amish

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GST officers in Mumbai are now sending emails to everyone

(they are all in CC - i.e. email address visible)

They also list GST number and names and address of everyone in the email.

with subject that "Non filing of GSTR3B"

Its easy for them to check if GSTR3B is filed or not but they possibly want to trap whoever replies to their email.

So they send it to everyone and in the end simply write : "Ignore the e-mail if return is already filed"

E-mail address used is of Gmail (range6dn4cgst@gmail.com) but e-mail does not look fake.

They purposely used gmail so later if caught they can deny of sending such email.

OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF GST AND CENTRAL EXCISE
..........RANGE,..III..........................
F. No. CGST/Range-III/Div-IV/15/Report/2017
Thane, dated 21.03.2018

..(main matter here)...

Yours sincerely,
Superintendent of Thane CGST
Division-IV,Range-III
 

amish

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I am already facing issue with ITC. Two persons have failed to report the bill issued.

Which means loss of about 7000Rs (when GSTR2 will be implemented)

Repeated reminders to seller has not fetched any response.
 

amish

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... the idea was to move away from computer systembased matching of returns, which generates large mismatches between claims of suppliers and buyers.

“The supplier will upload the details and the recipient will do the matching,” Modi said
How is this even going to solve the problem? Government is solving own problem by letting dealers fight with each other.

They definitely FAILED to generate any mechanism for matching and proving.

Which means that effectively GST will be SAME AS VAT / CST. (VAT renamed as SGST and CST renamed as IGST)

What is the solution if supplier does not upload Invoice and eats up tax? Where to complain? Who will be judge?

All back to square one.
 
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