zaterdag 3 januari 2009


"LGT Bank in Liechtenstein decided to go "hi tech" so, in April 2001, they hired a charming young computer technician named Heinrich Kieber to digitize their hard copy records. Unfortunately for LGT, and all the clever tax cheats doing business with LGT, it turns out that Kieber was an international fugitive wanted by Spanish investigators regarding a real estate scam that he perpetrated in Barcelona in 1996. Kieber is reported to have defrauded people of approximately $553,000 before he fled Spain en route to Argentina, and moved on to Liechtenstein. Apparently, someone at LGT failed to do a background check. That was their first mistake."

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