Top 20 Men Most Wanted By The Secret Service In 2024

The Top 20 Secret Service most wanted men are still on the run and today we look at what they are said to have done and the rewards offered for their capture, watch the video below to see who they are and where they might be hiding.

20 – Allan Jimenez

Holding Costa Rican citizenship, Allan Jimenez is thought to have operated one of the world’s most widely used digital currency services and is wanted by the Secret Service.

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Alleged to have had more than one million users worldwide, his payment processor handled hundreds of thousands of illegal payments and operated as a criminal bank payment processor.

His company emerged as one of the principal money transfer agents used by cybercriminals around the world to distribute, store, and launder illicit proceeds.

He is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, one count of conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business and operation of an unlicensed money transmitting business.

Wanted by the United States Secret Service field office in New York, Jimenez is also under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division’s Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section.

19 – Ahmed Abdelghani

Coming from Morocco but having Costa Rican citizenship, Abdelghani often goes by the more formal name of Alex and was once the head of well known currency exchange Liberty Reserve.

Having more than 200,000 users in the United States and conducting approximately 55 million transactions online, all of these were deemed illegal.

Abdelghani stands accused of laundering more than $6 billion in suspected proceeds of crimes and used the site too operate as a criminal bank payment processor.

The company grew into a financial hub of the cybercrime world, facilitating a broad range of online criminal activity, including credit card fraud, identity theft, investment fraud, computer hacking, child exploitation, and narcotics trafficking.

Charged with one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, he faces up to 20 years in prison and a further 10-years for other charges relating to the same offence.

He is wanted by the field office in New York.

18 – Egbe Iyamu

Hailing from Nigeria, Lord Aminu Kano or Richard Amall are just some of this wanted man’s nicknames.

Iyamu is thought to be a member of the Cape Town, South Africa-based chapter of the Neo Black Movement of Africa organization also known as “Black Axe.”

Thought to be involved in widespread Internet fraud involving romance scams and advance fee schemes, Iyamu was the Cape Town chapter’s “Chief Butcher.”

He also worked to launder money from business email compromise, requested victims send money and items of value overseas and threatened to distribute personally sensitive photographs of the victims.

Also wanted by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, Iyamu is also part of a Priority Transnational Organized Crime investigation and is wanted by the Newark Secret Service field office.

17 – Dmitrii Karasavidi

Wanted for crimes that are thought too include a combination of phishing and spoofing to exploit users’ trust in known companies and organizations, Karasavidi is thought to have had a share in $17 million worth of stolen digital currencies.

Websites belonging to legitimate digital currency exchanges were targeted by Karasavidi and others with multiple web domains used to trick users into entering their usernames and passwords.

The defendant was then able to control the actual digital currency exchange accounts, withdraw some or all of the victims’ digital currency, and manipulate the market for digital currency.

Karasavidi is wanted by the San Francisco field office.

16 – Danil Potekhin

Going by the nickname of Cronuswar, this Russian national is wanted for his suspected involvement in a sophisticated phishing campaign targeting users of multiple digital currency exchanges.

Potekhin was able to steal the credentials of users logging into the websites and control the actual digital currency exchange accounts, later stealing multiple forms of currency.

The scheme resulted in losses of digital currencies valued at approximately $17 million and Potekhin has also been sanctioned by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control.

15 – Pavel Dubovoy

Wanted by the Secret Service for his involvement in a scheme that generated more than $30 million in illicit trading profits, Dubovoy hacked into the computer networks of Marketwired, PR Newswire, and Business Wire.

He accessed more than 150,000 stolen releases and executed profitable trades based on the material non-public information contained in the stolen releases.

Charged with wire fraud conspiracy, securities fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, securities fraud, and money laundering conspiracy, Dubovoy is wanted by the Newark field office.

14 – Rashawd Tulloch

Charged alongside 15 foreign nationals with Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy and aggravated identity theft, Tulloch had a major role in international organized crime.

Based primarily in Alexandria, Romania, he defrauded American victims through online auction fraud, causing millions of dollars in losses and was indicted by a federal grand jury in Lexington.

Tulloch allegedly served as a third-party money launderer and managed an operation designed to receive, redeem, and convert victim payments, obtained as result of the Romania fraud network, into bitcoin or cash.

Tulloch is sought by the Louisville field office, operating via the Lexington Resident Office.

13 – Evgenii Martosov

Another suspected thief who stole millions of credit card details before selling them onto other criminals, Martosov had his arrest warrant issued on April 7th, 2011.

Businesses such as hotels and restaurants were the victims of these hacking attacks, with others in the ring helping to steal the card details.

Martosov is wanted by the field office in New York City with charges that date from January 2010 to February 2011.

12 – Leonid Sokolov

Conspiring with others to steal credit and debit card data, including account holder names, card numbers, and expiration dates from at least 69 merchant locations, Sokolov is said to have sold the compromised card data to co-conspirators.

Resulting in more than $6 million in losses, Sokolov and others compromised the computerized point of sale systems of victim merchants and installed malware.

He goes by several nicknames or aliases including Eadle and Zeg, while being wanted by the Secret Service field office in New York.

11 – Farkhad Manokhin

Thought to have recruited and maintained a network of money mules, Manokhin used this network of mule accounts to offer cash-out services for illicitly obtained funds from bank account takeovers.

Mules often included visiting foreign students, who opened bank accounts in their own names in the United States for the purpose of receiving laundered money and sending it to Russia.

He was initially arrested in Sri Lanka at the behest of US authorities, but he later escaped custody while the extradition request was being considered and left the country.

