The case involves Indra Kenz, the Binomo trading app, and the binary options trading method. The police are extending the case by examining the girlfriend of Indra Kenz and her parents, according to a press release published by the National Police Public Relations on Monday, March 7.
Additionally, the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Police has also scheduled the confiscation of Indra Kenz's assets. "It is planned that next week (this week) there will be asset confiscation and an examination of IK's boyfriend and IK's girlfriend's parents as well," said the Director of Economic and Special Crimes at the Criminal Investigation Department Brigadier General Whisnu Hermawan.
According to Whisnu, a team from the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Police will go to Medan, North Sumatra to confiscate a number of assets. Whether it's a luxury car or a house owned by Indra Kenz. "According to the investigator's schedule," said Whisnu.
Previously, the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Police would confiscate a number of assets belonging to Indra Kenz who was also charged with money laundering (TPPU). The assets seized ranged from Ferrari cars to Tesla.
Bareskrim sent a letter to the National Land Agency (BPN) and the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) regarding Indra Kenz's assets. The letter relates to the need for confiscation.
"There is a blue Tesla Model 3 electric car, a 2012 Ferrari California car, a house in Deli Serdang, North Sumatra for approximately Rp. 6 billion, a house in Medan for approximately Rp. 1.7 billion, a house in Tangerang," said Whisnu. last week.
The majority of Indra Kenz's assets are in Medan. In addition, Indra Kenz's account containing billions of rupiah has been confiscated. "The apartment in Medan costs approximately Rp. 800 million, 4 accounts are in the name of Indra Kesuma, and Jenius is in the name of Indra Kesuma," he concluded. (*)