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Omni FinancialTax Help Fraud

Took $14, 000 of my money to settle tax debt. Claimed they could write offer in compromise. Kept demanding more money. I was sick and in and out of hospital. Kept calling my cell phone and chatting about my health and calling talking to my relatives and charging me for it without my knowledge. Dropped in on them unannounced and they threatened to call the police on me when I demanded a detailed statement. What a bunch of crooks!!! I kept asking, "shouldn't the IRS be getting this money I'm giving you?" OH no "WE do this everyday, TRUST US"

I can't take anymore. I really can't!

Lisa Hill


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    tax help May 28, 2010
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  • Em
    employee xxx Sep 26, 2009

    I am an employee with Omni rip off financial and i can tell you how it works. Sales people a room full of women call up leads that are sold to the company. They get you on the phone and then transfer you to a closer. Now this closer is told by Larry Fischer thier general manager that they must work double shift, never see thier children ( I have not seen mine literally in a month.) I am required to be there at 7:45 and never get paid for this hour. and they want me to leave at 10 that night work sat and sometimes sundays now. Only to berate me, belittle me, degrade not only, myself, but my peers if we dare ask to a day with our childrne or to leave when the management does at the end of shift at 4:30/ we are told that we are not real men. My children wont talk to me, my wife is filing for divorce and LARRY FISCHER tells me that for my sacrices and troubles that this company has caused... i will be fired if i ask for A few hours off because i have not stolen enough money from you people. I suggest you run the other way without ever looking back. Sure i will make lots of money if you dont but you get to keep your money and not deal with the wrath of the IRS because they wont help you.

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  • Em
    employee xxx Sep 26, 2009

    I was employed with Omni financial for several months. This company hires an expendable task force of employees that they berate, belittle and degrade when they do not keep the board lit up with your money that never really shows any results for the consumer. LARRY FISCHER the general manager is a ring leader of ### you might say. He hires these poor guys with promises of supporting thier families but then publically degrades them when they actually ask to not work one double shift to see that family. If the sales people do not stay these ridiculas hours that he would never work himself they are threatened, told that they will be "shot" and ridiculed in front of all of the other employees. These sales people are basically told to a number that this guy would never be able to hit himself and take away their freedom in order to do it. They destroy marraiges, keep fathers from thier children. My kids have not seen me in a month in the light of day. They are told to do whatever it takes to hit that number and it doesnt matter who they rip off. Please... do not use this firm

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  • Im
    Imber Aug 15, 2009

    I too have been working with Omni Financial for over a year. My initial account rep was promoted a few months after I had signed up - I was told there were a team of folks working on my account and but my previous account rep would continue to overseeing my case and if I EVER had concerns that I was welcome to phone him directly - he even provided his cell number (at his hour rate I guess I don't blame him.).
    I have had several folks assigned to my account, since then. Some lasting a few months some lasting a few weeks. No one really has seemed to be overly engaged and my case has received no progress, no closure. Instead the process seems to start over again and again.
    After 9 month of working with this company and the changing voices on the phone, I left a message urging him (my initial account rep) to return my call - he did not. I had left 2 messages after that and still no response, from him directly. Finally, I got a hold of him the other day - I was belittled and berated by this individual. Basically, he told me I am unengaged in the goings on of my account. He said I need to review my paper work - and I should be glad to have the company’s representation - that the IRS is difficult to work with! To sum it up, he was not going to entertain any of my questions.
    He completely shut me down, told me if I continued to ask questions - he would return my last payment and I could handle the IRS myself.
    To say the least I have had a terrible experience with this company. Spending allot of money (that I don’t have) and gotten absolutely no results.

    Instead, had my butt handed to me for expressing my concerns and asking for answers regarding my account.

    Is there anyway to get the money I have paid to them back, due to lack of results and shabby treatment?

    Am I misjudging or reacting?

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