- Report: #594060
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Complaint Review: Preferred Tax Relief
Preferred Tax Relief1875 century park east 7th floor century city, California United States of America
Preferred Tax Relief ripped off money century city, California
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have tax problems and got preferred tax relief off internet in jan 2010,wanted 3500.00 took home equity loan,which i really could not afford but did it anyway.so sam miller was supposed to take care of it ,havent heard from him till march 2010,told me he needed 200.00 more,told him ok,but that was it,no more money. checked my account later that day,found he had taken 1500.00 that i did not authorize for him to take.i only had 300.00 in the bank ,called sam miller and i asked him what the hell he was doing.he just laughted and told me i wasnt getting it back.i finally got the 1500.00 off my bank account,after 3 days of taking off work and not being about to access my bank account.now whoever is answering their phones wont give me any info on who owns the company,and sam miller wont return my phone calls.i want my 3500.00 back asap.i do strongly feel that a class-action lawsuit is very proper against this company and sam miller,to get people theyre money,plus damages and to put these fraud companys out of business.i will never use any services off the internet again,its a d**n shame because of one company.
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