Developing a suite of asset-tracing software tools.
The Investment Opportunity
GreyList Trace Limited has developed an asset tracing tool called GreyList that can detect if two parties have been in email communication. GreyList is legal, its technology has been developed to not breach computer misuse or data protection laws. GreyList represents a potentially major breakthrough for the investigations sector, especially in asset-tracing because it has been designed to detect, quickly and reliably, which financial institutions have been used to hide money.
Risks and Important Information
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