This is an account of the optimum 'with code like' iban 'in Britain that money landed from Switzerland, two weeks ago. These Rs500 million belong to the resident businessman Beau Bassin and has a weakness for beautiful cars and whose assets, as well as those of his brother, is in 'receivership'.
They continued on a charge of massive fraud against two South Africans for a case of sale of apartments and shares in a company they have never had.
Where the Rs 500 million come from? According to our information, the money comes from a Swiss bank account of a resident of the North Island has made about him at the end of last year, and in other cases, in the acquisition India real estate, and was arrested on a charge of assault and fraud of Rs 40 million in November 2012 against a Mauritian, who is currently in England and is expected to CCID for investigation. However, a Northern block denies being involved in the bank transfer. The money was passed in England before taking the path of Standard Bank Jersey Ltd., PO Box 583, La Motte Street, St Halier, Jersey, Channel Islands.
In fact, the businessman would be a way for other Mauritians, also in business. Some are steeped in politics and business man would use this as a screen.
Asked Tuesday afternoon, the businessman denies having much money: "It is totally wrong to say that I have so much money in my account, but I would have liked it in so be. " No account in England or elsewhere? "England or not, I do not have the money to my account and it is again wrong to think that this is so. Then that would have given me so much money? That's all I have to tell you, "he answered us, surprised that we asked him this question.
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