I spoke to them on the phone and here is what happened:'
1 - I gave them a background of my situation (I dont believe I owe the money the IRS claims). I spoke to Rickey Dalton.
2 - They told me they needed $2, 000 fee with $600 up front.
3 - I asked to see a copy of the agreement I would be signing. They told me they can only see the agreement AFTER I pay them the $600, I told them no way.
4 - He then told me he would send me an agreement but needed some "basic" information, whcih started out with name and address, but then he asked about my credit card and bank details, which I would not provide, and I stopped and asked him why he needed this info, he told me that it was needed to see what the options were in dealing with the IRS. I asked if the options with the IRS were going to dictate different contracts for different people, he said no, its the same contract. So, I told him he had my name and address, and that should be enough to send a contract for me to review, he then said OK. As I hung up the phone I realized there were too many red flags and I would not deal with them.
5 - A call 5 minutes later from Rickey said that he would be sending me the contact of SOMEONE ELSE with their info blacked out. I refused to deal with them from this point onwards.
STAY AWAY - It is just a high pressure salesman trying to get a credit card payment from you up front immediately. He admitted he had never worked for the IRS in fact.