Itar Wolwick | Idar Wolwick charged

Itar Wolwick |  Idar Wolwick charged

Financier Itar Wolwick has been accused of selling at least 700,000 non-medical sanitary napkins as medicine. The case will be brought to court on New Year’s Eve.

The case is being updated.

Wolwick repackaged and sold ordinary blowpipes for NOK 47 million turnover.

The newspaper reports that charges are currently pending in the case.

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The businessman was arrested on September 1 last year after a police operation against the WoW company premises in Bergen. Dagens Narningslive writes that he faces up to two years in prison or up to two years in prison if convicted.

Vollvik and his lawyer Arild Christian Dyngeland say they do not want DN to comment on the case.

This is the latest development in the long history following the sale of Vollvik masks.

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Wolwick was arrested last year in connection with this Possibility of fraud by referring to the mask. A few weeks later, he was allowed to sell the masks again.

– Peter Alexander Strom, Senior Advisor to the Norwegian Pharmaceuticals Agency, wrote to Netavision that the Norwegian Pharmaceuticals Agency could ensure that the sale ban applies to mislabeled / re-labeled sanitary napkins.

Pants and Villa

The clerk also mortgaged Wolwick’s villa last year. This is because Wolwick did not pay his taxes.

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Sent in March of this year Wolwick issued a press release in which he apologized Case with bandages.

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– I deeply regret the inconvenience to customers who have already received masks with incorrect labeling or have to wait for their orders. We are fully engaged in the task of cleaning this up.

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