December 13, 2019

Cayman Islands: 19th Annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness

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By Darla Dilbert From Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa We are very pleased to announce that Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa will be hosting our 19th Annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness on Sunday October 20th, 2019! The Annual Cut-a-thon primary aims are to continue to raise awareness of Breast Cancer in the […]

Woman arrested on suspicion of Theft and False Accounting in relation to Cayman Islands Turtle Centre Investigation (Approx amount US$380,000)

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From RCIPS On Friday, 28 September, a 60-year-old-woman of West Bay was arrested on suspicion of theft and false accounting, in connection with the theft of a large sum of money from the Cayman Islands Turtle Centre, amounting to over KYD$82,000 and over USD $288,000. The woman has been granted bail as the investigation is […]

Cayman Islands Eclipze 18th Annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness

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ECLIPZE HAIR DESIGN AND DAY SPA is pleased to announce their18th Annual Cut-A-Thon on SUNDAY, 30ST SEPTEMBER 2018. The Annual Cut-a-thon primary aims are to continue to raise awareness of Breast Cancer in the Cayman Islands. Darla the owner of EHD&DS and her sister Darna (a partner at the time) established this event in loving […]

Cayman Islands banks making Revolut useless

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From Revolut Community zholnin Hi! Finally for the first time I am using Revolut in Cayman Islands (now I am visiting, but previously I lived here for 8 years). I know that local banks do like to rip off tourists, but I didn’t expect them to go to that extent. What they do is they […]

Cayman Islands Financial Crime Unit seeks to take the profit out of crime

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From RCIPS The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit (FCU) has been taking a different approach in their efforts to tackle crime, by going after the profits of crime. In the past two weeks the FCU has obtained three court orders using both civil and criminal powers under the Proceeds of Crime Law, confiscating and forfeiting just […]

Cayman Islands: Fraudulent EcayTrade Rental Ads

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From RCIPS RCIPS Financial Crime Unit Issues Reminder on Fraudulent EcayTrade Rental Ads The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit (FCU) is currently investigating multiple reports concerning fraudulent apartment rental advertisements on EcayTrade.com. In one case, the victim suffered a loss of $2000 KYD and the FCU is aware of at least one other local person who […]

Cayman Islands: Proactive operations at Coe Wood Beach lead to arrest for illegal gambling

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From RCIPS Proactive Operations at Coe Wood Beach Lead to Arrest for Illegal Gambling, 21 April On Saturday, 21 April, RCIPS Uniform Officers from Bodden Town and Financial Crime Detectives, along with officers from HM Customs and the Department of Immigration, conducted operations at Coe Wood Beach in Bodden Town as part of ongoing efforts […]

Cayman Islands police Financial Crime Unit issues warning on fraudulent EcayTrade rental ads

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From RCIPS RCIPS Financial Crime Unit Issues Warning on Fraudulent EcayTrade Rental Ads The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit (FCU) is currently investigating multiple reports concerning fraudulent apartment rental advertisements on EcayTrade.com. In at least one case, the victim suffered a loss of $2000 KYD. As such, the FCU is advising the public to bear in […]

Cayman Islands woman charged with obtaining property by deception and false accounting

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From RCIPS A woman, aged 38 of George Town, was arrested on 16 August, 2017, and formally charged yesterday, 17 January, with eight counts of Obtaining Property by Deception, two counts of False Accounting and one count of Theft. The charges relate to the theft of monies paid for rent of government facilities, as well […]

Be alert of counterfeit notes in circulation in Cayman Islands

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The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA” or “the Authority”) has been made aware by the Financial Crimes Unit (FCU) of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service that they are in receipt of counterfeit KYD notes, which were collected during the period 26 — 29 September 2017. The denominations in question are $25 and $100, all […]