Order to serve outside the jurisdiction in Stuart Mackellar, as liquidator of Crosscan Financial Corp. (in liquidation) v. Dmitry Purim, Edward Petre-Mears, Pavel Maslo, and Elena Ryabova at the British Virgin Islands High Court.
Letter about closing offshore ten tax loopholes from Senator Carl Levin to Senator Harry Reid, Senator Mitch McConnell, Senator Dick Durbin, Senator Jon Kyl, Senator Kent Conrad, Senator Saxby Chambliss, Senator Mark Warner, Senator Mike Crapo, Senator Tom Coburn, Senator Michael Bennet, Senator Mike Johanns, Senator John McCain, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Senator Lindsey Graham, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Senator Kelly Ayotte, Honorable Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury; Gene Sperling, Director, National Economic Council, dated October 5, 2012.
Article based on an application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into alleged tax fraud - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Russia - that was filed at federal court in the USA on October 11, 2005. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the request for assistance include Kester Trade LLC, Belinda Lanyon, Koksokhimmontazh-Kemerovo ZAO, Vladimir Mezer, Alexander Shaposhnikov, and UAB Lietuvos Avialinijos Cargo.
The IRS has asked a U. S. federal court for permission to serve a “John Doe” summons on Internet money transfer firm PayPal Inc. as part of a clampdown on tax evasion using offshore credit and debit cards.“The records requested in the summons will identify the holders of bank accounts at, or payment cards issued by banks in, the listed jurisdictions, information which is not otherwise readily available to the Internal Revenue Service,” stated the IRS in its petition.
Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Lithuania into fraud involving Jonas Disleris and JSC Sidabrine Menke.
Another credit card processor subpoenaed by the IRS as part of investigation into offshore tax evasion
Total Systems Services Inc. has become the latest third party credit card processor to be ordered to turn over client records to the IRS as part of its offshore tax evasion investigation. An order allowing the IRS to serve a
US court approves application to serve summonses on VISA International for tax evasion investigation
A California court has approved a request by the Internal Revenue Service for leave to file "John Doe" summonses on VISA International as part of an investigation into tax evasion using offshore credit cards. The order, issued on March 28, 2002, allows the IRS to examine the records of VISA credit or debit cards issued "by, through, or on behalf of banks or other financial institutions" in 31 offshore jurisdictions.