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Vat Fraud Cases

The actual fraudster demand to help purchaser full price together with Value Added Tax however he / she will not move the particular vat cost you the particular collection office in addition to he / she becomes any VAT absent trader or VAT fraudster.
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Last year HMRC described 20 most wanted tax dodgers on news channels and news sites. HMRC also admitted that they caught only one person and other fugitives are too far to them. HMRC adds 10 more names in this list but they already failed to catch fugitives.

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A well-known businessman Daamin Kaif, from Badgers Hill, Virginia Water, Surrey, was jailed for 6.5 years in 2011 for his involvement in a £38million VAT (Value Added Tax) fraud. The court ordered to repay vat crime profit of £2.4 million within 6 months, or face 6 months more in the jail.

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Recently, Mr. Gordon Armitage, a businessman, is declared guilty in Value Added Tax scam to a tune of GBP 76, 784. He was tried at Derby Crown court where QC, Mr. Stuart Rafferty, raised the question of Armitage’s personal worth and value of his assets, including his house. HMRC was requested to carefully investigate the matter.

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Mark McAteer, a 22 years old man, was involved in this fraudulent act. He belonged to Gortnarney Road, Limavady. His claim was building few water purification plants in Basra and Mosul. To build water purifications plants successfully, he ordered some equipment as well as consultancy services from a professional machinery supplier in Northern Ireland.

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Mohammad Tanwir Khan, aged 58, is proven guilty in a fake export related VAT fraud. Unfortunately, he is the only person who is identified as part of this scam. It is expected that he worked on this scam between year 2006 till 2011 to forge export of mechanical parts to Pakistan Navy, a transaction which had no truth to it entirely.

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It does not come as a surprise that Hollywood has also been targeted by the team of VAT fraudsters. It was intended to make people believe about launch of a mega blockbuster movie in UK which was aimed to bag GBP 2.8 million as the value of loot.

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