Michiel Jan Mol: The Man Who Covers up Scam With Space Tour Promises

The Founder of Force India F1 and Spyker Linked Michiel Mol Suspected of Criminal Activities

The Founder of Force India F1 and Spyker Linked Michiel Mol Suspected of Criminal Activities

The Founder of Force India F1 and Spyker Linked Michiel Mol Suspected of Criminal Activities

Mol knew wealth since childhood, he was born in a rich Dutch family. His father started a software company Volmac in 1966, that was exceptionally successful, so he sold it for a large sum.

Young Michiel studied Computer Science at the Leiden University, and after graduation, stepped in the software business following his father’s footsteps. Even if his company Lost boys also gained success, it wasn’t enough to satisfy appetites of Mol Junior. Therefore, he decided to expand his business interests and found car racing to be an attractive opportunity. With an Indian businessman Vijay Mallya he started a Formula team Force India. They used the company as the screen for fixing races, gambling, and money laundering.

Later on, Mol tried himself in what he saw a brilliant opportunity to enrich quickly – space tourism. Noticing a rise of interest for space travel among the rich and famous, he seized the chance and started a space tourism company. After several years of actively selling tickets for a journey that wasn’t planned and gaining close to $30 million, the company finally announced bankruptcy. Since the money wasn’t reimbursed even several years after the crash, the Mol’s clients decided to press charges and try to get their money back through the court system.

Michiel has also been brought in connection with powerful people who have links with underground and things like Deep web, drug trade, and so on. He also got himself involved in a number of activities through which he gained money illegally.

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