto-MLM system has announced the next revolution. Once again a new system is supposed to be the answer to all…
The UK lawyer and manager Robert Edmund Courtneidge is generally considered a FinTech expert. In addition, he obviously has a lot of expertise in the engineering of scam facilitating constructions and in money-laundering schemes. Until 2018 he worked in the London office of the US law firm Locke Lord. A lot of money-laundering and investment schemes are connected with Robert Courtneidge. FinTelegram has already been researching on him over the last couple of months and again asks for more intel.
On 27 September 2016, Reuters published a special report on binary options fraud. The report identifies Israeli citizen Guy Galboiz as the 37-year old beneficial…
The investigations of the various EU Law Enforcement Agencies into what is probably the largest European-Israeli cybercrime organization around the German Uwe Lenhoff and his Israeli partner Gal Barak are taking on ever greater proportions. 35 offices have been raided in five countries.
The U.S. authorities' investigations into the OneCoin crypto-Ponzi system and the indictment of Ruja Ignatova, her brother Konstantin Ignatov and their U.S. attorney Mark S. Scott have exposed some financial numbers from the 4th quarter of 2014 to the 3rd quarter of 2016. Additionally, BBC reporter Jamie Bartlett presented some leaked OneCoin documents. The OneCoin scheme is still alive today.
Scam are performed in two phases. First the money of the investors and/or members is stolen. Next, this criminal proceeds must be laundered and distributed to the perpetrators as their scam dividend. Listed below are the currently known entities and individuals who participated in the money-laundering of OneCoin's Crypto-MLM Scam.