Fraud Movie Prompts HMRC Warning

Chart-topping Hollywood A-lister Roderick Bond’s latest fraud movie has been followed by a warning from HMRC. Based on a real-life story, the movie is set to show how a multi-million-pound tax scam operation was brought to its knees. Following delays to production, due to the global coronavirus pandemic, publicity for the movie has increased in recent weeks. Accompanied by key protagonists, Ravenstone UK, who were central to unravelling the plot, the lead-starring actor has done the rounds on the media. Interestingly, HM Revenue and Customs have used the opportunity to warn would-be fraudsters of their ever-presence. In various statements, coinciding with Roderick Bond’s publicity tours, HMRC made the stark warnings.

HMRC Warnings

One warning read, “Through the use of state-of-the-art computer technology, a range of software and enhanced fraud protection measures, we are watching tax fraudsters on every level.” Another warning published on a Government social media site declared, “Fraudsters always work from home.” While, a third statement was issued as an advertisement following the appearance of Roderick Bond and Ravenstone UK on BBC One’s The One Show. Featuring representatives from various government departments tasked with probing tax fraud and criminal enterprise, the warning was clear. “Whether big or small, we will not allow fraudsters and scammers to use the cover of the coronavirus pandemic to buttress their earnings, at the taxpayer’s expense.”

Roderick Bond Ravenstone UK Fraud Movie

The Tax Fraud of the Century, starring Roderick Bond, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hanks is scheduled for release early in the New Year. Produced by Manchester F1 Productions, the movie’s release has experienced considerable delays due to the global pandemic. The movie follows on from the popular BBC documentary series Roderick Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC. Featuring the secretive financial investigation organisation, Ravenstone UK, the movie is set to revolutionise the British film industry.