HAEICHI-II: Interpol arrested +1,000 suspects linked to various cybercrimes
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HAEICHI-II: Interpol arrested 1,003 individuals charged for several cybercrimes, including romance scams, investment frauds, and online money laundering.
Interpol has coordinated an international operation, code-named Operation HAEICHI-II, that led to the arrest of 1,003 individuals linked to various cyber-crimes such as romance scams, investment frauds, online money laundering, and illegal online gambling. The INTERPOL published more than 20 notices were published based on information relating to Operation HAECHI-II and identified 10 new fraudulent schemes.
The law enforcement operation involve police from twenty countries ( Angola, Brunei, Cambodia, Colombia, China, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Korea (Rep. of), Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Romania, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, and Vietnam) between June and September 2021.
The Interpol also involved the use of a new global stop-payment mechanism, the Anti-Money Laundering Rapid Response Protocol (ARRP), which was designed to intercept illicit funds.
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November 27, 2021 at 04:09AM