Germany’s fraud investigation company Wifka is ready to pay $30 million for the information on those behind the shootdown of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight in eastern Ukraine on July 17, the company said on its website on Wednesday.
The company said it has been tasked with investigating the air crash that killed all 298 passengers and crew. Wifka did not disclose the name of its client who is providing the reward.
Wifka said the reward would be paid to those who know who had shot down the plane, who gave the order to shoot it down, what happened to the people involved in the shootdown and to the weapon used.
“The money is securely deposited in Zurich, Switzerland. It will be paid there or in a different neutral place of the whistleblower’s choice,” Wifka said.
The company said its work was absolutely confidential and advised “whistleblowers to take great care, that is to contact them through a lawyer”.