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Ameripride Tax Group – Consumer Complaint – January 12, 2013

Consumer Statement:

These people took my money and never provided me any updates. No one answers the phone-the website doesn’t work. I want to do a Class Action Suit against these folks.

Consumer Action Taken:

I tried calling every number I have for them-none of the numbers work.


Date This Problem Happened: February 15, 2012

State You Live in: Wisconsin

Race/Ethnicity: Other

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $2,400

Company Name: Ameripride Tax Group

Company Address:

2861 Pullman Street
St. Santa Ana, CA 92705

Company Telephone Number: 888-265-3418

Website of Company:

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