The Maratea trust is now under the magnifying glass of the IGJ for being registered in Neuquén

The Maratea trust is now under the magnifying glass of the IGJ for being registered in Neuquén

The influencer’s collection continues to add controversy and now the General Inspectorate of Justice would analyze alleged irregularities. The AFIP also follows the steps of the contributors.

While the collection of Santiago Maratea to help Independent continues, although not so quickly, the controversies continue to add up, and this Monday it emerged that the trust mentioned by the influencer was registered in the province of Neuquen.

As reported by the journalist Nacho Genovart, the inscription of the “Red Gogo Trust” was made in Neuquéninstead of being done in Buenos Aires where the club’s corporate name is domiciled, which would represent an irregularity.

In addition, the procedure was carried out before a College of Notaries, which makes the trust of a “private” nature, when, in reality, its registration should be done in the Public Registry.

Behind this, The General Inspectorate of Justice (IGJ) requested an urgent reportsomething that would take between 10 or 15 days, when in the Public Registry it would be immediate.

That document would arrive within 10 or 15 days (when in the Public Registry it is immediately) and depending on its results, the steps to follow will be resolved.

While the AFIP also put the magnifying glass on the collection of Maratea, the movement has already collected more than 600 million pesos. However, if irregularities are confirmed, the trust could be canceled and lose its validity.

So far, the collection that has collected $600,001,411.68, according to the latest update provided by Maratea on his official Twitter account.

Source: Ambito

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