The Israeli Oded Jeremitsky is a veteran of the dark grey scene of payment service providers. In recent years he has worked as a frontman and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the Israeli Payobin of Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovksi. Jeremitsky was also CEO of UK-registered Pay O Bin Ltd and as such involved in sensitive court cases. For example, he is listed in the court files of Payobin Ltd’s lawsuit Payobin vs. Umbrella OnlineTech LLC, which used to be Payobin’s US partner. The company was to operate Payobin’s online payment services in connection with the illegal Binary Options Broker ICoption and other schemes in the U.S. under the ePrime Global brand.
The man at the front
Israeli Oded Jeremitsky, 59, is the frontman for the Payobin payment scheme of Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovski according to the data available to us. His involvement is probably due to financial problems he had 10 years ago. But one thing at a time.
It is common knowledge in the scene that Payobin with its group of companies and brands was a prime address for illegal brokers, scammers, and online fraudsters. These have registered as so-called merchants with Payobin via bogus companies and nominee directors and used its payment transaction solutions. Payobin and its sister company Monata International UAB evidently did not take the KYC and AML checks very seriously. Through SeeddPay Ltd, registered on the Marshall Islands, the three Israelis also control Hermes Solution Podgorica DOO, registered in Montenegro, through which bank transfers were received from defrauded clients of illegal brokers and laundered.
From the bank records, one can see that Hermes Solution was also a payment service provider for BinaryBook, a binary options fraud system around the Israeli Yukom and its CEO Lee Elbaz. Currently, US prosecutors have indicted 5 people charging them with binary options fraud around BinaryBook. Four of them have already pleaded guilty to fraud (read the FinTelegram reports here).
FinTelegram received bank statements and payment documents proving that Hermes Solution Podgorica DOO was massively involved as unauthorized payment services provider in dozens of scams. Oded Jeremitsky, as one of the Payobin group’s manager, was also involved in this company and the associated money laundering. Evidently, Eyal Nachum, Tamir Zoltovsi, and their frontman Jeremitsky actually facilitated broker scams and investment fraud.
According to the information available to us, the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Montenegro is already investigating Hermes Solution Podgorica and other unauthori
Money from Avi Shemesh
Oded Jeremitsky obviously had massive money issues almost 10 years ago and borrowed money from the well-known money lender Avi Shemesh in Tel Aviv that he could not pay back. Avi Shemesh sued Jeremitksy in 2010 and was won the lawsuit. Subsequently, Oded Jeremitsky was declared bankrupt by the competent court in Jaffa, Israel, in November 2011. The competent court in Israel has confirmed bankruptcy status.
This Avi Shemesh is also an internationally known person and also appears in the environment of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Eyal Nachum and Tamir may have taken advantage of Oded Jeremitsky‘s financial problems. In any case, according to the information available to us, the activity as a paid frontman for the Payobin scheme started after the bankruptcy was opened.
What is he doing now?
It is currently not certain to what extent Jeremitsky is also involved in the activities of the licensed financial services provider Moneta International UAB of Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovski. According to the information available to us, he has no official function in the company and holds no shares. Nevertheless, he appears on various emails and is still the liaison in the dark grey financial market with illegal brokers, scammers, and fraudsters.