The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / Law  % width posts: 7

MISTAKES IN CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION - FAKE DOCUMENT?


Amaranta 1 | 8
12 Dec 2011 #1
hello
a piece of advice would be very much appreciated here.
I am translating a pile of documents in a fraud case and there is one thing that puzzles me. I can see spelling mistakes in a certificate of incorporation, or rather in what was meant to look like a certificate of incorporation, as I suspect. I have never seen such sloppy mistakes in important documents that are created based on templates anyway. Let me quote a portion of the document exactly the way it is spelled:

"Given at companieds House,cardiff,the 21th sep 2006"

"companieds" instead of "companies", no spaces after commas, "cardiff" typed in small letters, "september" typed in small letters..

This can't be a real document, can it?
Vincent 9 | 854 Moderator
12 Dec 2011 #2
This can't be a real document, can it?

I wouldn't have much faith in a company which produced a document like that. Seems like it has already been translated from a foreign language into English (Bad English) I would have thought a genuine company would have had it proof-read before release too.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
12 Dec 2011 #3
This can't be a real document, can it?

No, absolutely not. It wouldn't be approved by Companies House in the UK with mistakes like that.
OP Amaranta 1 | 8
12 Dec 2011 #4
Thank you,
I typed the company registration number into the search engine and a website appeared where they published a warning that the identity of this company has been compromised. Things are pretty obvious now. I wonder though how come Polish people are so naive and fall prey to such unprofessional thieves. Everybody knows the word "companies". Such a shame...
Vincent 9 | 854 Moderator
12 Dec 2011 #5
I wonder though how come Polish people are so naive and fall prey to such unprofessional thieves

There are naive people in all countries:)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
12 Dec 2011 #6
I typed the company registration number into the search engine and a website appeared where they published a warning that the identity of this company has been compromised. Things are pretty obvious now. I wonder though how come Polish people are so naive and fall prey to such unprofessional thieves. Everybody knows the word "companies". Such a shame...

People are often blinded with greed.
OP Amaranta 1 | 8
13 Dec 2011 #7
You are right. Greed, greed, greed........

thank you for your comments, the case was obvious but sometimes I need people to assure me that 2+2= 4 :)


Home / Law / MISTAKES IN CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION - FAKE DOCUMENT?
BoldItalic [quote]
 
To post as Guest, enter a temporary username or login and post as a member.