Bunker company made big profit on alleged fraud

"We need to do much more of this. Nice," reads an email from one of the executives of a Danish bunker company presented in court on Friday. The Danish financial police has charged the company and several executives for systematic fraud totaling millions against Malaysian customer.

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It looks to have been a real treat when a Danish bunker company, currently under court-ordered anonymity, in August 2012 delivered fuel to two vessels for Malaysian customer Pacific Inter-Link.

The company made a little under USD 150.000 on the transaction, and when one of the bunker company's senior executives was notified, he responded as follows in an email:

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