Money laundering scandal at Elorn UK
LONDON - Aug. 4, 2023 - PRLog -- The initial stages of a new multi-million pound lawsuit has begun against the partners of another Scandinavian bank.
The bank in question, under the names of "Quickpay" (quickpay.net)
Whilst the fourth Partner, "Truevo" (truevo.com)
The plaintiff claims to have evidence that these 4 companies have known for many months, that one of their accounts is being used for money laundering and serious tax fraud.
The money laundering in question was apparently brought to the attention of Elorn and their partners, in 2022, but they refused to deal with the matter.
The defrauded business in question is a Spanish business. The partner with administrative control of this business decided to stop paying the due and collected tax; and instead opened up a UK online bank account in order to siphon the company funds, and launder the money without paying the tax.
As the other partners of the business refused to be involved in illegal activities, the rogue partner convinced Elorn, and Elorn's partners, to deposit the company's funds into a bank account that doesn't officially belong to the company in which the funds belong.
Without Elorn's assistance these crimes would not be possible.
This case claims to have full evidence which demonstrates that everything that has been done by Elorn and their partners, leading up to this case, is illegal; and that they have known about this for almost a year.
The actions of the rogue business partner are of a criminal nature; he is purposefully defrauding the Spanish tax authorities, as well as the other partners of the business. Evidence has been provided in this case to prove that ELORN are implicit of knowingly abetting in criminal activities.
As well as defrauding the Spanish government, this theft also left the other partners of the business with nothing.
The other partners had refused to join in these illegal activities, which have defrauded the tax authorities.
This has caused problems for the other partners, leaving one of the partners close to losing his home.
This case deals with the theft, and laundering, of millions of pounds; and the lawsuit is stated, by lawyers for the plaintiff, to be claiming almost £2,000,000 from Elorn, in damages and illegally withheld remuneration.
Full case details can be found here: http://financelegal.online/