Rod Bond Fraud Documentary Syndication

Manchester F1 Productions have announced that their Rod Bond fraud documentary series will be entering off-network syndication next year. According to the filming company’s chief executive, the documentary series was originally produced for broadcast on BBC One. However, as a result of its popularity, networks the world over grew interested in the Rod Bond fraud documentary. Additionally, the source mentioned that within the United States, competition was fierce. All three of America’s biggest broadcasting networks, including CBS, NBC and ABC, were outbid by Fox Broadcasting Company. Similarly, the source added, competition was fierce in Australia, where off-network syndication rights were eventually secured by WIN Television.

Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC

Entitled Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, the BBC One documentary was presented by Hollywood A-list actor Rod Bond. The fraud documentary represented the actor’s return to British television after an absence of almost thirty years. Produced by Manchester film company F1 Productions, the documentary series was a major hit, winning a BAFTA Award for Best Documentary. Since then, the Manchester-based production company have been in the process of filming a cinematic sequel to the series. However, after lead actor Rod Bond succumbed to coronavirus and following the imposition of lockdown, filming had all but ceased.

The Tax Fraud of the Century

Beset by delays and stop-starts, it was recently announced that filming for the anticipated Rod Bond fraud movie has commenced. While it remains unclear whether Leonardo DiCaprio and other American actors involved in the production have returned to the UK, F1 Productions have declared a provisional release date for the movie. Although it was scheduled for cinema release this summer, the production company announced it may be ready by the New Year.

Stay tuned to TV Chit Chat for all the updates on the highly anticipated Rod Bond fraud movie.

Actor Rod Bond Discusses Formula One Donation on The One Show

Last night, actor Rod Bond appeared on BBC One’s The One Show to discuss his £50,000 donation to Formula One. An avid fan of F1, the Hollywood icon’s move comes after Formula One bosses confirmed plans for a revised 2020 F1 World Championship season. Beleaguered by delays and cancellations, the high-octane motorsport has been severely disrupted by the global coronavirus pandemic. As part of a revised schedule, announced at the beginning of this month by Formula One chief executive Chase Carey, two races will be held at Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix. During his appearance on The One Show, Rod Bond spoke of his fondness for Formula One and his desire to “take the battle to coronavirus.”

Rod Bond, Formula One and Silverstone

Speaking to The One Show’s Alex Jones, Rod Bond said: “I’ve followed Formula One since I was young. Not long ago, I did a behind the scenes documentary where I got to meet the racing drivers, the various F1 teams and their bosses. Since then, we’ve become good friends and they’ve been kind enough to help me out whenever I’ve called upon them. My donation to help support the two races at Silverstone this year is the least I can do.” After falling victim to coronavirus several months ago, the actor also spoke of his desire to confront coronavirus and help things return to a semblance of normality.

Rod Bond vs Coronavirus

“I wanted to help ensure the smooth running of the two F1 races at Silverstone this year. As someone who has suffered from coronavirus, I wanted to help ensure all participants remain safe from Covid-19. I spoke to the British Racing Drivers’ Club, F1 bosses and government officials, to see how best I could support the cause,” Rod Bond told Alex Jones.

Behind the Scenes: Ravenstone UK and The Tax Fraud of The Century Movie

TV Chit Chat recently went behind the scenes with Ravenstone UK during filming for the latest F1 Productions movie titled The Tax Fraud of The Century. Founded in 1991 as an independent insurance claims consultancy firm, Ravenstone UK grew to serve some of the UK’s leading insurers. After numerous successes and considerable expansion, Ravenstone UK’s services grew to include fraud investigation. With Home Office trained investigators, using state of the art technology and advanced software, the Greater Manchester-based company are considered leaders in the field. Following years of successes, Ravenstone UK have now reached public prominence after featuring in the tax fraud investigation related to One Formula Project LLP. Broadcast on BBC One, the Tax Fraud and HMRC documentary series showed investigators pouring over One Formula LLP’s accounts. Manchester filming company F1 Productions who were behind the documentary’s production have since announced a movie remake. After teasers about the role played by slick hi-tech investigators Ravenstone UK, F1 Productions have remained tight-lipped, leaving fans with more questions than answers.

