A judge in California has granted an IRS petition to serve a 'John Doe' summons on Wells Fargo Bank as part of a criminal investigation into suspected tax evasion by clients of Barbados-headquartered CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, for which Wells Fargo provided a correspondent account.
IRS Petition for Leave to Serve 'John Doe' Summons on Wells Fargo Bank regarding clients of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Former St. Kitts & Nevis-based offshore provider Malchus Irvin Boncamper was yesterday sentenced to eight years and one month in prison for helping to launder the proceeds of an insurance fraud.
Government's Statement of Facts in USA v. Malchus Irvin Boncamper, Christopher Purser, Robert Steve Mills, Edmund Hugh Benton, William Ballachey, and Marc-Thibaud Duchesne at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
St. Kitts & Nevis-based offshore provider Malchus Irvin BonCamper has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit laundering at federal court in Houston in connection with a scheme to sell fraudulent insurance policies to insureds in the United States.
U. S. Government's Supplemental Response to Edward Hugh Benton's Motion appealing his detention order in a criminal action brought by the USA against Malchus Irvin BonCamper, Edward Hugh Benton, William Ballachey, Robert Steve Mills, Marc-Thibaud Duchesne, and Christopher Purser at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
St. Kitts & Nevis based accountant Malchus Irvin BonCamper, who has featured in several OffshoreAlert articles over the last 10 years concerning his involvement in illegal activity, is in custody in Texas after being criminally indicted on multiple counts of
Superseding indictment by USA against Malchus Irvin BonCamper, Christopher Purser, Robert Steve Mills, Edmund Hugh Benton, William Ballachey and Marc-Thibaud Duchesne for alleged insurance fraud and money laundering.
A fraudulent reinsurer that was incorporated in Nevis but operated from the United States appears to have gone out of business amid a slew of lawsuits, including a judgment for $1.3 million. The telephone number for Certusia Reinsurance Company Inc.'s
A Caribbean-based doctor who supplied the steroids that led to Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson's disqualification at the 1988 Olympics has set up a Florida 'trust' company with a debt-ridden accountant who has been involved with several fraudulently-operated offshore firms over many years.Dr. George Astaphan, 58, and Malchus Irvin BonCamper, 60, who both reside in Basseterre, St. Kitts, are the only directors of Tegreman Trust (USA) Inc., which was formed in Florida on December 6, 2004.
Several St. Kitts-based offshore providers and IBCs are on the verge of having default judgments entered against them for fraud in a civil lawsuit filed in New York.