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TOP INTERNET NEWS SITE 2014 CREDITS THEWHISTLEBLOWERS.ORG WITH EXPOSURE OF NAGY SHEHATA WITH ROY GILLAR USING COUNTERFEIT ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS + ARREST IN SENEGAL OF THEIR ASSOCIATE A WELL KNOWN INTERNATIONAL FRAUDSTER + MONEY LAUNDERER NAMED PRINCE MOUSTAPHA NDIAYE

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ENGLISH TRANSLATION MAY 7, 2014

Documents – Exclusive! PRINCE MOUSTAPHA NDIAYE, the Senegalese crook who nearly extract 100 billion CFA francs to the Brazilian government

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Documents – Exclusive! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, the Senegalese crook who nearly extract 100 billion CFA francs to the Brazilian government

 

It is presented as one of the bright young Senegalese businessmen. Moustapha Ndiaye Prince is CEO of RSI Group Of Bank and brasserait billions of CFA francs in his career between London and Dakar. But a survey of Leral.net reveals the hidden side of the 32-year-old man who in reality is a ruthless crook.
It’s Observer who broke the story. “Fraud by organized gangs: Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, ‘owner of a London bank’ arrested by Dic,” ( CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION in SENEGAL) wrote the newspaper’s Future Media Group. What is it? Prince Mustafa Niaye is a young Senegalese businessman suspected of scamming a Beninese wanted by the name of Pascal Marcelin Zinsou. In a commercial transaction, Mr. Ndiaye had to help Mr. Zinsou to implement an environmental project in Africa. For this, funds were provided to the Senegalese businessman through one of its employees. When the transactions were made, the case was a delay in performance, the other party has demanded a refund in the amount of 17 million FCFA. Arrested by Dic, Mr. Ndiaye had no other choice but to make the entire amount due on April 12. A small fee for this man who, they say, multi-billion CFA francs in his career between London and Dakar. But, the case that a file among dozens of others that may fall on the head of Prince. Indeed, many businessmen here or elsewhere complained about actions of the businessman who is considered one of the greatest con artists of his time.

Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, the scammer

He was born October 25, 1982, in Sédhiou and is presented as a financial international developer and CEO of RSI Group Of Bank in London who would be and who would be specialized in trade finance for companies and business people worldwide. But our little survey we discovered that this bank does not exist. In reality, it is only present on the web. In other words, Moustapha Ndiaye Prince is an impostor seeking to roll his “clients” on the Internet. Leral.net and is able to reveal that this young 32 year old is highly sought after. This is what also explains his presence on the list of the biggest crooks in the world. Besides, his name and a photocopy of his passport appear on the site Thewhistleblowers.org which is a platform that aims to expose corruption in the banking sector and money laundering.

The site even made explosive revelations about the Prince with documents signed by the “banker” Senegalese. According to The whisthleblowers (whistleblowers), Mr. Ndiaye has tried to extract 100 billion CFA francs to the Brazilian government. He sent a letter dated 8 March 2013, Dilma Roussef, the President of the Republic, through its Minister of Agriculture, to outline a bilateral cooperation project (Senegal-Brazil) as part of the program funding Community agricultural areas (Prodac) Senegal and the establishment of industrial units for installation and assembly of machinery and agricultural equipment in Senegal. In other words, Prince with the complicity of the American businessman Roy Gillar and Peruvian Nagy Shehata (large highly sought bandits) is allowed to negotiate with the Brazilian government on behalf of the State of Senegal. Grave!

Thewhisthleblowers.org adds that Mr. Ndiaye who even stayed in Brazil from May 21 to July 1, 2013 to meet with his “partners”, submitted false documents to the sixth largest economy authorities. It was even on the verge of convincing the representatives of the Brazilian government. But at the last moment, the plan of Prince scammers falls overboard. Put the perfume of the actions of the businessman, the Brazilian authorities “tear” the project and Prince disappears. Many companies and several businessmen were victims of this ruthless crook. Today it is the subject of several complaints and is wanted by the justice of many countries.

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien
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ORIGINAL IN FRENCH Par : Leral.net | Le 07 mai, 2014 à 15:05:34

Documents – Exclusif ! PRINCE MOUSTAPHA NDIAYE, l’escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

 