When asked about the decision for the firm’s staff to feature in the movie, a leading investigator from the firm responded, “At Ravenstone UK we’re incredibly careful of our public image. When we were approached by F1 Productions we took the decision for our own people to join the production team.” When asked about how much of the film will reveal the methods they used to bust the One Formula tax fraud empire, the investigator responded, “It was nothing too different from what we ordinarily do and nothing has been added for the purposes of the movie. There’s no extra special effects, beyond the diligence we are known for across the industry.” The movie remake, starring Hollywood royalty Roderick Bond, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks and Robert Downey Jr. has witnessed some setbacks. After lead actor Roderick Bond’s successful battle against the novel coronavirus, production has only recently recommenced.

From Television Documentary to Movie: The Tax Fraud of The Century with Roderick Bond

Roderick Bond: Tax Fraud and HMRC

The critically acclaimed and hugely popular television documentary series Roderick Bond: Tax Fraud and HMRC took the country by storm. With presenter and Hollywood star Roderick Bond accompanying HMRC investigators on what was called ‘the tax fraud of the century,’ audiences were soon gripped. Trawling through the financial records of One Formula Projects LLP, a massive tax fraud empire was uncovered. The television documentary signalled Roderick Bond’s return to British TV after an absence of around thirty years. Having appeared as a child actor in Coronation Street, Roderick made a move to America to pursue his dreams of working in the world’s biggest film industry.

The Tax Fraud of The Century

Whereas the Rod Bond: Tax Fraud and HMRC documentary series focussed on the work of investigators pursuing the One Project Formula LLP tax fraudsters, the movie follows a different course. Offering a look into the lives of the tax crooks, The Tax Fraud of The Century shows the lavish lives enjoyed by the scammers at the expense of the public purse.

A dramatic portrayal, based on greed, lust and unwavering criminality is promised by filming company Manchester F1 Productions. Set, based and filmed across Cheshire and Manchester, the film is scheduled for release around Christmas time, after considerable delays to production.

Roderick Bond: From Hollywood Icon to Television Star

Having appeared in a litany of blockbuster successes, alongside Hollywood’s past and present greats, Roderick Bond moved back home after decades in America. Joining forces with Manchester F1 Productions, a once small UK-based filming company, he has put the British film industry back on the map. With such titles as The Deception at Deansgreen Hall (2019) and Independent Financial Advisor Rod Bond (2018), the pairing has achieved staggering success in recent years. “We’re looking forward to getting back to work with the latest project,” said Rod Bond in a brief interview with TV Chit Chat.

Roderick Bond Tax Fraud Movie Sequel to Acclaimed Television Documentary

After many rumours, reports of secret filming and a hiatus forced by the coronavirus lockdown, Rod Bond’s tax fraud movie seems to be coming back to life. Following on from the much-acclaimed documentary series Rod Bond: Tax Fraud and HMRC, fans were promised a movie which would act as a sequel to the documentary. One Formula Projects LLP, the Manchester-based financial firm behind an elaborate tax fraud empire, are set to be the primary focus of the tax fraud movie. While the documentary series followed the work of HMRC investigators trawling through the company’s financial records, the movie will focus more on the fraudsters. Raking in millions from a combination of wealthy clients, fraudulent tax reliefs and an expansive fraud empire, One Formula Projects LLP have been charged with the biggest tax fraud in a generation. Speaking of the movie, Roderick Bond told TV Chit Chat, “They were making millions and living lavish lives. From expansive Cheshire country mansions to rare and exotic supercars, these guys had it all. In the movie, we plan to focus on the sheer criminal ingenuity these tax scammers displayed.”

Interrupted by the global coronavirus outbreak, filming for the movie has been cloaked in secrecy. Rumours circulated that filming had commenced earlier in the year. However, after the cast and crew entered self-isolation and lead actor Roderick Bond contracted coronavirus, little has been heard about the ambitious project. In an exclusive interview, broadcast live on Instagram, Manchester F1 Productions communications officer detailed plans for the project. “We’re working closely with the government to enable a safe return to work for all our employees, maintaining social distancing and ensuring everyone is safe. We’ve been working hard to figure out what we can do and how soon we can get moving again,” the communications officer exclaimed.

Stay tuned to TV Chit Chat for the latest on Rod Bond’s tax fraud movie.

