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Complaint Review: JK Harris & Co.
JK Harris & Co.4975 LaCrosse Ave Charleston, South Carolina U.S.A.
JK Harris & Co. JK Harris & Co is just like Enron and ZZZZ Best Charleston South Carolina
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JK Harris & Co. is more legitimate than Enron and ZZZZ Best but not by much. JK Harris & Co. does some legimitate work as a front for testimonials (advertising). If I was take a percentage, I would say that JK Harris & Co does 10-20% of work for its clients. I am talking about those clients where it is very probable that the IRS is going the accept the OIC. JK Harris & Co is than going to use the testimonials from those cases. The other 80-90% where the IRS is going to reject the OIC's, JK Harris does nothing for those clients. It was easier for salespeople of JK Harris to scam everyone and let those people walk without make money off of them. If the salespeople had told the taxpayers the truth about wage garnishments and property liens, JK Harris & Co would not make much money. JK Harris & Co did not want to tell taxpayers how easy it is to lift a wage garnishment that the IRS has imposed. Instead, the salespeople focused on scaring the taxpayer and making it seem like their situation with the IRS is completely hopeless. I call this the "get rich quick scheme" for these traveling salespeople.
I am tax profesional myself and I have problems with how JK Harris & Co is structured. If I was going to start a legimitate tax resolution company, I would have real tax professionals, preferably EA's or CPA's working in the nationwide offices, to sell its services. THe clients would be better served by a local person that would also represent the taxpayer before the IRS. Taxpayers need an EA or CPA that is local and not thousands of miles away. A taxpayer would feel much better if they were getting a local CPA/EA and someone whom they ask questions. JK Harris & Co decided to hire many case workers and very few CPA's/EA's. I never got the chance to talk to an CPA or to an EA even though I paid $3000 to JK Harris & Co. I feel like I was offered very little service for the $3000. This company could have been very successful if they did things legit but instead got caught up with greed.
JK Harris & CO says that not everyone is going to be satisfied with the results of their services. If your customer is not happy with your company, why not just give them a full refund. From what I see JK Harris & Co does not like giving refunds unless they are taken to small claims court. I think JK harris & CO is fraudlent and it has too many disatisfied customers. Giving refunds will start a chain reaction that would be bad news for JK Harris & Co.
It was better for JK Harris & Co to lose the class action lawsuit. It settled its legal problems pennies on the dollars instead of giving over 50,000 taxpayers a full refund. I was rather disappointed with the judgement and a as a result stayed out of the class action lawsuit. I am taking JK Harris to smalls claim court to teach these scums a lesson.
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