- Report: #1039804
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Complaint Review: Performance Recovery, Inc.
Performance Recovery, Inc.333 N. Canyon Pkwy, Ste 100 Livermore, California United States of America
Performance Recovery, Inc. PRI Tax Lien Scam Livermore, California
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When I recovered from my astonished shock at this revelation I demanded written proof of the claim they were pursuing, but they would not send me anything. They said I would likely receive something in the mail in 4 to 6 weeks about the claim. I have contacted the State of Louisiana to find out if there is truly a tax claim, but have not been able to get any confirmation of such a claim.
I faxed PRI tax documents and bank statements [on a long ago closed account] sent to my home address in California for the year in question to prove I did not live or work in Louisiana, but have not been able to get an acknowledgment from Performance Recovery, Inc. that they received the documents and would agree to stop their collection activity.
It's shocking and outrageous that this company contacts people threatening grave financial consequences unless you pay them immediately. I would be happy to join anyone else out there to pursue a remedy against PRI.
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