Fraud On Luxury Cars: Ernst & Young Said He Was "Rolled" By SS Motor Point
27 August 2013 - lexpress.mu
SS Motor Point offered tempting offers. This is why Gerald Lincoln, head of Ernst & Young, the opportunity to purchase a Porsche Cayenne, a Range Rover and a BMW X3. However, it said, "have been rolled" by Dhaneshwar Toolsee, director of the company.
He is indignant. "We bought new vehicles Motorpoint SS because it offered attractive prices. It was a fixed price contract. In the end, we paid more because the authorities refused to clear them, the vehicles have been under-invoiced. Just for my Cayenne, we had to pay Rs 1 million, "says Gerald Lincoln. He added that "these vehicles have cost us almost the same market price, if not more expensive." The head of Ernst & Young points out, moreover, that it did not use any trick in the Returning Resident Scheme. In fact, the under-invoicing of SS Motor Point were brought to the knowledge of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) by the association of dealers in new vehicles, the Motor Vehicles Dealers Association (MVDA), who felt victim 'unfair competition.
The MVDA assigned MRA court, asking it to enforce the law, arguing that these cars in particular, are second-hand vehicles, as they were recorded in England. Especially in the case of the Range Rover Evoque. A letter from the car manufacturer Land Rover has also been admitted to signal that no certificate of CO2 had been issued for the vehicle.|
Statements by Gerald Lincoln actually come add grist to the mill of the MRA. This survey SS Motorpoint for customs fraud and to have acquired at least eight vehicles bypassing the "Returning Resident Scheme". Dhaneshwar Toolsee is already under a charge of conspiracy to defraud the state in the case of the Mercedes SLS 63 AMG Seebarrun Ashish Kumar, whose industrial Thierry Lagesse is the real owner. It not be said that a user "episodic". It should return home at the end of the month to give his version of events in this case. "She offered attractive prices."