What is Crypto Capital Corp?

  1. Running an unlicensed money transmitter. (My copy) Note: this claim is somewhat more complex than others, they do seem to have been licensed in Panama for at least one of the corporations that made up this enterprise. However, Reginald Fowler was prepared to plead guilty to operating an unlicensed money transmitting business. (My copy) However, he has not pled guilty. (My copy)
  2. Reginald Fowler would move funds from the accounts of Crypto Capital to his personal accounts, totallying tens of millions of dollars. (My copy) He referred to this as his ‘10% fund’ and it was documented in a book he referred to as his: “Master US Workbook”.
  3. Reginald Fowler agreed to cooperate in the investigation and keep it secret, then immediately shared it with his co-conspirators and ‘impeded’ the investigation. (My copy)
  4. Reginald Fowler would attempt to get bank accounts by presenting fraudulent bond certificates, allegedly for billions of dollars. (My copy)
  5. When Reginald Fowler was arrested he was in possession of thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit bills, and tools commonly used to create more. (My copy)
  6. Reginald Fowler allegedly used funds from his customers (cryptocurrency exchanges) to represent to the American Alliance of Football that he controlled more funds than he did, in order to obtain an ownership stake. (My copy)
  7. Ivan Manuel Molina Lee, the CEO of Crypto Capital was arrested on suspicion of laundering hundreds of millions of dollars for the Colombian cartels, specifically through Bitfinex. (Archive)

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