FCIB releases mobile traders’ money

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More money has been released to traders from the First Curucao International Bank (FCIB), based in the Caribbean.

Around 3,000 mobile phone traders have had funds frozen in the FCIB since August 2006, when the FCIB was placed into administration on suspicion of handling fraudulent VAT funds. This week, the FCIB released money to traders who have issued proceedings against it.

Alias Dass, of Dass Solicitors, said: “Those that have issued proceedings have started to see money released.”

 

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