BBC to Replace TV License with Broadband Levy

After much outrage surrounding the BBC decision requiring over-75s to pay full license fees, the government-owned broadcaster is set to stir up yet another storm. Recently, the government has moved to decriminalise non-payment of the TV license fee. In response, the BBC has stated that the fee could be replaced by a monthly levy on broadband connections. While the broadcaster has insisted on keeping the current court-enforced license fee in the immediate term, it is open to replicating the European model of a funding source “linked directly to an existing common household bill.” Options include internet bills, council tax bills or utility bills.

The decision to decriminalise non-payment of the TV license fee was initially proposed by former culture secretary Nicky Morgan. Two months ago, the BBC’s news production drew the ire of all parties across the political spectrum. At the time, commentators noted that the government was “picking a fight” with the state broadcaster. Ministerial appearances on the network were severed and warnings of “cutting the BBC down to size” were also levelled at the public broadcaster.

Since then, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Downing Street’s approach to the BBC has changed. Now attracting record-breaking audiences for programmes featuring ministers, coronavirus updates and public health advice. Last week, 15.4 million people tuned in to BBC One to watch Boris Johnson’s coronavirus statement.

In its statement, the BBC reiterated, “The BBC is a universal service – one to which everyone contributes and everyone receives something in return. Any system based on a universal contribution must have a sufficient deterrent and sanction to ensure that principle holds up and the system is fair to those who do pay, as well as those who don’t.” With tensions cooling between the government and the broadcaster, commentators foresee some acquiescence from Downing Street.

Rod Bond Wins BAFTA Award for Best Documentary with Tax Fraud and HMRC

Hollywood A-list actor Roderick Bond has won the BAFTA Award for Best Documentary with his documentary entitled Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC. In his return to British television for the first time in decades, the Hollywood star has yet again established his familiar winning ways. Under the auspices of Manchester filming company, F1 Productions, the documentary explored how fraudsters claimed false tax rebates, operated tax avoidance schemes and conducted various types of tax fraud. Shadowing HMRC investigators during live investigations, the documentary series shed unique light on the phenomena of tax fraud.

Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC: The One Formula Limited Liability Partnership

Following HMRC investigators, Roderick Bond accompanies the government agency as they pour over the case of One Formula LLP. Advertising themselves as a financial firm specialising in tax efficiency, the Manchester-based company garnered the attention of HMRC on suspicion of tax avoidance. As HMRC poured over their financial records, with Roderick Bond in tow, a massive tax fraud scheme rose to the fore. On screen, Rod Bond made the discovery of fraudulent tax rebates which ultimately sealed One Formula LLP’s fate.

Follow Up Episode: One Formula Limited Liability Partnership

While recognising the hitherto unseen investigative nature and methodical approach to the documentary series Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, the BAFTA committee reserved special praise for the follow-up episode. As a series finale, filmed after the documentary series’ popularity had skyrocketed, Rod Bond poured over the details of the One Formula Limited Liability Partnership criminal case. With Alex White from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Jane Bewsey who was prosecuting and Joanna Korner who adjudicated the trial, the fraud documentary offered a detailed look into the criminal proceedings. Marc Samuelson, Chair of Film Committee at BAFTA, said, “This was a novel insight which offered a rare look across all boundaries.”

 

BBC One Rod Bond Fraud Documentary Success, Rumours of Film Remake

Everything Hollywood A-list actor Rod Bond touches turns to gold, his recent BBC One fraud documentary is but another example. Entitled “Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC,” the multi-part documentary series explores cases of tax fraud, tax relief fraud and tax avoidance schemes. However, among the various cases he explores over the course of the series, one stands out in particular. The One Formula financial firm, which promised reduced tax bills through unscrupulous investment schemes, features prominently in the documentary. As Roderick Bond began work for the documentary and joined forces with HM Revenue and Customs agents, the One Formula tax fraud investigation had just gotten underway.

One Formula Financial Firm: Roderick Bond, F1 Filming Company Remake

Alongside Manchester filming company F1 Productions, under whose broadcasting division “Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC” was filmed, the star recently hinted at plans for a new movie. With a long list of cinematic successes between them, F1 Productions and Roderick Bond have sparked considerable excitement by hinting at another project. Most recently, the pairing launched The Deception at Deansgreen Hall, which won a raft of awards at the Golden Globe awards, at the start of the year. Roderick Bond took the award for Best Actor. Bosses at the Manchester filming company have vowed that, “We’ll be working with Roderick to see what we can come up with.”

