Sea Life Global Scam

Sea Life Global scam: police pursues Interpol red notice for managing director

  • Police Commissioner Mohamed Hameed announced this in a tweet on Thursday

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K. Male' 2019 Apr 19 | Fri 17:51 1,288 local

Sea Life Global was assigned the housing project in 2014 - Mohamed Sharuhaan

The Maldives Police Service is pursuing an Interpol red notice for Ahmed Moosa Mohamed, managing director of a local company implicated in a housing scam that victimised around 300 people. 

Police Commissioner Mohamed Hameed announced this in a tweet on Thursday, adding that their efforts to locate Moosa will be made a ‘public red notice’. 

The company, Sea Life Global, was assigned by the state-run Housing Development Corporation to construct flats in Hulhumalé.

Victims of the scam claim that they paid MVR 50,000 as booking fees for the properties, under the presumption and condition that the amount is refundable.

Moosa said in September of last year that the company has refunded over 100 of the victims, although a class action suit against Sea Life Global and the Housing Development Corporation.

Last updated at: 3 weeks ago | Reviewed by: Humaam Ali

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