David Smith

Jamaica seeks evidence in US for OLINT forex fraud trial

Jamaica has requested evidence in the United States for use in the trial of four Jamaicans - Frederick March, Andrew Grant, David Smith and Joseph Issa - accused of participating in a substantial forex fraud perpetrated in the name of Overseas Locket International Corporation, commonly known as OLINT.

Jamaica: Frederick March et al

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Jamaica - for a criminal investigation into Frederick March and Andrew Grant for suspected money laundering.

Karl Eller et al v. UBS AG et al: Notice of Removal

Notice of Removal in Karl Eller, Joan Eller, and The University of Arizona v. UBS AG, UBS AG, Stamford Branch; UBS AG, London Branch; and UBC (Cayman) Ltd. at the U. S. District Court for the District of Arizona.

Ina Forbes et al v. Arnold Smith: Claim Form

Claim Form in Edith Adams, in her capacity as personal representative for Ivy Mercer, deceased, and Ina Forbes v. Arnold Smith at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Lincoln Fraser and Jared Brook involved in new financial scandal

British conmen Lincoln Fraser and Jared Brook, who masterminded the $400 million Imperial Consolidated fraud that failed in 2002, are embroiled in yet another international financial scandal involving a group that has done business under several names, including EasyKard, Saphrau, Wharfside, Quatro and G4 Group.

Insider Talking: August 26, 2010

Litigation that has been taking place in Florida over the last 22 months on behalf of victims of various get rich quick investment schemes that substantially targeted Jamaican nationals or their descendants in the Caribbean and the United States is

Ex-TCI Premier Michael Misick sued by victims of Ponzi scheme

Former Turks and Caicos Islands Premier Michael Misick is being sued in Fort Lauderdale by a physician who claims he was defrauded in a TCI based get rich quick scheme. Plaintiff Christopher Walker, a resident of Orlando, Florida, is seeking

Investors scramble to recover up to US$1 billion as Caribbean Forex scams collapse

An epidemic of investment fraud is causing financial misery to victims who appear to be predominantly Caribbean residents and Caribbean expatriates living in the United States.Tens of thousands of investors are believed to have invested between US$650 million and US$1 billion over the last five years in more than two dozen unlicensed schemes, many of which promised returns of between 6% and 25% per month.

Russia seeks evidence from Delawar-domiciled firm for tax evasion investigation

Article based on an application to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into alleged tax fraud - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Russia - that was filed at federal court in the USA on August 16, 2004. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the request for assistance are Firma Vneshtorg, Valery Anatolyevich Kostin, Georgy Aleksandrovich Chernichenko, Alexander Alekseevich Chupranov, VG Euro Ltd., Electroservice, Agrodorstroy, Laston-Eco LLC, Zavod eksperimentalnogo litya, Intertrade Atlantic LLC, Algora, Alfer Holding GmbH, Marco Ltd., I. F. & M. Ltd., Laslo Kalman, Charles Fromm, a.k.a. Carles Fromm, and David Smith.