The 32-year-old Hungarian, through his company, registered in Nova Gorica, commissioned services from three companies from the inland coastal region. When the company issued the bill, he pronounced it, then disappeared. Now he is waiting for a criminal complaint.
Last year, three injured companies, one based in Postojna and the other in Sežana and the third in Koper, reported to the Koper criminals, a company from Nova Gorica and its director and a majority owner, a 32-year-old Hungarian citizen, resident in Italy. In the name and for the account of this company, in the years 2017 and 2018, the 32-year-old, in the performance of his business, defrauded the injured companies, the applicant.
According to the KP Koper, the criminals found that the suspected Hungarian citizen, as the director of the company, whose main activity was sawing and impregnating timber, concluded several deals with the injured companies in 2017 and 2018.
In 2017 the company from Postojna ordered the supply and transport of timber, in 2017 and 2018 he rented land from the company in Sežana with the purpose of producing chips, and in 2018 he ordered the company from Koper to organize the procedure for importing and customs clearance of goods brought from Belarus to Italy. All three companies fulfilled their business obligations and issued bills for this, and the suspect or his company did not pay the service.
"The 32-year-old Hungarians misled, pledged and assured that he would fulfill the obligations and settle the outstanding bills due to new business deals that would provide him with funds for the payment of outstanding obligations, after several months of speaking and evasion. he interrupted all communication with the injured companies and their representatives, " they were informed by PU Koper.
As he added, Hungary always knew that he would not settle these obligations, since he knew that his company did not have the resources for this. The company from Sežana thus damaged about 276,000 euros, the company from Postojna for around 74,000 euros, and the company from Koper for about 2,000 euros.
The criminals also found that the suspected Hungarian paid out loans from the received inflows of his company's assets, but did not repay the company's creditors. With these actions, he acquired about € 352,000 in his company's unlawful assets.
"The criminal procedure was concluded by the criminals and two criminal charges were filed against the suspect and the company from Nova Gorica to the District Public Prosecutor's Office in Koper for the reasoned suspicion of the criminal offense of Business Fraud (pursuant to Article 228 para. KZ-1B) and one criminal complaint the justified suspicion of committing a criminal offense of Business fraud (pursuant to Article 228 (1) of CC-1B), " they reported from the KPR police, adding that the criminal offense of Business Fraud is a term of imprisonment of up to five years, and the criminal offense of Business Fraud is a term of imprisonment of one to ten years.