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Posts tagged as “Uwe Lenhoff”

Regulatory Issue – Dutch shareholders provide fresh money to keep B90 Holdings alive

It is actually amazing how long authorities watch before they act. In this case, the London Stock Exchange's supervisory authority at B90 Holdings PLC, until recently known as Veltyco Group PLC. Founded in 2016 by the now arrested German Uwe Lenhoff and his Dutch partner, real estate investor Dirk-Jan Bakker, B90 Holdings has a record of numerous regulatory violations. These include incorrect publications, failure to disclose material facts, as well as the arrest of the founder, main shareholder, and manager. Since Lenhoff's arrest, the zombie status of the company has been maintained by the predominantly Dutch shareholders with financial contributions.

Breading News – Europol Law Enforcement action in Belgrade against broker – five perpetrators arrested – more than €60 million damage for retail investors

Austrian law enforcement agents are considered the most active and aggressive in Europe. They have acquired an excellent reputation in the field of cybercrime and…

Shares of public-listed scam facilitator B90 Holdings (former Veltyco Group) suspended due to financial problems in the COVID-19 crisis

The notorious B90 Holdings PLC announced a trading halt of its shares along with severe financial issues due to the COVID-19 pandemics. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange in the AIM segment and was founded in 2016 by the currently imprisoned German Uwe Lenhoff. By way of a so-called Reverse Takeover (RTO), Lenhoff and its partners, the Dutch real-estate investor Dirk-Jan Bakker and the German entrepreneur Falk Preussner, took their online activities to the stock exchange. Taking a scam public is quite an audacious move, isn't it?

Exposed – ING subsidiary Payvision processed €130 million illicit proceeds for now-detained broker scammers Lenhoff & Barak and did so while reporting suspicious activities!

The extent of the damage caused by scam facilitating FinTechs is very clearly shown by the ING subsidiary Payvision. The Dutch Fintech processes some €130 million just for the scams of the two now-imprisoned Uwe Lenhoff (Germany) and Gal Barak (Israel). Thanks to the investigations many sad hypothesis around FinTechs and their role as cybercrime facilitators have been proved by facts and evidence.

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