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How to give a complaint against an illegal business entity

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sonuateeq

Like to know how and where to give complaint about an illegal business activity and keeping our info secret. It's about an MLM company !

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The minimum requirements for such permission are a)Permission from Local Authority 2)From relevant authorities in case of companies-Registarar of companies b.in case of firm,..Registrar of firms c)VAT No. d)TAN No. and in addition to this, depending on the activity several permissions may be required. The most important thing is that activity should first notify the postal authorities about their address. One has to keep his identity secret, and make inquiries through a friend or relative about various permissions on record with such public authority through RTI application as per format of application and fee applicable to public Authority. After clarifications a nominal complaint through on line to Police and to those authorities may bring into light all the discrepancies.

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