Ultrascan Humint

Reality is the working paradox that defies control

Ultrascan AGI & HUMINT

Ultrascan is an association of 51 partners managing 3284 experts in 69 countries. Ultrascan has been established in 1996.

The scope of our work is Anti Money Laundering - Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) and the Nexus Terrorism - disrupting Transnational Criminal Networks. This scope generates HUMINT and access to primary sources in and outside the chain of command.

Our vision is that to enable new security policy as well as geo-policy, one first has to align with the current one to compile an intelligence analysis.

Unlimited access to information and people gave us a good sense for seemingly insignificant or isolated events and "Butterfly Effect"

In the past 18 years, Ultrascan have set up a human intelligence network, coordinating international cooperation of 3284 experts in over 69 countries. These experts, provide the basis for Professional Investigative Services. Assist you with Corporate Investigations or be your source for effective security risk management and Policy to mitigate crime trends or imminent incidents.

Even though Researching Organized Crime and Terrorism through undercover investigations brings certain personal security risks, as operational security is maintained it is most gratifying to reveal illegal financial crime trends, tracing cross border assets, map networks of anonymous suspects in hostile environments and enable international security operations to counter terror funding or fraud.

Ultrascan have extensive experience with identifying, locating, mapping, monitoring, analysing and predicting perpetrators of cross border fraud, money laundering and the planning, funding, communications and support of terrorism for local or international religious extremists as fast growing component of ideological struggle, as well as geopolitical.

Implementing strategic security audits to detect when fraud and money laundering is shifting from a criminal inspired activity into an ideology driven terror funding mechanism, is particularly useful for counter terrorism financing, anti money laundering, sanctions and compliance security measures.

Al Qaeda Bought and Tested American Jet Airplanes - 2018

In March 2018 financiers of arms for Al Qaeda affiliates, acquired an american made jet airplane. To enable this transaction they used an american company owned by an unsuspected (unwary?) person with dual citizenship.

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External financing of terrorism, available intelligence and investigations of the remittance sector, a charity organization and a salafist mosque - Case study

I.        External Financing of Harakaat al-Shabaab al-Mujaahidiin - AL-SHABAAB - Charity organization and a Salafist mosque

A.       AL-FOURQAAN mosque and foundation in The Netherlands.

II.       External Financing of Harakaat al-Shabaab al-Mujaahidiin AL-SHABAAB - Money Transfer Business

B.       RAYAN CARGO BV, TAAJ in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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Alert! - Al Qaeda is widening its existing scope of attacks into the tropics

Recently intercepted communications indicate that Al Qaeda (affiliates and offshoots) is widening its existing (long term) scope of attacks into the tropics

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Iran Sanctions Boost Fraud & Scams Hide Violation of Sanctions

Business scan survey's uncovered state sponsored Iranian business networks where fraud shifted from a criminal inspired activity into an ideology driven (terror) funding mechanism, benefiting the the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. Iranian sales companies turned out to be specialized in Advance Fee Fraud “non-delivery scams” and the trading/holding companies in Dubai were nothing less than investment fraud benefiting the IRGC. 

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African Banks On Al Qaeda Radar

Investigations uncovered that for at least two years, passwords, logins to remote control and personal accounts of high ranking bank staff are being exploited, seeking patiently for confidential banking communications and access, in order to destroy the capabilities and credibility of the institutions with the public as well as shareholders.

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