You get the money but remember he has falsified your returns so that you are happy with the rerun amount. But this actually considered as a fraud for IRS. The IRS can return anytime in 3 years and can file a fraud case against you. He won't be responsible at all.
His 2 common tactics are,
#1 He will put a high amount like $3000 as capital loss in line 13 of 1040. This is not at all correct if you had no capital loss. Check for the meaning of capital loss on IRS faqs. He won't provide you with Schedule D as well.
#2 He will not give you the Schedule A of 1040. You should review this to know what stuffs he has put to itemise your returns.
I spoke with a lawyer here and as per him if you have already filed your taxes with him then you can't do anything except talking to the IRS directly. He also said that talking to IRS is the best an safest way to deal with crooks like Iqbal Hakim(Reading those cheap but hilarious poems on his website I want to call him MIrza Ghalib Jr.).
The worst case scenario is that you will have to pay the amount back to IRS if the amount is not real big. E.g. If he filed a return for $4000 instead of $200, then you will have to pay back the difference($3200) to IRS.
This in a way is far better because if IRS finds this out before you complain then you might have to hire a lawyer which is messy always. Most importantly, when you file a complaint with IRS then you are teaching this sob a lesson(they might convict him and put in jail) and also you will have the peace of mind for the fact that you don't have to worry about any audit in the next 3 years.