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Friday, 11 November 2016

Charles Scoville - Was This His Escape Plan?

It appears that Charles has (or did have) a United Arab Emirates Passport.



The Expiry date says June 2019, and it was issued in July 2016, so was he planning to escape there just before the Securities and Exchange Commission took Legal action against him?
He had certainly been to Dubai many times. There are numerous You Tube videos online about his visits  and many Facebook pictures - before he deleted them all - of Dubai.
And most importantly for him, America has no extradition treaty with United Arab Emirates. 

Just before the SEC closed down Traffic Monsoon and seized Charles accounts, Charles had siphoned off around $20 million from the Paypal release, into his personal Chase Bank Account, so he would have been set up for life.

Traffic Monsoon affiliates aren't too fond of the SEC at the moment, but they should thank heaven for them eventually. Instead of their money being safe and secure inside government coffers, ready for Receiver re-distrubution at some point in the future, it could have been lost in Dubai - for ever. 


7 comments:

  1. Dates: issuing the 7th of February and expires on 6th of February makes more sense. So perhaps Charles needed it for his "bank".

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  2. You could be right there Anon, I've maybe mis-interrupted the dates? But since the bank was never going to go ahead anyway, what else would he have got a long term visa/passport for?

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  3. UAE does not issue Passports for non Emarati people. This is a Business Visa. From the Visa copy it appears he has registered "Traffic Monsoon LLC" Dubai as a company and put himself as a Partner. Partners were allowed 3 Year visas. Or else he also could have incorporated Traffic Monsoon as a Branch of his International company in one of the many FZC(Free Zones in Dubai). But usually Free Zone visa in UAE has the FZC added to the company name.

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    1. That's very useful info. Many thanks!

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  4. When this was released they claimed it was his "resident" Visa, not a passport or a business Visa. Charles nor any of his sycophant followers have ever said it was anything but a resident Visa. But then with Charles.....

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  5. Tara,

    This is an iqama (residency permit), this is not a passport. It just mean you can reside in the UAE.

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    1. It's wording says 'passport' number, which is where the confusion has arisen. Either way, it's a document that let Charles stay in Dubai for a lot longer than a usual business trip.

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