Moscow bailiffs intend to recover 10 billion non-denominated rubles on Sergei Mavrodi’s debts.
The fact that they wanted to collect his debts from the founder of MMM became known after the bailiffs of the Khamovnichesky district of Moscow appealed to the Chertanovsky court with a statement to confiscate the property of Mavrodi, which is held by third parties.
Bailiffs say they have information that the company, whose name is not disclosed, were transferred 10 billion rubles. This money and want to collect representatives of the service.
Bailiffs intensified after Sergei Mavrodi announced the creation of a new financial pyramid - MMM-2011. All transactions will take place through the WebMoney system. Investors will be asked to buy "tickets", the income from which will be 20 percent per year. Pensioners, according to Mavrodi, will receive at 30 percent per annum.
The Department of Economic Security of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that they now have no right to check the MMM-2011.
Sergey Mavrodi is known for creating Russia in the early 1990s. He was later found guilty of fraud. The damage caused by MMM, was estimated by the prosecutor's office at 110 million dollars.

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