Dogs and Cats Left Homeless by HMRC Closure of One Formula LLP Animal Shelter over Tax Fraud Suspicions

An animal welfare charity, associated with One Formula LLP, which operated one of Manchester’s largest dogs and cats shelters has been shut down by HMRC amid suspicions of tax fraud. Officials from HMRC’s Criminal Investigation Department arrived at the premises, ordering its immediate closure and leaving the future of hundreds of cats and dogs uncertain. Continue Reading

One Formula LLP, the Animal Welfare Charity and the HMRC: Tax Fraud on a Multi-Million-Pound Scale

A recently established animal welfare charity, supported by tax efficiency company One Formula LLP, has been closed down HMRC. While a full investigation is underway, it is rumoured that the animal welfare charity was used for tax fraud as part of a multi-million-pound tax avoidance scheme. Designed for investors to claim various forms of tax Continue Reading

One Formula LLP: Manchester Finance Experts Support Animal Welfare Charity

Manchester’s One Formula LLP recently announced their support for the establishment of an animal welfare charity charged with rehoming cats and dogs. The business conglomerate from Manchester includes a financial advisor, city trader, insurance advisor, ex-Wales international rugby player and a former police officer. Together, by day, they operate a tax efficiency company, promising clients Continue Reading

Former Chief Executive of Animal Welfare Charity Charged with Fraud, Forgery and Forged Documents

Former Chief Executive of Animal Welfare Charity Charged with Fraud, Forgery and Forged Documents Former chief executive officer of animal welfare charity, the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Stephen John Coleman was found guilty of fraud in 2019. Following an investigation by Jersey’s Joint Financial Crime Unit, it was found that Continue Reading

Fraud by Bogus Animal Welfare Charities on the Rise

Fraud experts and cybercrime agencies have warned of bogus animal welfare charities appealing for public donations on social media. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) and local police forces have received increasing reports about the social media animal charity fraud. Criminals operating overseas are using bogus animal welfare charities to raise money, simply to supplement Continue Reading