The company Net Kantor Sp. z o.o., headed by Przemyslaw Andrzej Brukwicki, is suspected to be responsible for laundering illegally acquired funds in various dubious online investment fraud platforms, such as "Sharefounders", "Askobid", "GFXRoyal", "Prime-Invest FX", "IQCryptos", "AtlasFMI", "Nava Gates", "BTC Markets" and many others, which have been targeted by investigative authorities.
Preliminary investigation and estimated losses
An extensive investigation by the Poznan Public Prosecutor's Office is revealing the full extent of this fraud network. It is believed that more than €20 million was laundered through bank accounts held by Net Kantor Sp. z o.o. at BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. in Krakow, Poland. The number of victims across the European Union exceeds 2,000.
Relations with BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. and suspicion of money laundering
One of the focal points of the investigation is the business relationship of Net Kantor Sp. z o.o. with BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. and its possible involvement in money laundering.
Investigation conducted by Resch Law Firm
Through a comprehensive investigation of the account and payment transaction records of BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. in Krakow and various inspections of files, Resch Law Firm was able to secure important evidence for the client's possible proceedings against the bank.
Historical background of the money laundering cases
During its work in investment fraud, Resch Rechtsanwälte had already come across several money laundering accounts opened at the aforementioned branch of BNP Paribas Polska S.A. in Krakow. Can this be a coincidence?
Suspicious foreign currency accounts
Particularly conspicuous were foreign currency (EURO) accounts held by companies such as Terem OK Sp. z o.o., Lumen One Group Sp. z o.o., ITPOZ Sp. z o.o., Super-M. Sp. z o.o., Sun Power Sp. z o.o., BRAWEXO Sp. z o.o., Radtransporting Sp. z o.o. and GEWTECH Sp. z o.o., to name but a few.
The attempt of BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. to prevent money laundering. Just a failure or more?
In October 2019, BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A. initiated an internal anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing procedure after classifying Net Kantor Sp. z o.o. as a high-risk client.
Failure of control mechanisms
Despite the measures implemented, it was not possible to prevent ongoing money laundering on a significant scale. Why not? Attorney Manfred Resch of the law firm Resch Rechtsanwälte GmbH in Berlin suspects that the bank's employees may not have overlooked these practices when monitoring payment transactions by European anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regulations.
What should you do if you have also been sucked into one of the many fraud platforms that have formed around Net Kantor Sp. z o.o.? Is there any chance to get your money back?
There is a maxim: money is never gone, it is just in a different place. We can make this happen. As experts and specialist lawyers in the field of investor protection, we can trace how the online investment fraudsters "laundered" the money. Real people opened accounts at real banks, which is a good leverage to use successfully. The chances of getting your money back are many times greater than those defrauded by the investment scammers can imagine. Reporting the online investment scam to the police is insufficient because it will not return the lost capital.
If you would like to know how to proceed and what we, Resch Rechtsanwälte GmbH, can do for you to get your money back from the scammers, please call +49 30 8859770 or use the contact form. We will get back to you as soon as possible, and you are welcome to discuss your case personally with one of our experienced attorneys. We are also happy to provide a free initial assessment of your case.
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