Portuguese police destroyed what was known as Europe.
The second largest network is active
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The suspects were arrested by court officials.
Charged with charges of forgery by internal bodies
One was arrested for possession of counterfeit coins
In countries such as France, its population is just over 3.3 million (1.1.4343 million)
Germany, Spain and Portugal
Part of the operation that led to the arrest of the accused
Investigators broke into eight homes and businesses.
Address where 1.83333 counterfeit banknote was taken
A total of 69,930
Many items, including essentials and supplies, were seized
Tools used for payments, such as computers
Printer, security plate with security fiber, hologram
And paint, ink and UV ink
Europol said in a statement: Europol has supported this movement from the very beginning
First steps with fake and dark web experts. Too many meetings
An intelligence package has been proposed under the supervision of Europol
In addition to financial aid, it also applies to European law
His company provides equipment to Portuguese officers to investigate and analyze
Support applied on the day of the event.
Europolis was moved to the investigator’s website to assist the mobile office during the incident.
The arrest came days after Interpol convened a meeting in Lyon, France.
Facilitate the illegal sale of counterfeit money, in particular counterfeit black pages.
Delegates also discussed new misconceptions
Banking, first-class security and financial support
Problems with the use of tools, incorrect numbers
Design of ink platforms and lip systems.
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Working with money is still a big problem
Economy without an increase in digital payments
European agencies are crime forecasting organizations
But gangs cost a lot of money
Preferably in terms of materials and equipment needed for production
Counterfeit money can easily be found on a dirty website
In April, Spanish police announced that they had broken the criminal network created behind the euro’s counterfeit power.
Confirms the process of printing previously found in that country.