OneCoin appears to have lost its Polish Santander Bank account.

The Ponzi scheme is now laundering money through Metro Bank in the UK.

OneCoin’s latest banking details see them solicit investment through the UK shell company Brixit International Limited.

The UK is notorious for failing to regulate financial fraud through easily set up domestic shell companies.

Through Brixit International Limited, OneCoin has acquired an account with Metro Bank PLC’s Southampton, London branch.

To put off detection, OneCoin investors are instructed to use a nondescript alphanumerical invoice number in the the payment description (click to enlarge):

OneCoin’s bank hopping will bring a sense of dejavu to longtime readers.

With the assistance of some of the very same readers, BehindMLM tracked similar bank hopping throughout 2016.

OneCoin briefly gave up in November 2016, after losing its Bank of Africa account.

In January 2017 it was revealed OneCoin was using an Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank account in the UAE.

When that was promptly shut down the company started using a Banco Sabadell account in Spain.

Let’s see how long OneCoin’s new UK bank account stays up for…