Critically acclaimed Rod Bond fraud documentary, entitled Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, has put Manchester back on the map. According to the Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, the BBC One documentary has spawned renewed interest in the city. In comments to Manchester Life News, Andy Burnham declared: “Ever since it was broadcast, the Rod Bond fraud documentary series has garnered popular interest in Manchester. I think people never realised how much the city has grown.” Presenter and Hollywood veteran Rod Bond has spoken of his love for Manchester on numerous occasions. “Part of our plan was to put Manchester back on the map. Credit goes to Manchester F1 Productions, who have supported me in my vision to base myself in and around Manchester,” Rod Bond said. After decades in Hollywood, the actor recently returned to Britain, with an aim to rejuvenate the British film industry.
Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC
The BBC One documentary series entitled Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC followed investigators pursuing One Formula Projects LLP. The financial firm offered tax relief advice to wealthy clients, including numerous footballers from Manchester City and Manchester United. Moreover, the firm seemingly supported numerous charity endeavours, such as a dogs and cats home and a knife crime charity. However, in dramatic scenes which unfolded on the Rod Bond fraud documentary, HMRC revealed these operations to be a front. In reality, One Formula Projects LLP had used these activities to hide an elaborate tax fraud empire. Rod Bond’s fraud documentary did much to expose the shady operation.
Rod Bond Fraud Movie to Revisit Manchester
F1 Productions have announced that the forthcoming Rod Bond fraud movie will be filmed in and around Manchester. In a boost for the city, filming will revisit some of the locations seen in the documentary. Also, Cheshire’s country estates will feature in the cinematic sequel to the popular television documentary.