I sought help for tax relief and was witness to a TV Advertisement for Power Tax Relief that sounded pretty good. I decided to call and was told by a Keith Taylor that they could help me with relief, but that I would have to pay them $3, 500.00. I provided them with a credit card and they took $3, 500.00 on 4/10/2008. I provided all the paperwork they asked for, and then sometime in September, I received a letter from my Tax Consultant Ching Sau saying we made more money then what we had disclosed that was ridiculous. I called several times before I could speak with Ching Sau, then she explained that the IRS only allows so much for car payments, mortgages, etc, and the fact that I was paying more then was allowed, it was showing I had surplus money to pay my tax liability.
Sure wish this was had been communicated to me on the front end, I could have saved $3, 500.00 and paid 1/3 of my tax liability. Long story made short is that today, I have paid out more than my tax liability and am in credit card debt beyond my wildest imagination. These people should be stopped from doing business as they are professional ripoff artists. I sent my final payment today, 11/29/08 to the IRS in hopes that it isn't too late and I will not have them levy my house. Don't trust POWER TAX RELIEF; they are a ripoff.