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Zimra warns of bogus tax officers


THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has warned of bogus “tax officers” going around the country’s businesses under the guise that they are carrying out audits yet prejudicing them.


In a notice, Zimra said it had noted with concern that the bogus tax officers were going around with letters of introduction alleged to be from the revenue collecting body.

“The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority wishes to advise its valued clients that there are bogus ‘tax officers’ going around businesses asking them about their tax issues under the pretext that they are carrying out Zimra audits,” part of the notice reads.

“The letters are allegedly signed by CT Shumba, C Mayo, CT Chingwanda and B Nyika. We urge you to confirm with Zimra managers or supervisors from your nearest Zimra office before serving any officials claiming to be coming from Zimra.” the notice adds.

The notice also stated that when carrying out audits duties and or visiting clients, premises, Zimra officers work in teams of at least two officers and they should be displaying name tags showing the first name and the surname of each officer, plus Zimra identity cards.

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