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Documents – Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l’escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Il est présenté comme l’un des plus jeunes et brillants hommes d’affaires sénégalais. Prince Moustapha Ndiaye serait PDG de RSI Group Of Bank et brasserait des milliards de francs CFA dans ses activités professionnelles entre Dakar et Londres. Mais, une enquête de Leral.net révèle la face cachée de l’homme de 32 ans qui en réalité est un impitoyable escroc.C’est L’Observateur qui avait révélé l’affaire. « Escroquerie en bande organisée: Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, ‘propriétaire d’une banque londonienne’ arrêté par la Dic », écrivait le journal du Groupe Futurs Médias. De quoi s’agit-il ? Prince Moustapha Niaye est un jeune homme d’affaires sénégalais soupçonné d’avoir voulu escroquer un Béninois répondant au nom de Pascal Marcelin Zinsou. Dans une transaction commerciale, M. Ndiaye devait aider M. Zinsou à mettre en place un projet d’environnement en Afrique. Pour cela, des fonds ont été remis au businessman sénégalais par le biais d’un de ses employés. Lorsque les transactions ont été faites, le dossier a connu un retard d’exécution et l’autre partie a exigé un remboursement d’un montant de 17 millions de FCFA. Arrêté par la Dic, M. Ndiaye n’avait d’autre choix que de rendre l’intégralité de la somme due le 12 avril dernier. Une modique somme pour cet homme qui, dit-on, brasse des milliards de francs CFA dans ses activités professionnelles entre Dakar et Londres. Mais, l’affaire qu’un dossier parmi les dizaines d’autres qui risquent de tomber sur la tête de Prince. En effet, beaucoup d’hommes d’affaires d’ici ou d’ailleurs se sont plaints des agissements du businessman qui est considéré comme l’un des plus grands arnaqueurs de son temps.Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l’arnaqueur

Il est né le 25 octobre 1982, à Sédhiou et se présente comme un financier développeur international et PDG de RSI Group Of Bank qui se trouverait à Londres et qui serait spécialisé dans le financement du commerce pour entreprises et hommes d’affaires du monde entier. Mais, notre petite enquête nous a permis de découvrir que cette banque n’existe pas. En réalité, elle n’est présente que sur le web. En d’autres termes, Prince Moustapha Ndiaye est un imposteur qui cherche à rouler ses « clients » sur Internet. Et Leral.net est en mesure de vous révéler que ce jeune de 32 ans est vivement recherché. C’est ce qui explique d’ailleurs sa présence sur la liste des plus grands escrocs du monde. D’ailleurs, son nom et la photocopie de son passeport apparaissent sur le site de Thewhistleblowers.org qui est une plate-forme qui vise à dénoncer la corruption dans le secteur bancaire et le blanchiment d’argent.

Le site fait même des révélations explosives sur le Prince avec des documents signés par le « banquier » sénégalais. D’après The whisthleblowers (les dénonciateurs), M. Ndiaye a tenté de soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien. Il a adressé une lettre, datée du 08 mars 2013, à Dilma Roussef, la présidente de la République, via son ministre de l’Agriculture, pour lui exposer un projet de coopération bilatérale (Sénégal-Brésil) dans le cadre du financement du Programme des domaines agricoles communautaires (Prodac) du Sénégal et de la mise en place d’unités industrielles pour le montage et l’assemblage de matériels et équipements agricoles au Sénégal. Autrement dit, Prince avec la complicité de l’homme d’affaires américain Roy Gillar et du Péruvien Nagy Shehata (de grands bandits vivement recherchés) s’est permis de négocier avec le gouvernement brésilien au nom de l’Etat du Sénégal. Grave !

Thewhisthleblowers.org ajoute que M. Ndiaye qui a même séjourné au Brésil du 21 mai au 01 juillet 2013 pour rencontrer ses « partenaires », a présenté de faux documents aux autorités de la sixième puissance économique mondiale. Il était même à deux doigts de convaincre les représentants du gouvernement brésilien. Mais, au dernier moment, le plan du Prince des arnaqueurs tombe à l’eau. Mises au parfum des agissements de l’homme d’affaires, les autorités brésiliennes « déchirent » le projet et Prince disparaît. De nombreuses entreprises et plusieurs hommes d’affaires ont été victimes de cet impitoyable escroc. Aujourd’hui, il fait l’objet de plusieurs plaintes et est recherché par le justice de beaucoup de pays.

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

Documents - Exclusif ! Prince Moustapha Ndiaye, l'escroc sénégalais qui a failli soutirer 100 milliards de francs CFA au gouvernement brésilien

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WONG KOK WAI, DIRECTOR OF FAKE UK BANK CALLED RSI BANK PLC, 2014 CREATED A UK SHELL CALLED RSI FINANCIAL GROUP LTD.

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Current Directors and Secretaries

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ABDOUL AZIZ WANE LEAVES NOTORIOUS RSI BANK PLC

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE SOPHISTICATED, ORGANIZED, INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATION CONCEALING ITS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES AMONG THE INTERNATIONAL BROKER COMMUNITY WITH COUNTERFEIT BANK DOCUMENTS + TRANSACTIONS ON THE INTERBANK SCREEN THAT WE ARE INVESTIGATING + EXPOSING ON THIS WEBSITE, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE OF PRIVATE BANKING CORRUPTION, TAX EVASION, MONEY LAUNDERING or TERRORISM FINANCING, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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Abdoul Aziz Wane
Abdoul Aziz Wane

Finance Executive and CEO of WaneCorp™

Current
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  2. The International Finance Corporation -The World Bank
Previous
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  2. A2F Consulting,
  3. information for development (infoDev) – The World Bank Group
Education
  1. The George Washington University – School of Business

 

ABDOUL AZIZ WANE AT RSI BANK PLC

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FCA WARNING ABOUT RSI BANK PLC

 

http://www.fca.org.uk/news/warnings/rsi-bank-plc

 

RSI Bank Plc

Published: 05/08/2013   Last Modified : 26/03/2014

We believe this firm has been providing financial services or products in the UK without our authorisation. Find out why to be especially wary of dealing with this unauthorised firm and how to protect yourself from scammers.

