OneCoin affiliate a suspect in Finnish financial crime case
Finland was one of the first countries to announce a OneCoin investigation.
Unfortunately Finnish authorities put investigating the Bulgarian Ponzi scheme in the “too hard” basket.
Naturally the Ponzi problem didn’t go away, and people in Finland continued to be recruited into and scammed by OneCoin and its affiliates.
With complaints from the public continuing to pile up, two months ago police in Ostrobothnia announced they’d opened a new criminal case.
The new case stems from tax fraud reports filed by Finnish tax authorities, as well as complaints from the general public.
Ostrobothnian police today revealed they are pursuing a Finnish OneCoin affiliate suspect for tax fraud and money laundering.
According to Criminal Commissioner of Police, Antii Perala, the new case is “extensive” with losses pegged at “over half a million Euros”.
Two suspects are being pursued, with the case relating to
tax fraud and gross corruption for one. The other person is suspected of gross money laundering and gross corruption.
The OneCoin affiliate under investigation is suspected of tax fraud and gross corruption.
It was revealed back in August that Finnish authorities were pursuing ‘one of the most central Onecoin figures in Ostrobothnia’
Authorities have yet to confirm but it is likely his or her accomplice, who isn’t a OneCoin affiliate, worked with the OneCoin affiliate to launder funds stolen through OneCoin.
Osterbothnian police have concluded their investigation and handed it over to Public Prosecutors.
From there Public Prosecutors will review the case. If they choose to proceed charges will be filed and the case will head to trial.
OneCoin meanwhile continues to deteriorate, with regulatory warnings in over a dozen countries finally catching up with the company.
- affiliate investor recruitment continues to trend down globally
- OneCoin and OneLife Founder Ruja Ignatova is in hiding and hasn’t been seen in months
- OneLife CEO Pablo Munoz is also in hiding and hasn’t been seen in public for nearly six months
- OneCoin CEO Pierre Arens is manning a seemingly abandoned office in Bulgaria
- top investors continue to abandon OneCoin in droves, churning away to “me too” Ponzi altcoin scams
In addition to regulatory warnings, the suspension of affiliate ROI withdrawals is likely the biggest factor contributing to OneCoin’s collapse.
Sooner or later all Ponzi schemes run out of money. You can prolong a collapse by patching money flowing out of the scheme but that kills investor incentive.
Ultimately all you’re doing is swapping out an instant collapse scenario with a long drawn out collapse, which is what we’re seeing take place in OneCoin.
Stay tuned for updates on the Finnish Public Prosecutor’s case…
finland PLEASE DON’T FORGET KARI–IMPOUND HIS SUPER CARS-PAID FOR IN BITCOINS.
All mentions of the Bride of Dracula, Dr. Ruja Ignatova, Onecoin and Onelife have been removed from Business for Home’s “Top Direct Selling CEO In The World Poll 2017”.
This on our state newspapers website this morning:
Link to Adelaide Now
Oz can you remove my pic please.
Check didn’t clear this month?
It’s from Gravatar. You have to go to the Gravatar website and disassociate your photo from your email address.
Just found out that the Onecoin affiliate named is Patrick Blom. Post-Onecoin he quickly went “Diamond” with Wor(l)d and is now also involved in Omnia (the alleged Genesis mining partner).
As best I can tell via FB, he’s part of “Team Revolution Network” which appears to be partnered or affiliated with ODT GoPRO Team on Omnia, with the Islam brothers at the helm.
HERE WAS WHAT THE INSIDER SAID/ QUOTED:
Ready for next Event! Skip it! Doesnt give a Coin.
Maybe they can talk about how they are well on the way to putting Bitcoin out of business, now! Just a matter of time now. Ready rise to the top of the market. Yaaayyyy!!!
OneCoin move office -with gender sensitive latrines!!!
Look under WWF and you will see where Zafar and his uk cronies helped move the furniture during the relocation.
Pierre hurt his back with Ruja so they couldn’t make Lisbon.
Interesting 13-minute interview on Irish Radio station RTE1 yesterday from Edward O’Sullivan who bought into OneCoin, was excluded and is trying to get his money back.