Pricewaterhouse Coopers
& Bank of Africa

Pricewaterhouse Coopers is one of the world's largest financial auditing firms. They advertise they are at war with money laundering but the evidence tells a different story. They are in collusion with banks they audit to invite criminal clients to steal credit card numbers for fraudulent online transactions. The proceeds are laundered into the banks they audit creating huge cash flow.

Pricewaterhouse Coopers -- one of the world's largest auditing firms -- are auditors for the Bank of Africa. They know their client, Faisal Kasule, has stolen credit card numbers from US and European card holders to buy my zappers and launder money into his account at the Bank of Africa, Uganda. I will send them all the evidence including Kasule's email offering to settle -- using another stolen credit card -- if they will look into his criminal activity. They have refused. I have contacted Interpol requesting them to issue an arrest warrant for Faisal Kasule. Pricewaterhouse Coppers want people to believe they are fighting money laundering. Read the truth.


Uganda -- the name conjures up the image of a people in need, suffering from a multitude of problems among which HIV/AIDS is the most serious for so many in that small land-locked African country. It was with a great sense of anticipation that I responded to an appeal from Uganda to help people with HIV/AIDS. But I was naive. I did not know that the appeal was from a criminal -- a psychopath pretending to be a doctor operating a clinic in Kampala who said he wanted my help. This criminal goes by the name of Dr. Faisal Kasule. He said he was helping Dr. Karimi of Makarere University and their importing agent was Howard Tobias who operated an import company called RM Tradings in Kampala. I have since found out there is no Dr. Faisal Kasule. There is no Dr. Karimi. There is no clinic in Kampala. There is no Howard Tobias. There is no RM Tradings. There is only fraud and lies. This is simply a case of credit card fraud that Faisal Kasule perpetrated with the apparent collusion of the Bank of Africa under the aegis of their auditors Pricewaterhouse Coopers who refuse to publicly state their compensation policy for people who become unwitting victims of laundering money into accounts that Pricewaterhouse Coopers is legally charged with overseeing -- because they have no policy. Pricewaterhouse Coopers are supposed to be one of the most trustworthy financial auditors in the world. Yah, sure. And my name is Eleanor Roosevelt. The Bank of Africa advertises itself alongside the most trustworthy banks in the world. It is clear that it would be more appropriate for them to be advertised among the most notorious money launderers in the world.

I work 365 days a year. I have not taken a day off in over 10 years. People who steal from me are stealing part of my life -- the part that I have devoted to helping others. This is not theirs to take. I will not let this pass. The information pertaining to this case is now being disseminated with Internet speed all over the world. If you Google "Bank of Africa Pricewaterhouse Coopers" they come up #5 -- linked to my site. If you Google "Bank of Africa money laundering" they come up #9 -- linked to my site. If you Google "Pricewaterhouse Coopers money laundering" they come up #46 -- linked to my site. If you Google "Faisal Kasule" he comes up #1-- linked to my site. Faisal Kasule, the Bank of Africa and Pricewaterhouse Coopers are now becoming notoriously associated with credit card fraud and money laundering which is what they deserve -- and they deserve to be prosecuted for this criminal activity. It will now be a lot more difficult for this miscreant Faisal Kasule to steal other people's money -- money that has been earned through hard and honest work but that Faisal Kasule feels entitled to steal thanks to his perverted and criminal mentality. And it will be more difficult for the Bank of Africa and Pricewaterhouse Coopers to continue claiming they are active in rooting out money laundering.

On Nov. 23, 2010 I informed Interpol about Faisal Kasule's criminal activity and asked them to issue an international arrest warrant for him. US law enforcement authorities are already investigating Faisal Kasule according to one of the US credit card holders whose credit card number was stolen by Faisal Kasule. Since Faisal Kasule must have been required to sign an account holder's agreement when he opened his account at the Bank of Africa in Kampala, Uganda, and since the duties of the Bank of Africa and their auditors, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, include oversight of customer banking activities, they are aware of Faisal Kasule's banking habits and have the authority to launch an internal investigation but they have refused to do so in spite of the US investigation into his criminal activities and in spite of my report. My question is why?

Why is Faisal Kasule not being investigated at the scene of the crime by those responsible for enforcing banking regulations that surely must prohibit using bank accounts for criminal purposes? If the Bank of Africa and Pricewaterhouse Coopers are turning a blind eye to criminal activities they are derelict in their duties and are either incompetent or in collusion with Faisal Kasule who should be known as Faisal Kasteale The Credit Card Thief -- and they should be known as the Banksters of Africa and Pricelaunderhouse Coopers.

