Metro, Suara.com – The Center for Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis (PPATK) revealed that during the 2014-2022 period, they found 2,000 transactions of funds entered into the Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation from 10 countries. Funds originating from the flow of 10 countries reached more than Rp. 64 billion.
“There are more than 2,000 times the income from foreign entities to this foundation (ACT). The figure is above Rp. 64 billion,” said PPATK Head Ivan Yustiavandana during a press conference at the PPATK Office, Central Jakarta on Wednesday (6/7/2022).
Meanwhile, for the flow of funds abroad, there were 450 transactions with a value of IDR 52 billion.
“From this foundation entity, there are related aid activities abroad, because it can be anywhere, not only in the country. But also helping our brothers and sisters who are having difficulties abroad,” said Ivan.
Ivan revealed that 10 countries that channeled funds to ACT include Turkey, England, the United States and the Netherlands.
“The highest figure is around Rp. 20 billion, almost Rp. 21 billion,” he said.
Meanwhile, as of today, Wednesday (6/7/2022), PPATK has temporarily blocked 60 accounts belonging to ACT in 33 financial service providers. The blocking was carried out in conjunction with the decision of the Ministry of Social Affairs (Kemensos) to temporarily revoke the ACT permit.
As a result of this blocking, ACT is unable to make transactions, either debit or credit. Then within the next 20 days, PPATK will work to examine in detail the tens of thousands of transactions made by ACT. It is hoped that the findings obtained can be accountable to the community.