Ponzi Scheme: Two Other Companies Outside Game

8 years, 9 months ago - April 24, 2013
The investigation into the alleged financial scams in societies Whitedot International Consultancy Ltd and Sunkai Ltd. has not yet revealed all its secrets, the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) has taken in his nets other companies suspected of resorting to illegal financial practices.

Monday, investigators CCID hit a great shot. They landed in the offices of Helen Partners Ltd. and Wealth Investment Ltd. companies. The managers of these firms were placed under arrest. In the case Whitedot two other people, including a policeman, were arrested.

As the fifth week of investigation is launched on Monday, the investigators have put a brake on the activities of two new companies. The detectives of the CCID visited local Helen Partners Ltd. in the heart of the capital. The Hemant Jangi have arrested Gabriel Karl Mico Helena, Director. This resident of Pointe-aux-Sables, 55 years old, give his version of events in the presence of his lawyer. The sleuths also carried out the arrest of his two daughters, Rebecca and Lucinda Helena.

Two computers, a laptop, files, contracts and 12 checks, with amounts ranging between Rs 30,000 and Rs 50,000 were seized. The two women were taken to CCID for interrogation. They were later released. It is the Bank of Mauritius that would put a flea in the ear of the investigators on the operation of the company. The company, established earlier this year, would operate without a license from the Financial Services Commission (FSC).

Another company, the Wealth Investment Ltd., was also searched. Following a request of the FSC, the sleuths have paid close attention to its operations. Directors, Rudraduth Ramrekha, living Grind Saint-André and Marjorie Sobhee, aged 35, had been summoned by the FSC to explain their activities. Their accounts were also frozen by the Asset Forfeiture Unit of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the record of the company subject to the CCID, which took over. But unlike Whitedot International Consultancy Ltd., no complaint has been registered against Wealth Investment Ltd..

Whitedot: Two more arrests

Arriving at the premises of the CCID, the detectives had to work hard to make out Marjorie Sobhee the police vehicle. It was after a couple of minutes it was decided to set foot outside. Managers Wealth Investment Ltd., represented by Siddartha Hawaldar, were then interviewed. They remain in police custody. Interrogation is expected to continue on Tuesday.

In the wake of the investigation Whitedot International Consultancy Ltd on Monday, the detectives have made two further arrests. The first is Hurryvan Ramkissoon, police assigned to the detention center of Vacoas. Investigators accused him of working as an agent for Sunkai and Whitedot. Vishnu Rambaruth, is police pre-retirement leave, which would have embedded in these schemes. The policeman Ramkissoon holds a portfolio with 46 investors. Questioned at length about his role in the managed Bhimla Ramloll company Hurryvan Ramkissoon said he was unaware that the company was operating illegally. He was placed in police custody pending a court appearance Rose Hill under a provisional charge of 'conspiracy to defraud'. His brother, policeman he also may be worried by the CCID officers.

The second person to be arrested is Dayanand Toolsee. This 70 year old man would be the accountant Arun Mussoddee. He is Curepipe that bloodhounds it fell over. Several documents were seized from his home. The investigators carried out the seizure of Rs 500,000 during their operation.

Dayanand Toolsee is believed to have helped Arun Mussoddee, the man behind the scandal, climbing several companies. The experience of the seventies, a former Assistant Accountant General of the Government, was a great help to the young man of 23 years. Placed in police custody, he will appear in court in Rose Hill on Tuesday on a charge of 'conspiracy to defraud'.

In that case, the pastor Narainsamy Appadu says Vijay, who found freedom last week after paying a bail of Rs 100,000 and signed an acknowledgment of debt of Rs 200,000 was again heard by the CCID . The religious man is an investor and have also acted as agent Whitedot.

This is the bodyguard Sanjeev Lutchman, a man named Stephen, who, when questioned last week threw the name of the pastor. He explained that during one of his trips with his boss, it would have put two bags suspected to contain a certain amount of money to Vijay Appadu. Version as the main concerned insane.

 

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