Økokrim believes Lycamobile Norway has transferred large sums of money overseas, despite the fact that a large part of the amount was split from the crime.
According to the statement, Lycamobile transferred around NOK 495 million overseas "despite the fact that a large part of it comes from criminal acts," writes Dagens Næringsliv.
Money laundering is described in the statement as gross either because of significant amounts or because money laundering must have occurred regularly.
In June, a 35-year-old man was arrested and convicted of serious money laundering based on a Økokrim suit. The man should have worked as an independent distributor for Lycamobile.
Lycamobile manufactures prepaid cards sold online and local retailers around the world. According to the DN, the network around the Lycamobile was also investigated in several other countries.
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