The criminals from Kyiv tried to receive ID-numbers for false persons from the Republic of Crimea.
After receiving a request for registration, the employees of a Customer Service Centers of the Fiscal Service of Ukraine cast doubt on the authenticity of Ukrainian citizens’ documents registered in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
In particular, the individuals were not registered in the State Register of natural persons, taxpayers, and all notarized powers of attorneys were issue by the same private notary from Kyiv, the Administration of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine stated to Gorod Kiev news agency.
The inspection revealed that the agents of non-existed ‘Crimeans’ were two natives from Donbas, the employees of an agency providing translation services in Kyiv. Moreover, said notary turned out to be a co-founder of the enterprise headed by one of the swindlers.
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