I just logged into the OneCoin's back office and noticed that the company had removed the bank account details of the Hong Kong bank. I was pretty much expecting this to happen after contacting the bank and the Hong Kong Police during the last couple of weeks. Both the bank and the police took the case very seriously although I'm not even a Hong Kong citizen.
At first I contacted the bank to inform about money laundering going on in a bank account of its client. The bank responded swiftly and suggested that I'd better contact the Hong Kong police. I took the advise and forwarded the information to the police.
A week went past and this Monday I was asked by the police to provide more information and asked if I were a victim of this crime. Well, I'm not a victim but I provided an info pack about the case and also informed about the ongoing police investigations in Sweden and in the U.K.
I guess they saw the suspicious deposits coming in and confirmed that money laundering in fact was going on. Then it was time - yet again - to freeze a bank account.
Of course I don't know if I played a part in getting police involved. There might be others who contacted the bank and the police just as I did. Anyway it was nice to notice that even a single report to a police can matter when dealing with international ponzis.
These are the bank accounts OneCoin still has:
|The United Overseas Bank and the Bank of Africa still remain. - But how long?|
I have also contacted those banks way back but received no response whatsoever. I also tried to report to Tanzanian police but the English version of the web site didn't even work properly which was a bit discouraging. Well, maybe I'll try again with Google Translate's help.
20th October, after 10 pm (Finnish time)
Logging into user account revealed this announcement. So there are "techical difficulties in banking processes" and "some transactions may be delayed". Oh my, might it be because the Hong Kong bank account was frozen?