A new development took place in the Thodex case, which made a rapid entry into Turkey’s agenda in April. According to the latest information, Thodex founder Faruk Fatih Özer and others, one of the suspects within the scope of the investigation, transferred money to Binance. The prosecutor’s office confiscated 30 million liras from the suspects. Here are the details…
New information in the Thodex case: 30 million lira was seized
In the investigation conducted by the Istanbul Anatolian Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office Organized, Smuggling and Financial Crimes Investigation Bureau Prosecutor, it was determined that Thodex founder Faruk Fatih Özer and other suspects transferred money to Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange with transaction volume. The prosecutor’s office confiscated 30 million lira in Binance. The prosecutor’s office conducted correspondence with the stock market. The Prosecutor’s Office also wrote to the Ministry of Commerce, the Treasury and Capital Markets Operations Unit, the Ministry of Taxation and the Financial Crimes Investigation Board (MASAK).
In the correspondence, it was requested from the Financial Crimes Investigation Board to conduct an investigation on money laundering, from the Ministry of Commerce to evaluate the tax crimes of Thodex, and from the Treasury and Capital Markets Operations Unit to conduct an investigation in terms of capital markets. In addition, the Ministry of Commerce was asked to issue a report within the framework of the Law on Consumer Protection. He requested the Tax Office to issue a report on whether the company evaded tax or not.
Damage to 1,500 victims expected to be determined
As a result of the responses to the correspondence, the prosecutor’s office will determine the loss of about 1,500 known victims. This money, which is reported to be 300 million 100 thousand 78 liras in full, belongs to six detainees and 27 suspects, including Faruk Fatih Özer and his elder brother Güven Özer.
cryptocoin.com As we have reported, Faruk Fatih Özer is still wanted. As a result of correspondence with many institutions, the prosecutor’s office determined that Özer was still in Albania and demanded that Özer be extradited from Albania. The prosecutor’s office continues to work to determine the losses of the victims of the exchange within the scope of the investigation. Two weeks ago, we reported that a criminal complaint was made against famous names playing in Thodex’s advertisements.
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