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JG Tax Group – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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Update 10-10-2012

We received an error report form allegedly from Jeff Galante regarding this post. Here is what he wanted to add to this post.

There is an article that appears on your website located here https://getoutofdebt.org/22149/jg-tax-group-scam-complaint-review-or-praise by QTMERMAID143 . The problem with this article is that this was written by a woman who is bipolar who we are working with. As you can see in this article https://getoutofdebt.org/46424/j-g-tax-group-consumer-review-10-5-2012, she tried to rectify the problem and have you remove it.

The concern that I have is that her factual statements are outright lies. She stated that she called the Attorney General’s Office of Florida and that they told her we had multiple complaints. This is 100% incorrect and here is the phone number for the Attorney General’s Office if you would like to verify that 1-866-966-7226. She also stated we are not licensed which is also incorrect.

In regards to our dealing with this woman, and the way we handled her case, that was totally incorrect, however, that would be a difference of opinion. But we would ask if you could remove the article, based on the fact of the outright lies about the Attorney General’s Office, which does hurt our company and it is a libelous action against us.

I would like to also draw your attention to an article that you posted (https://getoutofdebt.org/44377/tax-defense-network-consumertaxreports-org-warning). As you can see with our website and the article we forwarded to you, I have done everything in my power when I was with the IRS for 32 years to go after these illegitimate companies. And now being an owner of a Tax Resolution company, I have successfully gone after numerous companies, and I was instrumental in bringing down TaxMasters, and now heading toward Tax Defense Network for basically being a deceptive company just like TaxMasters.

I also helped startup an association called National Association of Tax Resolution Companies, which I am a chairman of and liaison to the IRS. I only point this out to you so that you can understand my background and that this malicious article does not deserve to be on your site because of its inaccuracy.

I would appreciate a response on what your position is on this.

See also  Tax Defense Network - ConsumerTaxReports.org Warning to Companies



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