“Ignatova created OneCoin in 2014 in Bulgaria and led the organization until it vanished in 2017. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan accused it of fraud and money laundering due to what the government described as essentially a financial pyramid scheme. Her exploits became one successful theme.
Ruja Ignatova is on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. “Ignatova will be there The only woman on the American list— noted Bloomberg.
Ignatova is also on the Europol list
“Europol put her on a wanted list last month and offered a reward of 5,000 euros for information leading to her arrest,” the agency added.
According to the claim OneCoin produced 3.4 billion euros And Bloomberg noted that ($ 3.78 billion) in revenue from the fourth quarter of 2014 to the third quarter of 2016, but it has no real value and cannot be used to buy anything.
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“(The Structure) operates as a multi-level marketing network, paying commissions to more than 3 million of its members worldwide to recruit others to purchase OneCoin packages,” prosecutors explained.
Ignatova’s brother arrested for money laundering
Bloomberg reports that Ignatova’s brother, Konstantin Ignatov, was arrested in March 2019 in Los Angeles.
He later pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering charges and testified before prosecutors against Mark S. Scott, the attorney who became Convicted of doing laundry for nearly $400 million with OneCoin. Scott opposes the verdict, saying that there is evidence that Konstantin Ignatov lied in the booth “- he emphasized.
Bloomberg explains that “another man, David Pike, pleaded guilty in October to a bank fraud conspiracy to aid Scott in money laundering. He was sentenced to two years in prison in March.”
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