Wanted by the Secret Service Miami field office, Manokhin should be considered an international flight risk.

10 – Aleksey Bilychenko

Reported to have been involved with the BTC-e exchange from 2011 until 2017, Aleksey Bilychenko is charged with money laundering conspiracy and operating an unlicensed money services business.

BTC-e was, at the time, the worlds largest cryptocurrency exchange, moving millions of bitcoin worth of deposits and withdrawals, and processing billions of dollars’ worth of transactions.

The exchange was also one of the primary ways by which cybercriminals around the world transferred, laundered, and stored the criminal proceeds of their illegal activities.

Numerous computer intrusions and hacking incidents, ransomware events, identity theft schemes, corrupt public officials, and narcotics distribution rings were later associated with the site.

Bilychenko is wanted by the San Francisco field office and is of both Russian citizenship and nationality.

9 – Ivan Turchynov

Carrying three different citizenships of Moldova, Ukraine and Romania, Turchynov is wanted for a major international computer hacking and fraudulent securities trading scheme.

His nicknames include Vladimir Gopienko and Vitaly Turenko, and is accused of generating more than $30 million in illicit trading profits.

Conducting a series of sophisticated cyberattacks to gain unauthorized access to the victim’s computer networks, he is said to have stolen information on earnings, gross margins and revenues.

His list of charges include wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy, securities fraud, securities fraud conspiracy, computer fraud, computer fraud conspiracy, aggravated identity theft, and money laundering conspiracy.

8 – Roman Kotov

With many nicknames and aliases reported to revolve around the number seven, Russian born Kotov Kotov specialized in harvesting data from various computer networks worldwide.

Said to be part of an organisation run by our next wanted man, Alexander Kalinin, losses in excess of $300 million were reported from credit card companies in the U.S alone.

Kotov was effective at penetrated the victims networks and exfiltrated data while selling them onto others through the dark web.

7 – Alexander Kalinin

Nicknamed, The Smoker, Kalinin is wanted by the Newark field office in connection with the deployment malware on various computer networks and the theft of credit and debit card numbers.

Said to have unlawfully acquired over 160 million credit card numbers as a result of his hacking activities, Kalinin sold the dumps to resellers around the world.

Losses from the crimes total in excess of $300 million for just three corporate victims alone and the costs associated with stolen identities and fraudulent charges were said to be immeasurable.

6 – Mikhaylo Rytikov

Coming in at number six with the nicknames of both Abdulla and Boss, Ukrainian born Mikhaylo Rytikov is wanted by the services Newark field office.

Wanted for operating a prolific hacking organization that was responsible for several of the largest known data breaches.

Rytikov is said to have penetrated the secure computer networks of the largest payment processing companies, retailers, and financial institutions in the world.

He is said to have operated everything from online dumps-checking services to bulletproof hosting and caused victims to lose over $12 million.

5 – Oleksii Bystrov

Wanted for fraudulently obtained the online banking login credentials belonging to numerous customers of a U.S. financial institution, Bystrov, goes by aliases such as Gold and Strong.

He is wanted by the Secret Service field office in San Francisco, he is known to have set up Automated Clearing House links between victims accounts and destination accounts he controlled.

Bystrov further changed the verification phone numbers and verification email addresses on the victim accounts and is charged with aggravated identity theft, wire fraud and bank fraud.

4 – Vitaly Kovalev

Charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and eight counts of bank fraud in connection with a series of intrusions into victim bank accounts, Russian born Kokalev is wanted by Newark Secret Service office.

Kovalev was able to gain unauthorized access to accounts held at least three different U.S-based financial institutions and made unauthorized transfers of funds into other bank accounts.

Kovalev was able to transfer without authorization nearly $1 million from the victims bank accounts and he is also wanted as a senior figure within the Trickbot trojan virus organization.

3 – Artem Radchenko

Ukrainian national Radchenko is wanted in connection with a sophisticated securities fraud scheme that extracted valuable data regarding the financial earnings of publicly traded companies.

A federal grand jury in the District of New Jersey charged Radchenko and Ieremenko with securities fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy, computer fraud and computer fraud conspiracy in 2019.

The U.S. Department of State is offering a reward of up to $1 million for information leading to the arrest of Radchenko.

2 – Oleksandr Ieremenko

Wanted for computer hacking and a fraudulent securities trading scheme that saw several high profile business networks targeted, Ieremenko is a Ukrainian national.

Confidential press releases containing material non-public information were stolen from internal computer networks prior to their public release.

The scheme generated more than $30 million in illicit trading profits for Ieremenko and his vast network of associates.

He is charged with wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy, securities fraud, securities fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, computer fraud, computer fraud conspiracy, and aggravated identity theft.

Leremenko further successfully hacked into the computer networks of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 2016 and a $1 million reward is currently in effect for information leading to his capture.

1 – Denis Kulkov

Wanted by the New York Secret Service field office in New York for computer intrusion, money laundering and device fraud, Kulkov goes by the aliases, Kreenjo, Nordex, and Nordexin.

Part of the Try2Check platform, catered to cybercriminals who purchased and sold stolen credit card numbers in bulk on the Internet, he is wanted as part of a further illicit credit card trading network.

Through the illegal operation of his websites, Russian born citizen, Kulkov made at least $18 million in Bitcoin and even purchased a Ferrari.

A reward of up to $10 million for information leading to the arrest and or conviction of Kulkov for participating in transnational organized crime is currently in effect at the time of recording.

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