- Report: #912825
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Complaint Review: Lee County
Lee CountyFort Myers, Florida United States of America
Lee County Lee County Tax Collector a big ripoff to homeowners on a yearly basis Fort Myers, Florida
Banks were found at fault for their illegally raised house market, which would derive to be illegal too, the real estate and tangible personal property taxes raise.
These illegally raised Real Estate and Tangible Personal Property taxes already collected, have not been refunded so far. Furthermore, owners of actual market worthless houses are still imposed with illegally swollen taxes, with not the slightest chance to get a fair resolution at the Appraiser's office where the only choice is to get to be mistreated and to be lectured on the righteousness of their own fabricated book of policies and regulations.
Topping the ripoff: one year in back taxes, and the Lee County, immediately puts the house that you have totally paid for and legally own, on scavengers hands for the take. Resulting in a bloody mislead the publicly stated in writing legally acquired label of being a homeowner for having paid your house in full.
Ripoff is in and home-ownership is out.
Reminder: Every time you say you own a house in Cape Coral, Florida, that you have paid in full; you are lying.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/16/2012 12:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lee-County/Fort-Myers-Florida-33902/Lee-County-Lee-County-Tax-Collector-a-big-ripoff-to-homeowners-on-a-yearly-basis-Fort-Myer-912825. 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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