An unknown number of coordinated searches and witness hearings, which followed “a complex, three-year investigation,” were conducted in Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden, European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) said in a statement.

The vaguely-worded statement did not say how many victims suffered losses and failed to provide specific information on how many websites were involved, how many businesses or sham agents, or how long the investigation will continue.