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In short you are delivering goods that are not there?
That is fraud by false representation
You are representing that there are goods, when there are not.
That is done to get an invoice.
Therefore you are seeking an invoice by fraudulent means.
It makes no different whether or not they are sent later.
The delivery note is false and the invoice is false.
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