A number of fictitious ‘blacklists’ circulating on the Internet do not originate from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) or any of its divisions.
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BBC investigators have discovered that the hard drives from many recycled British computers are turning up in Nigeria, a country notorious for financial fraud and identity theft.
ICC Financial Investigation Bureau’s (FIB) Expert Witness service has been instrumental in securing criminal convictions in several recent court cases. Police forces in Europe and around the globe are finding that the service is extremely helpful when dealing with cases of financial fraud.
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has just completed an investigation of a NASDAQ-listed pharmaceutical company hit by operators of an investment fraud scam.
Six fraudsters are now behind bars in large part due to expert witness testimony provided by ICC’s Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB). In two recent European court cases, law enforcement agencies relied upon FIB’s expertise to unravel a patchwork of complex financial crimes.
A company based in China has saved hundreds of thousands of dollars by heeding a financial fraud warning recently posted on the ICC Financial Investigation Bureau’s (FIB) website www.icc-ccs.org.
Investment watchdog the Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has uncovered the details of a recent boiler room scam that appears to be operating from a prestigious address in the heart of New York’s financial district.
The ICC's Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB), has received numerous reports of irregularities stemming from banks registered in Anjouan, Comoros Islands, off the east coast of Africa.
ICC’s Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) is warning that several blacklisted Nauru-registered banks still appear to be in operation. In 2002, the South Pacific island was designated a money laundering concern by the US Department of the Treasury. Since that time, financial dealings between US financial institutions and any Nauru-licensed institution have been prohibited.
Investors in the Middle East are the most recent target of a cunning share buy back scam. The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has received details of the case and is following the fraud operation closely.