Nov. 4, 2010. It appears the international auditing firm, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), may be complicit in money laundering with the Bank of Africa for whom they act as auditors. Bank of Africa customers in Uganda have targeted my website using the Bank of Africa as a conduit to launder money obtained through purchases made with stolen credit cards. A bank audit investigation will show these payments and their source. PwC and the Bank of Africa have not answered my emails regarding this illegal activity. I wonder why not. I have called PwC in the UK to inform them of this situation. They sounded very evasive when I informed them that there is an ongoing fraud investigation in the US into this affair. They assured me that the PwC international office will be in touch with me to investigate this matter. I'm waiting to hear from them -- and to see if this will turn into a cover-up or if it will become a real investigation. I am requesting compensation of several thousand dollars lost through fraudulant transactions and I am requesting that Interpol issue an international arrest warrant for Faisal Kasule of Kampala, Uganda, who uses the aliases Dr. Faisal Kasule and Howard Tobias -- and who enjoys stealing credit card numbers to transact business fraudulently. More details to come as events unfold -- right here.

Update Nov. 11, 2010: PwC Uganda called me on Nov. 10, 2010 about my report of credit card fraud by Faisal Kasule whose account is with the Bank of Africa, Uganda, for whom PwC acts as auditors. I emailed PwC Uganda a preliminary report about this matter on November 12, 2010 and I look forward to their reply. More details to come as events unfold -- right here.

Update Nov. 14, 2010: As a result of a threat to the continuity of business on my site caused by recent events in Uganda I sent PwC Uganda the following message yesterday:

"A serious threat to the viability of my business took place today. I will not allow any threat to my business to continue. As a result of the events that transpired today I am not satisfied with the statement that PwC intends to gather information regarding the matter of credit card fraud and money laundering at the Bank of Africa, Uganda. I want a clear and unequivocal statement of PwC's policies and practices in cases of proven credit card fraud and money laundering, including the matter of financial compensation for parties that have been victimized. If PwC does not provide me with information that shows me that they are serious enough about this matter to take appropriate action then I will provide no further information to PwC -- other than to publish this message and other relevant facts on my site, where they will reside in perpetuity. I will also publish my opinions regarding the presumed collusion between their client, the Bank of Africa, and those using the Bank of Africa to commit the international crime of credit card fraud and money laundering. Upon request, I will provide the information in my possession to the US authorities that are actively investigating this matter at the present time to help bring those involved in this criminal activity to justice, namely Faisal Kasule -- and his presumed cohorts."

I await PwC's reply.

Update Nov 21, 2010: I have not heard a word from PwC or the Bank of Africa. In my opinion it is now clear that there is more than just a possiblity of collusion between Faisal Kasule, the Bank of Africa and Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), their auditors, who are unwilling to even provide me with a statement of PwC's policies and practices in cases of proven credit card fraud and money laundering. It appears that PwC and the Bank of Africa do not care if their clients steal credit card numbers for fraudulent transactions and money laundering. I believe the silence of PwC and the Bank of Africa on this issue speaks very loudly. It speaks even louder now. With a Google search for "Faisal Kasule" or "Pricewaterhouse Coopers Bank of Africa" everyone can now read about this illegal activity. People have the right to know the truth so they can protect themselves against these people. They will now be able to find this information quickly -- on my site.

Update Nov 23, 2010: I sent the following email to PwW Uganda today.

Dear Julian K Ogwal [of Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Kampala, Uganda],

Today, November 23, 2010, I sent this message to Interpol on their website. I have worked with Interpol in the past and, in fact, had a dangerous criminal arrested by Interpol a number of years ago after many months of collaboration with them. I am prepared to collaborate with Interpol in the case of Faisal Kasule until it reaches a successful conclusion.

Ken Presner

P.S. I will be uploading the contents of this email to my website, including my message to Interpol.

Hello Interpol,

I would like an international arrest warrant issued for Faisal Kasule alias Dr. Faisal Kasule alias Howard Tobias of Kampala, Uganda for using credit cards belonging to card holders in the US and Europe without their authorization to make substantial purchases from my website. I have lost over USD$10,000 as a result of this fraudulent activity. I have contacted PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers) in Kampala, Uganda, the auditors for the Bank of Africa and they replied to me requesting more information. But when I requested a clear statement of their policies and practices regarding proven credit card fraud and money laundering involving their clients before going to all the trouble of compiling all the information from my files I never heard back from them. Stupidly, in good faith, I fell for a sob story from Faisal Kasule and sent a partial refund to his account at the Bank of Africa, Uganda. I have a record of the US and European credit card holders whose cards were used illegally, the bank account details for Faisal Kasule at the Bank of Africa, Kampala, Uganda, and a complete record of our email correspondence. I have been in contact with a number of the credit card holders. One of the US credit card holders emailed me that there is an active investigation in the US of credit card fraud by Faisal Kasule at the present time.

I look forward to your reply.

Ken Presner

Update Dec. 7, 2010: I received 2 messages from Mor Fall at Bank of Africa today requesting more information about this case. In advance of going to all the time and trouble with no assurance of possible compensation I have asked the Bank of Africa a number of questions -- including reiterating my earlier question that has up till now been met with silence regarding their compensation policy in cases of credit card fraud and money laundering. This should be a simple question to answer. I await clarification from the Bank of Africa.

Update Dec. 9, 2010. I received 2 messages from two different officers at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Uganda today. I await a reply from Interpol regarding this case. I have worked with Interpol in the past and it often takes them a long time to reply. So I will wait till the New Year to report on the messages I received from Uganda today as well as any other news pertaining to this case including any news from Interpol.