Operation Giotto in Rimini, assets worth 6 million seized by the Finance Department and 6 reported for tax fraud on renovations worth 22 million

Operation Giotto in Rimini, assets worth 6 million seized by the Finance Department and 6 reported for tax fraud on renovations worth 22 million
Operation Giotto in Rimini, assets worth 6 million seized by the Finance Department and 6 reported for tax fraud on renovations worth 22 million

In recent days the soldiers of the Provincial Command of the Guardia di Finanza of Rimini have executed a preventive seizure decree issued by the Court of Rimini securing securities and real estate for over 6 million euros. The seizure involved 5 companies, several cars, current account balances and 5 real estate units, one of which was recently renovated, located between Rimini and Bologna, owned by 6 subjects held responsible for a complex tax fraud which occurred through the use of false invoices for over 22 million euros operated in the building renovation and paint trade sectors.

After having carried out 23 searches between Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Marche, Campania and Basilicata, with the use of over 60 soldiers, the Fiamme Gialle have deepened the investigations using high-tech investigative means and have carefully examined every single accounting and banking document acquired . «The investigations conducted by the specialists of the Economic and Financial Police Unit – explains a note – initially arose from the massive analysis of the intelligence databases relating to the state of health of the local economy and made it possible to discover a complex fraudulent system aimed at tax evasion, structured through the use of shell companies, penniless front men and completely fictitious company contact details. The long and detailed reconstructions carried out confirmed the investigative input and made it possible to identify swirling flows of invoices whose total value amounts to over 26 million euros. The fictitious documents created, in addition to tax evasion, were also used to generate fictitious tax credits which were then deducted by the “healthy” companies of the entire fraudulent scheme. The perpetrators of the fraud were reported, for various reasons, for crimes relating to the annotation of invoices for non-existent transactions, as well as the undue compensation of tax credits”.

 
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