Point police station is experiencing a number of fraud cases involving SARS Tax returns that opened at the station since the beginning of this month.
It is alleged that victims received their IRP5’s and went to SARS offices to submit their tax returns.
Upon their arrivals, they were told that their tax returns were already submitted through e-filling and they cannot submit again.
The victims were shocked and were not aware that their tax returns were submitted through e-filling.
A number of cases have been opened at Point police station regarding this scam. Police are investigating fraud cases and no arrest has been made. We appeal to the community to make sure that their documents are always safe and not to trust strangers with their personal information as it might get used by scammers to defraud SARS.
Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane: 071 683 6525
E-mail: [email protected]
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