A Nigerian advance fee fraudster used the stolen identity of a Roman Catholic nun to launder funds through the now-defunct First Curacao International Bank in the Netherlands Antilles, it has been alleged. In all, more than $2 million from 19 victims were laundered through accounts at the bank, which, at the time, was controlled by former Bermuda resident and suspected criminal John Deuss.
Articles Banks & Trusts Fraud Identity Theft Money Laundering Netherlands Antilles Nigeria USAJuly 6, 2010
Nigerian laundered $2 m from advance fee frauds through FCIB, says U. S.
13 years ago
TopicsBanks & Trusts Fraud Identity Theft Money Laundering Netherlands Antilles
KeywordsEkema Johnny Okonkwo Euphrasia Nyaki First Curacao International Bank John Deuss