Alleged Tax Evasion, Gerald Lincoln: "We Are Victims of SS Motor Point"
27 August 2013 - Défi Media Group
Gerald Lincoln, director of the company Ernst and Young and Next Teracom, and a dozen owners will soon be summoned by the CCID. That in the case concerning undervalued luxury cars.
The MRA does not let the matter of people who have tried to circumvent the tax on the import of luxury cars costing several million but have been dumped and also people who have used the Returning Citizen Scheme ( SCR) other individuals to achieve their goals. Some owners said they were "victims of SS Motor Point", whose director is Dhanishwar Toolsee. The man has been arrested and released on bail.
The CCID is in possession of 12 records in respect of these luxury cars. Owners should soon be summoned by investigators. A. Mohammad Zakir R., and M. Moneswar Naushadally G., among others, will be heard not the CCID.
Gerald Lincoln will, too, called. The director of Ernst & Young and Next Teracom said to have been fooled by SS Motor Point. Dhanishwar Toolsee have made him understand that he could sell new vehicles, including a Range Rover, a BMW X3 and a Porsche Cayenne, at competitive prices. The orders were placed in 2011 and the cars arrived in 2012.
"Toolsee gave us a proposal for the new vehicles sold between 15 and 20% cheaper than the local dealer. When he said the Porsche and BMW, customs had not accepted the amount declared. I had to pay the difference. So I paid more. We knew nothing of these exercises undervaluation. We are victims of SS Motor Point, "said Gerald Lincoln.
The Range Rover Evoque has left the customs after an underestimation of the total amount of Rs 3.5 M. It appears that the company and the MRA have reached an agreement for the payment of the difference. After discovering the game SS Motor Point in 2012, Ernst & Young had written to the MRA to know.