Taxi licence holders had told ABC Radio on Wednesday that the state's 3200-odd taxi operators would each contribute $720 per head to support One Nation.
They said members of Taxi Council Queensland had voted unanimously on Tuesday in favour of the levy, which would equate to around $2.3 million going to the party ahead of the upcoming state election.
But the Taxi Council released a statement following the interviews denying any money would go towards One Nation.
It said while Senator Hanson had attended the meeting and given a speech, "no finances whatsoever are going towards any political candidate or party".
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