Almost all firms and individuals offering, promoting or selling financial services or products in the UK have to be authorised by us.

However, some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run scams like share fraud.

RSI Bank PLC is registered with the FCA for anti-money laundering purposes only. It is not permitted to carry out any activities for which FCA authorisation is required.

RSI Bank Plc

Address: C/o Coddan CPM Ltd, 124 Baker Street, London, W1U 6TY

Suite 2, 80 Lawrie Park Road, London, SE26 6DX

1 Turnpike Lane, 1st Floor – Suite # 9, Chris Aria House, London, N8 0EP

Tel: +44 20 3286 7229

Website: www.rsiplc.com

How to protect yourself

We strongly advise you to only deal with financial firms that are authorised by us, and check the Financial Services Register to ensure they are. It has information on firms and individuals that are, or have been, regulated by us.

If a firm does not appear on the Register but claims it does, contact our Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768.

There are more steps you should take to protect yourself from unauthorised firms.

You should also be aware that if you give money to an unauthorised firm, you will not be covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service orFinancial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) if things go wrong.

Report an unauthorised firm

If you think you have been approached by an unauthorised firm or contacted about a scam, you should contact our Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768. If you were offered, bought or sold shares, you can use our share fraud reporting form.

You can see more ways to report an unauthorised firm and find out what to do if you have been scammed.

 

 

ABDOUL AZIZ WANE: EX-WORLD BANK OFFICIAL LINKED TO NOTORIOUS ENTITY FLAGGED BY FCA UK

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE SOPHISTICATED, ORGANIZED, INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATION CONCEALING ITS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES AMONG THE INTERNATIONAL BROKER COMMUNITY WITH COUNTERFEIT BANK DOCUMENTS + TRANSACTIONS ON THE INTERBANK SCREEN THAT WE ARE INVESTIGATING + EXPOSING ON THIS WEBSITE, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

 

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Abdoul Aziz Wane: EX-IFC / WORLD BANK
ABDOUL AZZIZ WANE

Finance Executive and CEO of WaneCorp™

Current
  1. WaneCorp™,
  2. The International Finance Corporation -The World Bank
Previous
  1. The International Finance Corporation – The World Bank,
  2. A2F Consulting,
  3. information for development (infoDev) – The World Bank Group
Education
  1. The George Washington University – School of Business

 

Abdoul Aziz Wane: HEAD OF COMPLIANCE RSI BANK PLC
ABDOUL AZZIZ WANE

 

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http://www.fca.org.uk/news/warnings/rsi-bank-plc

http://jamaluddinsyed.blogspot.com/2013/12/worthless-bank-guarantees.html

FCA UK

RSI Bank Plc

Published: 05/08/2013   Last Modified : 26/03/2014

We believe this firm has been providing financial services or products in the UK without our authorisation. Find out why to be especially wary of dealing with this unauthorised firm and how to protect yourself from scammers.

Almost all firms and individuals offering, promoting or selling financial services or products in the UK have to be authorised by us.

However, some firms act without our authorisation and some knowingly run scams like share fraud.

RSI Bank PLC is registered with the FCA for anti-money laundering purposes only. It is not permitted to carry out any activities for which FCA authorisation is required.

RSI Bank Plc

Address: C/o Coddan CPM Ltd, 124 Baker Street, London, W1U 6TY

Suite 2, 80 Lawrie Park Road, London, SE26 6DX

1 Turnpike Lane, 1st Floor – Suite # 9, Chris Aria House, London, N8 0EP

Tel: +44 20 3286 7229

Website: www.rsiplc.com

How to protect yourself

We strongly advise you to only deal with financial firms that are authorised by us, and check the Financial Services Register to ensure they are. It has information on firms and individuals that are, or have been, regulated by us.

If a firm does not appear on the Register but claims it does, contact our Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768.

There are more steps you should take to protect yourself from unauthorised firms.

You should also be aware that if you give money to an unauthorised firm, you will not be covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service orFinancial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) if things go wrong.

Report an unauthorised firm

If you think you have been approached by an unauthorised firm or contacted about a scam, you should contact our Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768. If you were offered, bought or sold shares, you can use our share fraud reporting form.

You can see more ways to report an unauthorised firm and find out what to do if you have been scammed.