- Report: #91766
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Complaint Review: NADN - National Audit Defense Network
NADN - National Audit Defense Networkwww.awayirs.com Internet U.S.A.
NADN - National Audit Defense Network sold me home based business that Federal Gov. is investigating Las Vegas Internet
They take a lot of money.
I thought I was just having a bad experience.
Apparently, I am not the only one as the Federal Government is getting in on the action;
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Justice Department announced today that it has filed a civil lawsuit asking a federal court in Las Vegas to issue a temporary restraining order against a telemarketing firm, the Las Vegas-based National Audit Defense Network, known as NADN. Court papers allege that NADN has sold fraudulent tax schemes-including phony website businesses - to an estimated 100,000 customers, costing the Federal Treasury an estimated $324 million to date. Also named in the suit, filed in U.S. District Court, were three other companies-ALR, Inc. (operating under the name Success Matrix Group), Free Trade Enterprises (operating under the name Oryan Management), and ADA Adventure-and thirteen individuals. The suit also asks the court to permanently bar NADN and four of the individual defendants from preparing federal income tax returns for others, and to order the defendants to turn over their customer lists.
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