- Report: #1039158
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Complaint Review: H & R Block
H & R Block819 Arapaho Rd Dallas, Texas United States of America
H & R Block Rip off....Only trying to make more money out of me Dallas, Texas
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Questions from how do I even live? How do I pay my tuition? Like if this person has never heard of student loans. I go ahead and answer and say I use what I get back from the school after my tuition is paid for my living expenses. In which he responds that "it was a violation of student loans". Seriously?? I'm not even going to go ahead and elaborate on that.
Then the question of whether I still live at home came up in which I don't, I live with my boyfriend. In which he said "oh it all makes sense now". That's when he brought up that he needs to claim me as a dependent and whatnot. I in no way solely depend on him, and I really don't think this tax person really understands that if I were to do this then it would affect my chances for another loan (i.e. contribution from me). Why would I make someone liable for my school expenses when we aren't even married?!
He really pushed not filing it because he wanted me to bring in my bf and have us do it jointly.
I have been going to H &R block since 06, and after today I will never go back.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/29/2013 04:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/H-R-Block/Dallas-Texas-/H-R-Block-Rip-offOnly-trying-to-make-more-money-out-of-me-Dallas-Texas-1039158. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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