Before I knew him, I never gambled. After knowing him, the savings I had saved for most of my life were swallowed up, and there were problems in the capital turnover of the enterprise, which once faced the risk of bankruptcy. In the face of the police, gambler Sha regret.
Sha was an entrepreneur with many local companies in Nantong. However, because of gambling, he once lived a life of no man, no ghost. He told the police that for a period of time, gambling gangs continued to harass his office and ask for gambling debts. He is not allowed to work during the day, and he is blocked in a hotel at night. In the end, he transferred 17.7% of the companys equity and 36 stores to the other party.
He in Shas mouth is Shi Mou, the first criminal in the cross-border gambling case involving the largest amount of money so far cracked by Nantong Public Security Bureau. Recently, Shi was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment and a fine of 123 million yuan for gambling, gambling, illegal detention and provocation.
Over 1.3 billion yuan in 11 years
There are mainly two ways for Shi and his gang to organize cross-border gambling: one is to organize personnel to gamble abroad and provide chips and outbound services for gamblers; the other is to provide real-time pictures of overseas casinos for domestic personnel, and gamblers can place bets through Internet and telephone.
According to the data disclosed by Nantong Public Security Bureau, from April 2007 to may 2018, Shi and his criminal gang organized cross-border gambling by various means, sometimes going to overseas casinos to participate in gambling, sometimes opening rooms in domestic hotels, and sometimes even gambling in gamblers homes and offices. The accumulated gambling capital is more than 1.3 billion yuan.
In the process of organizing cross-border gambling, Shi and his gang members make profits by collecting Commission, drawing Commission and accompanying gambling. Gamblers are unable to carry a large amount of cash out of the country, and the service charge for overseas card consumption is high. Shi provides gambling chips to gamblers and charges 1% to 2% Commission. Shi and the casino agree to draw a certain percentage of the Commission. Due to the huge amount of gambling money, some members of the gang are accompanying gambling In one day, we got more than 100000 Hong Kong dollars in happy money.
How to organize cross-border gambling? How can large amount of funds leave the country? Shi takes the way of overseas gambling, domestic settlement. The police told the economic reference newspaper that Shi and his criminal gang first advanced money for gamblers, then urged them back to China, and then transferred the money out through various ways.
In order to turn gambling debt into legal loan debt, Shi will also make false bank statements and let gamblers write down the IOU or loan contract. At the same time, Shi recruited a group of people with criminal record, who was responsible for collecting gambling debts through violence or soft violence.
Cut off cross border gambling payment chain
Nantong case is very typical. According to the person in charge of Jiangsu Provincial Public Security Department, there are mainly two forms of cross-border gambling: one is offline, that is, organizing personnel to gamble in overseas casinos; the other is online, that is, transmitting real-time pictures of overseas casinos to China, and then organizing domestic gamblers to place bets through the Internet and telephone. The case has both forms and lasted for 11 years.
Taking the gambling case cracked by Nantong police as an example, although the criminals take the way of overseas gambling settlement in China, the funds will eventually be transferred to overseas. There are many ways to transfer large amount of funds, such as fourth party payment to break up the whole into parts, but they can not do without the financial payment system, which urgently needs the relevant financial departments to improve the regulatory mechanism and upgrade the regulatory system.
Source of this article: Yang Bin, editor in charge of economic reference newspaper_ NF4368