The BelTel: FBI’s most-wanted ‘Missing Crypto Queen’ believed to be in Dublin just two weeks before disappearance.
Bulgarian woman Dr Ruja Ignatova is accused of defrauding investors out of $4bn by selling a fake cryptocurrency called OneCoin.
Wanted: Ruja Ignatova faces charges of money-laundering and fraud charges in the US and is on Interpol’s red list July 19 2022 07:00 AM
A Bulgarian woman who is wanted by the FBI for an alleged scam involving cryptocurrency was in Ireland before she vanished, according to a journalist who has been searching for her for years.
Dr Ruja Ignatova is accused of defrauding investors out of $4bn (£3.3bn) by selling a fake cryptocurrency called OneCoin. The FBI recently added Dr Ruja to its 10 most-wanted fugitives list and is now offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to her capture.
British journalist Jamie Bartlett is the author of The Missing Cryptoqueen, and the star of the BBC podcast with the same name. He describes her as one of the “richest criminals of all time”, and discusses her connection to Ireland.
Free legal advice;
In the past month, there have been many articles about a Bulgarian national, Ms. Ruja Ignatova. It is apparent that the FBI only recently placed this person on the Interpol Red Notice, probably due to the fact that they came in possession of some new evidence and information. From the legal perspective, this case is still active. If Ms. Ignatova is apprehended and criminal proceedings initiated, it would be possible to submit a restitution claim for victims defrauded through OneCoin platform.
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