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Supplier has reversed the ITC of invoice after receiving payment., Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 117420
Dated: 12-8-2021
Supplier has reversed the ITC of invoice after receiving payment.

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One of my supplier supplied a material in June, 2021 for which total payment was made within 3 days. The supplier duly uploaded the invoice in June, 21 GSTR-1 & ITC was duly availed in our June GSTR-2A. Only one invoice transaction took place with him. In july, 2021 when we were matching our GSTR-2A, we were shocked that he has reversed ITC vide Credit Note although no Credit Note was given to us & no eway bill is there against that credit Note. He has not even filed GSTR-3B for month of June, 2021. This seems to be a fraud on us. Now what is the remedy available to us. Whether any criminal complaint can be filed against him so as to set an example for others. Kindly advise.

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1 Dated: 12-8-2021

You want to teach a lesson to your supplier with an intent to set an example for others. In my view, try to resolve the dispute amicably. If you resort to police action against the supplier, you will lose more money, time and energy. You will earn tension. Peace of mind is more important than teaching a lesson any person.

In future, select your supplier carefully. This is right approach.

2 Dated: 12-8-2021
By:- Shilpi Jain

Have u cross checked first with the supplier why a credit note is shown in ur GSTR-2A. This is just to ensure that no error has happened at his end while filing returns.

If no proper response from him consider writing to his and your jurisdiction officer regarding the details of this. This is to ensure that the dept gets a chance to follow up with vendor before asking u to reverse credit. This will also be a good defense for u.

3 Dated: 13-8-2021

It is a dispute between the seller and buyer. The department will intervene/reacts only if the supplier has evaded GST and any person lodges a complaint with the department with documentary evidence against the evader.


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