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OneCoin’s Polish Santander Bank account seems to have been lost.

The money from the Ponzi scheme is now being moved through the UK’s Metro Bank.

The latest information about OneCoin’s banking shows that they are looking for investors through the UK shell company Brixit International Limited.

The UK is known for not doing enough to stop financial fraud through domestic “shell” companies that are easy to set up.

OneCoin has opened an account at the Metro Bank PLC branch in Southampton, London. This was done through Brixit International Limited.

Investors in OneCoin are told to use a nondescript alphanumeric invoice number in the payment description so they don’t get caught

Long-time readers will feel like they’ve seen OneCoin’s bank-hopping before.

BehindMLM kept track of similar bank hopping in 2016 with the help of some of the same readers.

After losing its Bank of Africa account in November 2016, OneCoin gave up for a short time.

In January 2017, it was found out that OneCoin had a bank account at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank in the UAE.

When that was quickly shut down, the company switched to a bank account in Spain with Banco Sabadell.

Let’s see how long the new OneCoin bank account in the UK lasts…

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