Voudouri, from Bridge of Allan near Stirling, was jailed for four years at
the High Court in Glasgow after admitting to VAT evasion worth £3m.
The money will be paid back at High Court in Edinburgh.
Senior customs investigation manager John Whiting said: ‘This confiscation
order will successfully conclude a complex financial investigation involving
inquiries in the UK, Europe and the United States.
‘Together with the Crown Office, we are determined to apply
Crime legislation wherever possible to send a clear message to criminals and
fraudsters at all levels.’
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