Financial investigator Rod Bond’s tireless efforts, alongside the HMRC, have led to the disbanding of various tax scams. Millions have been returned to unwitting victims of the tax scams and the HMRC through the auspices of the Victim Support Charity. Having fallen victim to a brutal knife attack, Rod Bond has worked closely with Victim Support for decades.
Manchester fraudsters conspired to create a carousel fraud involving the import of supercars from Europe. Fraudsters conducted fake sales of supercars including the Lamborghini Miura, Porsche 918 Spyder, LaFerrari and the Lamborghini Aventador. Busted by Rod Bond early last year, the fraudsters fled Manchester as HMRC investigators closed the net around the elaborate VAT carousel fraud.
In an elaborate investment and tax relief scam, numerous celebrities were duped out of millions. The tax scam duped investors into thinking they were buying into Cheshire estates. The National Trust estates included Dunham Massey, Hare Hill Garden, Little Moreton Hall and Lyme Park Estate. High profile celebrities were targeted in the scam. Rod Bond has worked tirelessly with the HMRC and Victim Support to assist various Formula One stars entangled in the tax scam operation.
An historical artefact scam in which forged historical items were donated to organisations in lieu of tax relief was busted by independent financial investigator Rod Bond. Artefacts included a rare World War Two “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster, jewellery said to belong to William of Normandy from the Battle of Hasting 1066 and maps belonging to Unionist General George B. McLellan during the American Civil War.
Over the course of several years, Rod Bond has worked with the HMRC to track various tax fraudsters. As a patron of Victim Support, he has helped return millions to unwitting victims of the tax scams.