The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been criticized by the National Audit Office for acting too slow to enforce crypto laws.
Lukasz Nowak secured a $63,000 Covid loan and invested it in crypto, however, his broker turned out to be a scammer and he lost everything.
The gang will release X-rays, letters, clinical notes, and pathology reports, belonging to the Royal Family unless it’s paid 10 bitcoins.
The UK gov’t wants to know how many times a crypto asset has been transacted, how much it cost, what exchanges were used, and any profits.
UK-based Mohammed Afzal must also hand back $1.3 million worth of property and a Mercedes SUV gained through illegal steroid smuggling.
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