Six people have been arrested in two days of police operations in the corporate area by the Organized Crime Investigation Division (OCID).
In the first instance, a man and a woman were arrested about 5:00 p.m., yesterday after the man went to a financial institution to retrieve money from a United States currency account.
It is reported that detectives from OCID initiated contact with a victim in the United States, who has been fleeced of more than US$120,000.
The investigations led them to the man now in custody.
According to the police, his account contained close to US$60,000.
Local police have since contacted Immigration and Customs and Enforcement officers in the United States to assist in their cross-border investigations.
In the second instance, four persons including two women were arrested this afternoon.
The police say they carried out a raid on two premises where a number of computers with information on the lottery scam, lead lists, magic jacks and several television sets were seized.
A lead list is a document which contains the names of victims, their addresses and other personal information.