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Homeland Security raids, examines Franklin County company
Youngsville, N.C.– Federal detectives from Homeland Security robbed a Franklin County company Tuesday, spending hours eliminating boxes marked “evidence”and computer system devices from Bolma Star Solutions in Youngsville.The structure appeared to be empty Wednesday, and business’s website and Facebook page have been shut down as of Wednesday afternoon.The United States Lawyer’s office said they’re not able to comment while the examination is underway.According to its
online profile, Bolma Star is a customer service and material moderation consulting group that runs a call center.Numerous online reviews by individuals claiming to be former employees have actually slammed the company on the task finding site Glassdoor.com.According to the state, the Delaware-based company came to North
Carolina in February 2016. It is unclear exactly what prompted the investigation or how long it is been underway.Homeland Security Private investigators are hired for a diverse range of cross-border criminal activity, consisting of financial crimes, cybercrimes, and human trafficking, amongst
lots of other problems.