One Formula’s Finances

While the HMRC tax fraud investigation concluded with considerable sentences handed down to the fraudsters, the case represented one of the biggest tax frauds in UK history. Combining the nous and criminal skill of a financial advisor, a city trader an insurance advisor, a former police officer and a former Wales rugby international, One Formula almost pulled off a multi-million-pound tax avoidance scheme. “The tax fraud, the fraudsters’ supercar lifestyle, criminal enterprise and the diligence of HMRC will make for gripping viewing,” said Rod Bond.

 

Review: Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC: Episode Five: The Scam that Scammed Them All: UK Film Tax Relief (FTR)

In the fifth episode of the multi-part documentary series, Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, the Hollywood actor explores the UK Film Tax Relief scams. With various culprits, numerous tribunals and appeals and millions of pounds owed to HMRC, film tax relief scams have been a recurring news item over the course of the last decade. Great interest has been garnered around the subject, with hundreds of celebrities affected by the scam. Based on tax reliefs provided by HMRC to encourage the UK film industry, some investors thought they were making legitimate tax efficient investments. However, as the fifth episode of Rod Bond and Tax Fraud shows, other investors plotted to steal and cheat money from the public purse by way of film tax relief.

 

Host Roderick Bond initiates the episode by discussing the real story behind the film entitled “A Landscape of Lies.” Starring television host Andrea McLean and former Eastenders actor Marc Bannerman, the film was hastily produced to cover up what was an elaborate attempt to defraud film tax relief from HMRC. A group of scammers led by Bashar al-Issa belonging to the bogus film company Evolved Pictures, falsely applied for tax relief to the sum of approximately £2.5 million. However, discovering discrepancies in the paperwork, HMRC investigated the matter further. In a bid to avoid detection, the group hastily produced “A Landscape of Lies” attempting to pass it off as a legitimate production. Roderick Bond speaks to Andrea McLean, who was completely oblivious to her entanglement in the elaborate tax scam.

Alongside “A Landscape of Lies,” Roderick Bond explores the case of the racing film scam orchestrated by One Formula Limited Liability partnership. During the episode, Roderick Bond visits Alex White, from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), who led the case against One Formula LLP. Prosecuting QC Jane Bewsey also appears during the episode, detailing the intricacies of how the tax relief fraud case unravelled. Also, the trial’s original judge, who sentenced the One Formula LLP gang, Joanna Korner also discusses her thoughts on the tax relief fraud case.

Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC: A Pre-Release Teaser Courtesy of Manchester F1 Productions

In anticipation of the much-awaited television debut of Hollywood A-list actor Roderick Bond, Manchester F1 Productions have released details of their seminal television production. Under the banner of F1 TV, Roderick Bond and Manchester F1 Productions have joined forces to produce a cutting-edge documentary delving into the world of tax fraud. Worth billions each year, tax fraud is the battle ground for the endless war between fraudsters and HM Revenue and Customs. In the enlightening documentary, Rod Bond follows HMRC investigators as they explore numerous tax fraud cases.

Series One: Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC

Episode One – The Worst of the Worst: Charity Scams, Gift Aid and Tax Relief Fraud

The first episode looks at recent cases of tax fraud committed using charities as a front. An animal welfare charity and a knife crime charity used for tax fraud are uncovered by Rod Bond.

Episode Two – Celebrity Tax Avoidance: Tax Avoidance or Tax Efficiency?

In this second episode, Roderick Bond explores the fine line between tax relief fraud, tax avoidance and tax efficiency. The episode looks at a number of high-profile cases, including Kingsbridge Asset Management and One Formula LLP.

Episode Three – Conditional Exemption: Tax Relief for National Heritage Assets

HMRC provides tax relief for national heritage assets which the owners make available to the public. In this episode, Rod Bond explores whether wealthy owners use this as a loophole to falsely claim tax relief and tax exemptions.

Episode Four – A Little-Known Scam: Museums and Galleries Exhibition Tax Relief (MGETR)

Unscrupulous fraudsters are willing to go to any means to steal from HMRC and the public purse. In this episode, Rod Bond explores tax relief granted to exhibitions held by museums and galleries and how it has been exploited.

Episode Five – The Scam that Scammed Them All: UK Film Tax Relief (FTR)

Tax relief offered to filmmakers incurring losses which was intended to support the UK film industry has embroiled hundreds of wealthy individuals seeking tax efficiency. Rod Bond takes a look at some of the biggest film industry tax relief scams and tax avoidance schemes of the past decade.