Smuggled McLaren 620R Was Seized By The Customs

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The luxurious vehicle was declared in the documents as a brand-new Porsche Cayman to lessen the amount of money to be paid for the duties and taxes that is originally amounting to P16.7 Million.

As the vehicle was declared as a Porsche Cayman, which has a lower market value of P6.3 Million, the importer of the car only paid P1.5 Million instead of the P16.7 Million. The amount paid is short of around P15 Million, which is technically cheating on the national coffers.

The people involved and responsible in the smuggling are now facing possible charges for violating section 1400 in relation to Section 1113 of RA 10863 of the Law, also known as the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA).

Photo Credit: Bureau of Customs PH Facebook Page

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