On February 15, the Irish Times reported that a former employee at a major online gaming company, MLM Indias subsidiary, was found to have been fraudulently transferring millions of dollars from her company to her own account.
The alleged transfer of money, which was made via email, was confirmed to be a scam by a company spokesperson.
The employee, who asked to remain anonymous, told the newspaper that the company sent her emails and text messages in which they promised to pay back money, but in fact they did not.
The fraud was uncovered by an investigation by the International Business Times (IBT) and was first reported by the Times.
The investigation revealed that MLM employees, who were also involved in the scam, were receiving $10,000 a day in payments to their own accounts and then making payments to a company that held her account.
In one case, a MLM employee was asked to pay $30,000 in a single day, the Times reported.
Another MLM scam involved a customer who made payments to an MLM account from his bank account, and the customer was told that they would get a $25,000 payment.
In another case, the customer paid $100,000 and was told the money would be refunded in 10 days.
The Times reported the fraudulent transactions were made by people who were paid from accounts that were neither real nor controlled by the company.
The company also used a fake name to get around reporting requirements in order to get people to sign up to its online marketing programs.
One of the employees was given a fake email address to send money to and another employee was given an email address with the name of a fake customer.
In an email to the Irish News, the company’s head of customer service said that the money was being refunded and that the fraudulent payments were being reported to law enforcement authorities.
The Irish News report also said the MLM company is now under investigation by IBT.
According to the Times, the former employee is currently being investigated by the Australian Federal Police and the UK’s National Crime Agency.
“The fraud was not carried out by MLMs staff, but employees who worked in their company’s online marketing program,” the company said in a statement.
“MLMs do not have an established anti-fraud program and they do not share the same stringent anti-money laundering procedures as traditional businesses.”
It said it is also working with the Australian Financial Services Authority to ensure compliance.