Credit transfer, RPT: the videos requested by Deloitte are oppressive and contrary to fair compensation

30/09/2022 – The Network of Technical Professions announces battle against Deloitte’s request to produce videos to prove the completion of 30% of the intervention and to be able to opt for the transfer of the credit corresponding to the Superbonus.

After protests last weekaroused by the new task in the world of professions, the construction sector met last Monday to analyze the difficulties in using the building bonuses, first of all the Superbonus.

The consequences of the obligation imposed on owners, businesses and professionals by the Deloitte company were explained in a report on the meeting, sent by RPT to the Presidents and representatives of the member bodies.

Video for SAL, RPT: vexatious request

According to RPT, the request is illegitimate and vexatious because it is not provided for by any law, but also harmful to the dignity of the professional because it obliges him to render services in contrast with the deontological rules of respect for professional secrecy and privacy, with the risk of giving sensitive information on home security systems.

Video for SAL, RPT: contrary to the rules on fair compensation

In the information, RPT points out that Deloitte’s request is in clear contrast with the law on fair compensation, which does not allow the imposition of harassment against the professional. Furthermore, the video production activity would not be remunerated in any way.

According to RPT, Deloitte exploits a dominant position under the contractual profile, imposing “useless activities that however affect the creditworthiness of the transferor, reducing or discriminating it on the basis of discretionary and indefinite evaluations caused by a video”.

The professional, RPT points out, may encounter logistical difficulties and homeowners may refuse to sign the privacy releases. These eventualities would create problems for the assignor, because the credit could be considered unreliable.

Video for SAL, activity not covered by insurance

RPT also underlines the aspects related to the compulsory insurance coverage envisaged for the asseverator, which does not also include the risks for the video production activity.

According to RPT, Deloitte’s request is useless because the protection of the State’s interests is already guaranteed by theobligation to deliver the sworn statement, which is issued by a professional registered in a Register. The professional’s correctness and skills can be verified on the single national register, which certifies the possible presence of convictions and disciplinary measures, as well as the fulfillment of insurance and training obligations.

In case of violations of any kind, adds RPT, the professional is punished with criminal and ethical sanctions. According to Deloitte instead, RPT complains, the absence of offenses would be guaranteed by a video, to be verified in a way that is not clear.

RPT therefore urged the components of the supply chain to adopt common actions. These include the sending of requests for clarification to the Government and the Revenue Agency, exposed to the Privacy Guarantor, summons for the violation of the rules on fair compensation and withdrawal of the sums deposited at the banking institutions that use the platform. by Deloitte.

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