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THE COMPANY SYNTAX IS SPECIALIZED IN CLAIMING DIVIDEND TAX REPAID ON BEHALF OF CLIENTS

February 4, 2017

The British financier Sanjay Shah is the owner of a company named Syntax. This company is specialized in reclaiming the dividend tax customers have paid around the world.
Syntax is part of a network of companies connected with Solo Capital and owned by British financier Sanjay Shah.
In this network several companies can officially write out proofs, that a customer owns shares in a defined company for example in Denmark.
Previously Sanjay Shah was running his financial business from London, but since 2009 he has been living in Dubai.
Sanjay Shah is of Indian roots. And, as many will know, he is the main suspect in a Danish case about fraud with the refunding of dividend tax amounting to 12,3 billion DKK.

TAXLAWYER IS BEING
APPROACHED BY SOLO CAPITAL

In 2012 a Danish tax lawyers of good reputation was approached by an employee from British Solo Capital.
Over the phone the employee from Solo Capital asked for advising concerning the refunding of Danish dividend tax.
The lawyer made a response and in June 2012 sent a report of six pages to his contact at Solo Capital.
According to Danish tax authority it is at this moment in 2012, that the first false applications about the refunding of dividend tax arrives at tax in Høje-Taastrup in Denmark.

EMPLOYEES FROM SYNTAX ARE
VISITING TAX IN HØJE-TAASTRUP

In 2014 two employees from Syntax are paying a visit to an employee at Danish tax in Høje Taastrup.
The employee in question is processing applications from foreigners about the refunding of dividend tax. It is a routine job, and he is the only one performing this task.
The two employees from Syntax want to know whether they are completing their applications about the refunding of dividend tax correctly, before starting sending them, and the office clerck at tax in Høje-Taastrup is kildly assisting them.
Later on this office clerk at tax is contacted once again by the person he is considering to be the chief at Syntax.
The man proposes lunch in the city of Copenhagen, and in the course of time they go out together several times having a good time.
The chief at Syntax has since disappeared, although he is somewhere out there reading his emails. This fact according to Danish Television.
The Danish authorities recently stated, that Sanjay Shah is to be considered as charged in the staggering case about fraud with dividend tax amounting to 12,3 billion DKK.
Nevertheless, the employee at Danish tax authority Skat in Høje-Taastrup is the hitherto sole person, who has been formally charged in the case.
SOURCE: The documentary The Billion Coup produced by Danish Television. The documentary was broadcasted on December 20, 2016.

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