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2023-12-05T16:16:25.326Z

Highlights: The Guardia di Finanza of Milan, on behalf of the Public Prosecutor's Office, has seized 284 million euros of non-existent tax credits. The fraud is believed to be the result of a massive and articulated fraud as part of the so-called building Ecobonus. The investigation, in which there are 8 suspects, is coordinated by prosecutor Cristian Barilli and deputy Eugenio Fusco. The 8 suspects are charged with unlawful access to a computer system, attempted fraud and fraud against the State.


The Guardia di Finanza of Milan, on behalf of the Public Prosecutor's Office, has seized 284 million euros of non-existent tax credits, believed to be the result of a massive and articulated fraud as part of the so-called building Ecobonus. (ANSA)


The Guardia di Finanza of Milan, delegated by the Public Prosecutor's Office, has seized 284 million euros of non-existent tax credits, believed to be the result of a massive and articulated fraud in the context of the so-called Ecobonusedilizio.
The investigation, in which there are 8 suspects, is coordinated by prosecutor Cristian Barilli and deputy Eugenio Fusco and is conducted by the Economic and Financial Police Unit of the Gdf in collaboration with the Computer Crimes Team of the same Milan Public Prosecutor's Office. The investigation began before the summer following the complaint filed with the Guardia di Finanza by a well-known Milanese financial intermediary as the victim of a fraud attempt after he had found tax credits for 50 million inserted in his tax drawer that he had never accepted.
This was the starting point for the investigation that made it possible to reconstruct the origin of the tax benefits accrued and transferred. According to the investigations, the receivables would have been uploaded to the portal relating to the assignment of receivables of the Revenue Agency against discounts on the invoice for a total of about 14 thousand building renovation interventions, allegedly carried out by construction companies throughout Italy, which then turned out to be not only total evaders, but also lacking staff and facilities to carry out the activities. From the checks, the works never took place and the buildings that should have been affected did not exist.
The 8 suspects are charged with unlawful access to a computer system, attempted fraud and fraud against the State.



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