Arrested by the Portuguese police, now known as Europe
The second largest online trading app for making fake money
With the help of Europe.
A police judge has arrested five suspects
He was charged with making false notes and being a member of a bank
It is suspected that the suspect has been arrested
More than 1.3 million (1.43 million) countries, including France
Germany, Spain and Portugal.
Because of the number of jobs he has hired.
Clockmakers entered eight cities and workplaces
Address for 1,833 fraudulent transactions
A total of 69,930 points.
Several other items were confiscated, including equipment.
Tools used to make counterfeit money, such as computers
The printer is a safety center with a safety cord.
Ultra-brightly colored and textured wallpaper
“Europol has always supported this work,” Euro said in a statement.
Start with a fake expert and shut down the internet. There are many series
They are saved in Euros and the data files are saved.
In addition to financial support, European legal agencies
Embassy handed over to Portuguese observers
Surgical support on surgery day.
During the operation, Europol researchers were deployed to assist the mobile office.
A few days later, an Interpol meeting was held at headquarters in Lyon, France.
It plays an obscure role in promoting illicit trade in counterfeit currency, especially counterfeit currency.
Deputies also talked about new ways of cheating
Advanced security features and money checks
Inspection of bridges built using equipment and construction
Inkjet printer and quasi-net control system structure.
According to Europol [
Law and order in the counterfeit currency sector remains a major issue
Despite the economy, digital payments are still growing
Reduce the use of physical money.
Law enforcement agencies consider this an organized crime
Some people continue to make fake money, but do not
This is because production requires the right tools and equipment
Fake tutorials are easy to find online
In April, Spanish police announced that the planned network was coming to an end
Printed materials were donated in this country.