Withdraw 80 million yen just before bankruptcy Japan Life former chairman and others to re-arrest October 8 5:09
A former chairman and daughter who were arrested just before the bankruptcy in a fraud case involving the bankruptcy of "Japan Life", which raised a large amount of funds through the owner's business method of magnetic therapy equipment, withdrew about 80 million yen in cash from the account I found out from an interview with the investigators that it was.
On the other hand, the remaining personal assets have hardly been found, and the Metropolitan Police Department plans to re-arrest the former chairmen on the 8th on suspicion of fraud and to clarify the actual situation such as the flow of funds.
A total of 14 people, including Takayoshi Yamaguchi (78), the former chairman of the health equipment sales company Japan Life, and Hiromi (48), the second daughter and former president, invested more than 80 million yen from the solicited customers. He was arrested last month on suspicion of fraud for deceiving.
The owner's commercial law of "Japan Life" seems to have had no actual business from the beginning, and the total damage amounted to about 200 billion yen.
The company went bankrupt three years ago, but just before that, former chairman Yamaguchi and former president Hiromi withdrew about 80 million yen in cash from their personal accounts, according to an interview with investigators. It was.
Most of them are unknown, and a bankruptcy trustee lawyer explained at a creditors' meeting held on the 5th of this month that the former chairman's personal assets found so far are only about 2 million yen. I am.
The Metropolitan Police Department plans to re-arrest 14 former chairmen and others on the 8th on suspicion of fraud against another customer, and to clarify the actual situation such as the flow of funds.