FinTelegram: The Evil Brain behind the Operation
New revelations show that behind the fraudsters running the site – as reported last week – hides a darker, sinister criminal.
FinTelegram the site many of us turned to for our financial news for a while, is turning out to be a real bed of worms. As reported last week, the site that has been posing as an investigative site, was in fact managed and run by three convicted fraudsters – Werner Boehm his romantic partner Elfriede Sixt and their long-time partner in crime Alfred Dobias.
However, further investigation has revealed that much darker forces are running the show behind the scenes. As revealed in FinTelegram’s reports to the British authorities, one of the main entities behind the company, an entity identified by the company itself as PSC (Person with Significant Control) of FinTelegram is a company by the name of Krypton Publishing LTD, a shell company which operates as a one-man show of the criminal mastermind Ilan Tzorya.
Tzorya, an Israeli-born international criminal, who has recently been linked to the Blu Bit Banc (BBB) Scam (for which its CEO Blake Kantor was sentenced to a 7 year prison sentence earlier this month), has been called by some the ‘Smooth Criminal’ for his ability to charm his victims with his elegant manners and eloquence, as well as for his ability to evade prosecutors across the world time and time again, leaving his partners to take the fall for his elaborate criminal schemes, while he remains on the run. Tzorya has been involved with extremely violent crime families across the world (Israel, Bulgaria, and Romania just to name a few), and has been suspected of a wide array of crimes spanning from extortion, theft, money laundering and binary options’ scams around the world.
As our investigators discovered, Tzorya has used FinTelegram as a vehicle to promote his crimes, in many ways and forms. This part of the breath-taking story (all backed up with documents and evidence of course) of the ongoing scam that is FinTelegram, will be featured in the third, and final, part of our investigative series next week.