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GSTN enables functionality to lodge complaint of PAN misuse for GST registration

The GST Common Portal now provides search functionality to find out whether any GSTIN (GST identification number) is issued on a particular PAN.

To address the complaint related to misuse of PAN for obtaining GST registration, a functionality to register such complaints on GST Portal has been introduced. It will check the misuses, control the frauds and help officers in enquiry and cancellation of such registration.

Once the complaint is registered, it will be sent to the concerned jurisdictional authority where the registration is claimed to be fraudulently taken, for necessary enquiry and suitable action.

To address the complaint related to misuse of PAN for obtaining GST registration, a functionality to register such complaints on GST Portal has been introduced. It will check the misuses, control the frauds and help officers in enquiry and cancellation of such registration.

Once the complaint is registered, it will be sent to the concerned jurisdictional authority where the registration is claimed to be fraudulently taken, for necessary enquiry and suitable action.

The process of registering a complaint is given below:-

Step 1: Search functionality is given at the GST Common Portal to find out whether any GSTIN is issued on a particular PAN or not, under Search taxpayer > Search by PAN. The System displays details of the GST registration available on that PAN. In case, no registration is available on that PAN then the message is shown as “No records found”. Below is the screenshot.

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Step 2: Any person aggrieved of having his PAN misused, may directly or through an authorized representative, register a complaint at GST Portal. He may search the GSTIN based on PAN and the registration(s) which are not taken by him, maybe selected and reported to the jurisdictional officer. The Screenshot is given below:

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Step 3: On clicking the “Report” button following Pop-up is displayed. In the case of Individual PAN (Where the 4th letter in PAN is “P”) Legal Name as per PAN will be auto-populated. While registering the complaint, the complainant has to provide the e-mail and Mobile Number for validation and the other information like D.O.B. and Address etc. mandatorily. For the GSTIN registered under the category, other than Proprietor, complainants have to enter their personal details, which would be followed by Aadhaar Authentication. The screenshots are given below:

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Step 4: Once the request is submitted, ARN will be generated. In case multiple GSTNs are selected for such complaints, ARN for each GSTIN shall be generated separately and will be assigned to their respective jurisdictional officers on their dashboard for further necessary action. The ARNs are shown to the complainants on registering complaints on the user’s screen like this:

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Step 5: The complaints so registered, shall be made available to the competent authorities at their dashboard under – “Application for Reporting Fake GSTIN’s for further necessary action. The officers shall have a new Role of “PAN Vigilance officer” in the Back Office for this purpose.

Step 6: The Complainant can further track the status of the application through track ARN at GST Portal pre-login.

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