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The decision: All major banks in these countries have consistently refused referrals to the OneCoin / OneLife system.
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OneCoin: Now complete ban in Scandinavia
Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark are making a move against OneCoin. Under the leadership of Norway, a ban is coordinated in Scandinavia in a concerted action. This reacted to the refusal of those responsible for the fraud system, which had ignored several requests for clarification.
According to research by the Norwegian daily Aftonbladet (Oslo) "at least 12,000 Norwegians and more than 75,000 Swedes are currently trapped in the network of the fraudulent OneCoin / OneLife." In Oslo the alleged crypt was not qualified as a financial service. This is why the authority for gambling is also responsible for clearing up fraud in Scandinavia.
According to the authority, which is: gerlachreport, the fraud system in the authority is passed under the gambling clause 16: This is the prohibition of "pyramid systems and pyramidal distribution systems". In this category falls OneCoin / OneLife.
"Aftonbladet" and: gerlachreport confirmed the authority: "We received a relatively large number of inquiries in the form of tips and questions from private individuals, other authorities and the media who wanted to have details about OneCoin / OneLife. We had to intervene. "
In Oslo it is expressly pointed out that the Norwegian government was also informed by "other European governments about the illegal activities of the alleged crypt network". And "We have also received current insights from the last major event in Macau and are currently evaluating these data."
: Gerlachreport had repeatedly reported on the investigations and was the first to refer to the broad-based police co-ordination, which had been coordinated internationally. These data are now being evaluated in Oslo as far as Scandinavia is concerned.
The agency has also taken over the central work for the other Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Finland and Denmark: "We can confirm that we have taken a consultative leadership position here and our friendly states want to follow our example."
In Scandinavia, the OneCoin / OneLife fraud company has also vehemently denied "being a pyramid system". In Norway, on the other hand, the banks have refused to submit to Onelife on the basis of their findings and investigations. The authorities confirmed that "several Norwegian banks have asked whether the transaction is legitimate". As a result, the financial supervision of Norway was also switched on.
The decision: All major banks in the country have consistently refused referrals to the OneCoin / OneLife system. As is known, the fraud system changes its accounts like others' underwear. In doing so, they have relied on the relevant protection clause against pyramid systems and informed the customer accordingly. However, because the banks are not allowed to interfere with the assets of their clients, the decision of the Financial Supervisory Authority, which OneCoin / OneLife has classed as fraud and prohibited financial transactions, has now been welcomed.
: Gerlachreport learned from Copenhagen and Stockholm that they are to be treated in the same way. Helsinki wants to make a "final decision" in the coming days. It also considers that all previous transactions should also be assessed "from the point of view of commercial fraud and the persons who have paid and received payments."
This is the end of OneCoin / OneLife in Scandinavia and coincides with the findings of the public prosecutors in Germany.