California Attorney General (and Democratic gubernatorial candidate) Jerry Brown has filed a $34 million lawsuit against Roni Deutch, claiming that the self-described "Tax Lady" has swindled thousands of customers with tax problems with the IRS. From the press release:
Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today filed a $34 million lawsuit against television's "Tax Lady Roni Deutch" for orchestrating a "heartless scheme" that swindled thousands of people facing serious and expensive tax collection problems with the IRS. "Tax Lady Roni Deutch is engaged in a heartless scheme that swindled people with tax problems," Brown said. "She promises to significantly reduce their IRS tax debts, but instead preys on their vulnerability, taking large up-front payments but providing little or no help in lowering their tax bills."
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Roni Deutch, the so-called Tax Lady (absolutely no relation, thank you very much) has been slapped with a $34 million law suit by California Attorney General Jerry Brown. According to the Attorney Generals web site, Tax Lady... [Read More]
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