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Hello and welcome to the online resource entirely devoted to expose Jossiv Kim – a well-known fraudster, who is now claiming that he is a famous novelist and author of several successful books.

On his own website Kim is claiming that he graduated from the Leningrad naval Avademy. It is one of many lies that he tells people in hopes of earning a better reputation and scamming even more people.

Kim also states that 1989 he used to work as a deputy chief on the South-Eastern Pacific ocean unit. Yet another lie – he had nothing to do with this service. He also says that he was delivering goods under license in 1991, but fair labor is not something that real Kim is known for. On the contrary, he himself along with yet another greedy fraudster – Dutch lawyer of Ukrainian origins Maxim Hodak were creating fake companies and fake businesses that were allegedly involve in all sorts of “publicist” activities. Kim and his partner in crime were using those companies for money laundering.

In addition, Kim was also not a stranger to illegal sales of electronic supplies as well as mini-cameras. He was forging numerous important documents in order to get loans from banks in Russia and Netherlands, but the funny thing is the fact that Kim was finally arrested for a small-time thing – the greedy fraudster was trying to sell his old car to the Afghans and then claimed that they stole it from him.

This took place in 2008 and even his elaborate partner Hodak was unable to get him out of jail. So this is when Kim, who was exhibiting signs of neurotic behavior from the very childhood, went completely off the rails and decided that he was a marine on a top secret assignment.

Kim never participated in Polish presidential elections, but, to be fair, he did use the fairly welcoming Polish legislation to become a citizen of that country. Furthermore, he never went to Argentina or Peru and all of the names he is using in order to underline how important he really is are taken from the World Wide Web.

In 2013 he was forced to leave the Netherlands, where he lived for a time being, since he was forging valuable state papers in hopes of scamming Dutch banks and getting substantial loans. He is also wanted in UAE for forgery and is currently on the run, travelling all over Europe under fake names that he gets from the internet.

Jossiv Kim is a complete failure – not only is he not a successful novelist, he is nothing more than a petty thieve, who is driven by his paranoid illusions and fails miserably even in his fraudulent schemes.


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Billion-dollar bank fraud in Moldova

Not so long ago, in June, BBC World Service described a devastating bank scam in Moldova – a scam through which a billion dollars (country’s %12 of GDP) was taken from the manipulated banks, put into the Latvian banks and finally disappeared in an unknown direction. It is apparent that the scam has been in development for years, but it concluded on November 2014. The three bust banks were closed in Moldova and its economy was ruined as the society was starting to uproar. 

Parliament of the Ukraine voted to seize what is known as the offshore assets of former president Viktor Yanukovich

On Thursday the parliament of the Ukraine voted “yes” to a law, which is going to allow the Ukrainian government to seize what is known as the offshore assets of former president Viktor Yanukovich without requiring any court orders. 

During the 2013-14 Maidan Yanukovich was forced to flee to Russia. Crimea then became a part of Russia in March 2014 and an uprising of eastern Ukraine put a start to a civil war in Ukraine.