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DWK Tax Group - New Clients Share Treatment from Other Competitors While Seeking IRS Tax Relief CO.
The General Taxpayer Public needs to be aware of shoddy practices of the Tax Resolution Industry. If you are seeking affordable, viable and sustainable solutions via No Non Sense Tax Attorney representation? Dial 1 - 8 6 6 - 2 2 6 - 6 1 0 2 Ext. 1.
IRS or State Back Tax Debt is an issue that needs to be addressed sooner than later. Notices served upon a Taxpayer are a clear indication you have become a person of interest to resolve a tax matter in a timely manner. The Tax Problem will not go away unless it is engaged in an orderly and organized fashion.
Board Certified Tax Attorney representation, nationwide, is the top of the Tax Resolution Food Chain, do not settle for less. Visit http://dwktaxgroup.com/
Observations shared by newly acquired clients convey there are companies, still, engaged in tactics of deception. Under represented individuals from JK Harris, Taxmasters and American Tax Relief continue to gravitate toward DWK Tax in search of IRS or State Back Tax Resolution. The wave of solution seekers are greeted with open arms, and, a 20 minute detailed tax analysis of the Taxpayer's neglected tax account.
Regardless of how complicated or messy the account maybe, getting on the correct track objective is always reachable.
Diligent Taxpayer's seeking representation has shared the following:
1) The Classic "Bait and Switch"
Taxpayer calls tax resolution competitor and is interested in retaining services...Taxpayer calls back for some additional questions, speaks with original rep. Rep says, after additional review because of blah blah, the price has increase an additional $750.00. Whoa! The scenario repeated itself on 3 different occasions, same company, same rep, a price increase for the same, not so interested client. Run for the hills! Call DWK Tax Group all fees are flat unless additional tax prep is required from original quote.
2) No Money Down Upfront
Competitor contacted, Speak with one receptionist, takes potential client name, amount owed and unfiled filing information. Placed on hold, new rep comes on the line, asks a few more questions, gets quoted $6,300.00 $1,700.00 retainer for 4 years of W-2 (1) income with a debt amount of $34,000.00 and repayment plan. Really? New client asks, what happened to the no "money upfront"?? Rep says, the first consultation is no money down, you are experiencing it right now. A Tax Attorney will review your account to determine if you are eligible for tax relief. Rep, says can we call you back? Double really?
First of all, why is the client getting a quote for services when tax relief eligibility is not determined? Yikes, run for the hills! DWK Tax Group fees have always been below "gouging" industry standards, DWK's pricing would be a 1/3 of that amount for the same scenario. Be careful.
3) Protect Personal Information Privacy
Were you aware, many Tax Attorney websites in operation on the internet are merely an "information provider" of Taxpayer tax problem summaries sold to the highest Tax Attorney bidder? Client shares, his information was passed to 3 Tax Attorneys all contacting him in regards to his one summary submitted on one occasion. Run for the Hills! Something does not sound correct here, however, it is what it is. Shoot, it’s not even fair to the Tax Attorney on the bidding end.
DWK Tax does not share anyone's private information with anyone, anytime, anywhere. Bad business practice. We practice the "golden rule" approach to representation.
4) Tax Resolution companies posting critiques as a legitimate "BBB" like critic/reviewer. (My observation)
Admit tingly very clever marketing...however, how does a company pass judgment on others when multiple complaints are splashed all over the internet. Which begs the question, if a company cannot keep its own house in order, what is happening to the client seeking tax relief? The company seems to have hired a "reputation repairer" to bury the bad reviews posted in droves. Un-even playing field established by deception. Run for the hills!
Taxpayer be leery...Conduct your due diligence before you sign an engagement agreement, try to avoid learning an expensive lesson the hard way. Google, Bing or Yahoo the company name and type the word "complaints"
That’s it for now...Thanks for your time in advance. Hope you found this Blog as entertaining as we did writing it.