David Kupferman, CPA

The Businesses Are Fraudulent

For the last few weeks, my mother has presented me with documents from “legitimate” tax companies giving David Kupferman, CPA the chance to settle a tax lien for a few hundred dollars.

Fortunately for her, she has a smart and savvy daughter who can aggressively resolve her looming tax “problem,” which is simply finding out the businesses are fraudulent.

Hey! That’s what it says on this letter from David Kupferman, CPA, who submitted a letter to her about how the IRS is going to pass a law punishing people with five years in jail for not filing up to three tax returns!

He can also speak seven languages. I can speak seven languages too, I can say “One two three four five six seven eight nine and ten” at parties and people are very impressed.

I’m sure they’re very impressed with David Kuperman, CPA’s ability, too.

He is also a TOP RATED CPA firm, and even provides a screenshot of three almost anonymous reviewers and one guy named James who all gave him five glowing stars about how the the IRS are predators who hate people like them and their particular business.

It must be hard being a pig farmer these days, as apparently Jennifer N. was so hard pressed she had to sell one.

She’s supposed to be bringing home the bacon, not selling it! What’s going on?!

These reviews are not shown on the front page, though, which is super weird because his letter makes it look like they’re easily accessible.

Also, David Kupferman seems to think that anything over one star is considered Top Rated so in that case that one place that gave me food poisoning can go back to being a top rated fast food restaurant everyone should go to.

David Kupferman must be known in the CPA world as The Flash, because apparently he doesn’t get enough work being a STELLAR CPA by sending out letters based on publicly recorded liens to poor women who are wondering why so many people are contacting them about things that have already been settled with the IRS.

As noted in your letter, all reviews are real and you’re proud of them – I hope you’re proud of this one!

PS: I have line edited your letter and any number under 10 should be written out, and you don’t need three spaces in between each sentence.

Is David Kupferman, CPA a legit?

David Kupferman, CPA is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 4 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is David Kupferman, CPA located?

David Kupferman, CPA is headquarted at 222 Columbus Ave Ste 222 San Francisco, CA 94131. You can contact David Kupferman, CPA by dialing (415) 242-1111 or visit their website sfcpa.com.

How much monetary loss is incurred by David Kupferman, CPA’s customers?

According to David Kupferman, CPA’s customers, a monetary loss of US $2331 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is medium.

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4 Reviews on David Kupferman, CPA

  1. I would certainly recommend Davids services to any prospective clients.

    For the past six years David has prepared our family estate tax returns, some which were quite complex. As such, he has consistently demonstrated to me his exceptional of both federal and California state tax laws.

    At all times I have found his administrative staff to be very professional, courteous and most helpful. I would certainly recommend Davids services to any prospective clients.

  2. You be the judge!

    Very very expensive for what you get. Original verbal estimate for 2008 taxes $1500, final bill $ 3415. Previously my tax bill had been $500-1200. You be the judge!

  3. David sent me some information to help settle a tax lien.

    David sent me some information to help settle a tax lien. At first he seemed quite ready to start and he collected his retainer fee as soon as the 30 minute fee consultation ended. After that it was downhill. He made a mountain out of what in reality was a small hill, but wanted a very large fee to solve a problem that the IRS even told me was minor.

    They did not know why I gave him the POA. Watch out for this person, he knows how to take advantage of a simple situation for his own benefit. I am lucky I did not follow his advice any further. Think twice about mail advertisement letters to obtain professional contacts. It appears that advertises and send out soliciations widely rather than relyng on referrals.

  4. Scammer

    While cleaning up my basket of business cards this morning, I ran across one of the worst professionals I have ever met. Also, this is my very first entry on Yelp! I feel compelled to tell others that this CPA is either lazy or incompetent. I spent ample time to email all my docs,

    drove 35 mins and paid for parking three times in his office to find a whole month later that he had no time to complete my 2011 return. He said, “you’re not the only customer I have,” I need to do other peoples return too.”

Reviews: 4
Reported Loss : 2331 $
Severity : Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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