The world record holder Usain Bolt is part of the massive fraud of an investment fund for which $12.7 million “disappeared” from his accounta scam for which a judicial process is followed by the government of Jamaica, which has requested support from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States, FBI.
Last week, Bolt learned that the balance in his Stocks and Securities LTD (SSL) investor account had inexplicably dropped; however, the world record holder He is not the only one affected after the company revealed that some 40 clients had lost millions of dollarsallegedly diluted by an employee of the firm.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt is the victim of fraudulent banking movements and would have lost millions of dollars
Local media information details that for the On October 31, 2022 Bolt’s investment account had 12.7 million allocated to a pension plan for both him and his parents, a figure that for January 11 it was reduced to just $12,000.
His lawyers have immediately ruled on the case, alleging that they will “go to court” if the company does not return the funds, something for which they opened a period of 10 days.
Own Bolt spoke through his social networks with the following message: “In a world of lies… Where is the truth? The evil of hHistory… What is the root?… Money”.
The scam in the investment company has caused stir in jamaicato the point that the local government will take part in the investigation. “I am shocked and feel a deep level of anger and disgust at the alarming and wicked fraud that has allegedly been committed,” said Jamaican Finance Minister Nigel Clarke.
“Jamaica is the main financial center of the English-speaking Caribbean and we will do everything in our power to protect the country’s position in this regard”, he added.
The portal Jamaica Observer published on Tuesday that Clarke spoke of asking “Jamaica’s foreign partners to include forensic auditors in the investigation.” of what is described as the largest fraud in the history of the island and which, according to the Financial Investigations Division (FID), began more than a decade ago.
“Based on the magnitude of this fraud and the lines of investigation that are being followed, The FID and the Fraud Squad last week sought the help of the FBI and other international partners to help unravel this 13-year-old fraud. so that we can bring all the perpetrators, and all the conspirators, to justice,” Clarke said.
The Financial Investigations Division and the Fraud Squad have already sought assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and other international partners regarding the SSL investigations. pic.twitter.com/W5KxMHqXy3
—Nigel Clarke (@NigelClarkeJa) January 24, 2023
According to the post, the main suspect in the fraud indicated in a document that he began taking money from customer accounts since 2010, one of these the Jamaican legend through a limited liability company. (D)
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