Whitedot Money? ADSU Found Rs 4 Million from 'Bouncer' Tosse

8 years, 12 months ago - July 02, 2013
The drug squad (ADSU) Port Louis, led by Inspector Ashik Jagai, hit a great shot. Based on some information, the squad raided an apartment complex NHDC La Tour Koenig Monday.

The house is occupied by the girlfriend of Stéphane Tosse bouncer, listed by the police for drug offenses. His name was mentioned in the theft of firearms at SOS Guard Limited. The so-called Stéphane Tosse provided protection Sanjeev Lutchmun, a director of Whitedot International Consultancy, investment company which has more than 500 victims using the Ponzi pyramid.

The sleuths of the drug squad conducted a thorough search of the apartment. A bag placed in a cabinet aroused their suspicions. Inside, jewelery (worth thousands of rupees), bundles of banknotes of various denominations: Rs 100, Rs 200, Rs 500, Rs 1000 and Rs 2000. The police proceeded to count throughout the afternoon and evening.

Conclusion: the headquarters ADSU shows have recovered a sum of Rs 4 million. Investigators strongly suspect that this money would come from investments made by customers Whitedot International Consultancy.

Moreover, the Central CID - investigating fraud related Ponzi scheme - had heard that Stéphane Tosse was always present alongside Sanjeev Luchmun when he carried large sums of money. The police want to know if Sanjeev Lutchmun asked his "bodyguard" to hide the money for him. Stéphane Tosse was interrogated by officers of the Central CID after the discovery of Whitedot case. He told investigators that he did that ensuring protection Sanjeev Luthcmun and knew nothing of its financial transactions.

Stéphane Tosse was not present during the search of his home. A man named Marco Merville, 22, who was on the scene, has been shipped. Even if it has not yet entered his testimony, he reportedly told investigators: "Cash power there 'bane' there, "referring to Stéphane Tosse and his girlfriend. They are actively sought by the police. Marco Merville was detained. Stéphane Tosse hired by Mr. Assad Peeroo.

Prison

Five months after the start of the investigation Whitedot (the amount of the alleged scam amounted to Rs 600 million), senior company executives, including Arun Mossudee and Sanjeev Luchmun remain behind bars. Victims-savers, they are waiting to recover their investment. In addition to the company executives, many pastors are in jail. They have played the role of agents and have encouraged their followers to invest in the company.

 

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