Charges were brought against 28 people in eight cities of the country since they counterfeited documents pretending to be accountants. 100 cases are investigated by the Office of the Attorney General  

Unscrupulous people showed certifications and degrees recognizing them as accountants despite the fact that they were not. Using this facade, they contacted clients and persuaded them of hiring them in order to carry out several proceedings before different organizations, including tax departments.

The so-called Junta Central de Contadores (JCC) warned about alleged irregularities and the Office of the Attorney General detected 100 cases in which alleged accountants provided forged documents to pretend that they meet the legal requirements and this way to perform duties without legal support.