- Report: #669303
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Complaint Review: Tax Masters
Tax Masters900 Town and Country Ln. Houston, Texas United States of America
Tax Masters unethical, fraudulent Houston, Texas
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I am in a bankruptcy and have been so since 2008. I had a federal tax bill which was not in the original bankruptcy. I called Tax Masters to see if they could help, informing them on my first call I was in a bankruptcy and would be so for another two and a half years.
Tax Masters understood the situation and stated they could help, but they needed $6500.00 up front to start my case. It was paid over four months. After the final payment was made they called me and stated they found a bankruptcy in my background to which I responded I told you that on my first phone call.
Tax Masters then said they could not start my case until after the bankruptcy was complete. I told them I wished they had said this before I signed their contract because I could not afford to have that much money tied up for so long after all I was in a bankrutcy.
I then informed Tax Masters I wanted my money back. They then said I was not eligble for a refund since I had signed a contract. Since then they will not talk with me on the phone. I have since talked with the Attorney Generals Office of Virginia and had their representative talk with Tax Masters and he has gotten the run a round.
I have also filed complaints with the FTC, the Better Business Bureau of Houston Texas, Fox News (its where I first saw Tax Masters ad) and the State Attorney Generals office of Texas.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/08/2010 08:04 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tax-Masters/Houston-Texas-77024/Tax-Masters-unethical-fraudulent-Houston-Texas-669303. 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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