Civil police have blamed the front company for defrauding clients in Anapolis

Civil police have blamed the front company for defrauding clients in Anapolis

The company, headquartered in Sao Paulo but with a branch in Anapolis, was indicted by Confit Consortios Civil Police (PC). The investigation into the case began in July this year when a victim in the Fourth Police District (DP) reported that he had joined the consortium and paid more than R $ 07,000 by the date of the complaint.

During the proceedings last Friday (10), a consortium in the city of Annapolis conducted search and seizure warrants at the representative office.

In addition, it was found that the company had never received permission from the Central Bank of Brazil to operate in the consortium because it was a shell company.


In addition to the documents, a cell phone and a notebook were seized for analysis to aid the investigation.

The investigation is not yet complete, and the PC is still unsure how many people were injured in the coup, but it is believed there are a large number.

Initially, the authors will be charged with fraud, however, the investigations are likely to point to the criminal association’s guilt as well. If convicted, he faces up to eight years in prison.


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