In Tver Region, investigation of home invasion and extortion by employees of a microfinance company finished


Tver Regional Directorate of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has concluded investigation of the criminal case against the employee and director of the Tver branch of "League of Money" MCO LLC. Depending on the role of each of them, they are accused of committing crimes under Article 139, Part 2, of the Criminal Code and Article 163, Part 2, Paragraph A, of the Criminal Code (Illegal intrusion into a home committed against the will of the person residing in it, with the use of violence, and extortion committed by an organized group in a preliminary conspiracy).

The investigation revealed that on January 15 of this year, a consumer microloan agreement was signed by a resident of Tver and "League of Money" MCO LLC. After the borrower made a delay in making the weekly payment in early April, the personal manager together with the director of the Tver branch of "Money League" alternately made phone calls from corporate mobile phones to the borrower's mobile phone. During the call, they demanded that the latter person should give to them 3,000 roubles in a limited period of time, which exceeds the weekly payment of 1,390 roubles. During the conversations, threats of using violence against the borrower and members of his family were expressed.

On April 4, 2019, in the evening, the personal manager of the microcredit company, being at the apartment located in the house of the city of Tver, approached the woman standing at the front door of the apartment, pushed her and illegally entered the house.

During the preliminary investigation, the court, granting the motion of the Investigative Committee officer, issued an order to remand defendants in custody.

The investigator gathered enough evidence; therefore, the criminal case indictment was approved, and in the nearest time it will be sent to court to be tried on the merits.

10 October 2019 11:56

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