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Pictured: Custody handout of Nathan Watson<br />
Re: Four fraudsters have been sent to prison for setting up a tax scam involving fake companies in which they tried to get their hands on almost £700,000.<br />
Andrew Mackenzie, his brother Jonathan Mackenzie, plus friends David Fox and Nathan Watson each admitted being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent obtaining of VAT repayments.<br />
Cardiff Crown court heard the offending took between 2013 and 2016, during which the defendants set up fake companies and used fake invoices and fictitious bills to support their claims.<br />
The fake companies included Charles Maddison Accountants, Newbridge Convenience Stores and Ayamaya Hotels.
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Pictured: Custody handout of Nathan Watson
Re: Four fraudsters have been sent to prison for setting up a tax scam involving fake companies in which they tried to get their hands on almost £700,000.
Andrew Mackenzie, his brother Jonathan Mackenzie, plus friends David Fox and Nathan Watson each admitted being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent obtaining of VAT repayments.
Cardiff Crown court heard the offending took between 2013 and 2016, during which the defendants...
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