Economy

15 people cheated. A fictitious €70,000 tax credit

Mistry – Someone found the house half plaster with overcoat and half demolished, and it had come to a standstill when the facade began to look new. Who assembled the scaffolding and then abandoned it for several months, who purchased the new boiler with an energy-saving mirage, installed but not working, and instead abandoned the use of the garden to make way for a construction site used only as a deposit of materials and did not start. Word of mouth, among neighbours, about that company that, yes, took care of the renovations from the ground up and made you the new home without paying a euro, worked perfectly. So much so that now they have all turned to the lawyers together to terminate the contract signed with the Sgai Consortium of Naples which promised to obtain big reward 110 per cent to renovate buildings.

fifteen victims

The group, which included about fifteen people, did not raise any money financially. But they ended up in everyone’s money drawer Between 50 and 70 thousand euros in tax creditas if they had received the benefits, which now precludes real rewards.
The victims are about fifteen years old, all residing in single-family homes scattered between Spinia, Merano, Campolungo and the Riviera: contacted by district agents, they accepted between the end of 2020 and the beginning of last year for tax benefits thanks to the contract that left the union the right to choose the executing companies.
An attractive move, as the incentive to sell credit was envisaged, which would cover the cost of energy improvement works. Interventions ranged from the construction of the outer insulating layer, with highly advanced materials, to the installation of condensing boilers or heat pumps that provide a significant reduction in energy consumption, complete with windows.

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You work in half

But after signing contracts, The “lucky ones” had witnessed the activation of some construction sites, others not even that. But no one completed the surgery. And even when companies – partly local, partly southern Italy – got into business, they often didn’t get paid, so they left the restoration halfway. Suspicions multiplied until the decision to resort to lawyers to find out. Thus civil attorney Andrea Cimino, criminal attorney Dirk Campagula, and tax attorney Giovanni Schembri were appointed: so much so that by accessing the documents it turned out that for some business start-up communications to municipal offices it was deposited, and in some cases resulting from tax drawers (or district) Personal Revenue Agency) an amount representing a promised waiver of credit even for work that was never performed. Currently, notices of contract termination have been sent to Consorzio Sgai and complaints have been filed. Also, as a form of protection against the Revenue Agency, to disassociate itself from those sums being paid in the form of a bonus which in the future may preclude the realization of bonuses. At least to finish the unfinished work.

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