Tuesday, 21 January 2014

A Fraud from Scotland Is Trying To Make A Deal Just To Return to Dubai – A Truth Revealed
Alan Smith04:46 0 comments

A biggest wealthiest VAT fraud is in Scotland.

Exclusive SCOTLAND’S wealthiest fraud mistrust is trying to strike a deal to return from United Arab Emirates but keep his cash, we can disclose.
Mr Imran Hussain who is 34 years old and, he has been on the run from investigators of HMRC for 6 years over a Value Added Tax scam in which he has allegedly stolen three hundred million £ (£300million) from United Kingdom taxpayers.
The former sunbed shop boss Imran Hussain has been in his country since being forced out of the millionaires’ playground of the UAE (Dubai). But the associate has disclosed that playboy Imran Hussain is Impatient his Scotland city Glasgow to his friends and family members.
http://www.vatfraudcases.co.uk/300m-tax-dodge-fugitive-launched-bid-to-return-to-scotland/
The sources said: “He has so much and he could wish for in Dubai but that is not home.” He has efficiently been on the run since the end of 2006 and he also said this is the time to come back in his city but he will only do if he can get the best deal with VAT collection department. He wants to come back his home but he did not want to spend 20 years in a cell.
Imran Hussain is living very high profiled life in Dubai, where he has two luxury houses, lot of cars and a yacht. Whenever he wants to Europe he was using his private jet. He spent luck on a lot of parties and thought nothing of buying wealthiest Rolex watches for his pals. But Hussain was forced to leave the desert kingdom when HMRC investigators were sent to track him down.








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