The Netherlands expel Russian accused of $344.550-fraud
Polyakov borrowed money from his friends and promised to reimburse the loans. He gained more than 23 million rubles ($344.550).
The Barnaul resident that has borrowed 23 million rubles from his friends was extradited from the Netherlands to Russia, the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation informs.
"On August 14, the competent authorities of the Kingdom of the Netherlands extradited Russian citizen Danil Polyakov to Russia at the request of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation, and he is charged with committing a Swindling on an especially large scale," the report states.
According to the investigation, in 2014-2015 Polyakov borrowed money from his friends and promised to reimburse the loans. He gained more than 23 million rubles ($344.550).
As Polyakov escaped from criminal prosecution, he was put into an international wanted list.
In May 2016, he was detained in the Netherlands, after which the General Prosecutor's Office sent a request for his extradition.
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