Scammers, liars and cheats, oh my goodness, it's not true!
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -- I am usually not one to review a company on the internet (whether amazing or scammers) but there have been a few reviews for Tax Defense Network (TDN) that I believe are unfair. When I found out I had a large tax debt with the IRS I searched for a company that wouldn't lie, take my money, and run. After hearing so many horror stories about how J. K Harris and Ronni Deutch are crooks and frauds, I immediately ruled them out. I checked the Better Business Bureau ratings for most tax debt companies and Tax Defense Network was one of the few with a A BBB rating. My experience with TDN was not anything like some people have described them. I didn't find any scammers, liars, or crooks when I was a client from Aug â Dec 2010. Even when I fell on hard times and couldn't pay the fee right away (there are attorneys working on the case, and they donât work for free) I was given a reasonable payment plan, and always treated with respect. The only fraud that is happening around here is a few unrealistic clients that feel scammed because they didn't get an Offer In Compromise (OIC) . Guess what? Only a small percentage of people are ever eligible for an OIC. Guess who told me that? TDN. There are no liars at TDN, and I am sorry a few disgruntled ex-clients feel the need to call them crooks and frauds. TDN treated me fairly and was honest with me the entire time. They didn't promise me the moon but delivered on what they did promise, which was help me get out of my tax debt.