Coming soon to the USA?
The first black list, posted in early January on the website of the Tax Administration Service, or SAT, named about 89,000 people and firms for a variety of alleged violations or debts, and included TV stars, a major soccer team, and the Roman Catholic diocese in Acapulco.
On Friday, the SAT published another list of 163 companies or people who allegedly issued false invoices for tax purposes, or who weren’t found at their tax addresses.
You can get blacklisted if the tax collector says you’re “unlocatable.”
The article does not state whether there’s an appeal process.