That being said, Kutler Tax Resolution are so unethical. Based on the two times I’ve spoken to them by phone, I would NEVER use their service.
I answered the phone and said they needed to speak to the owner, that they had spoken to him a couple weeks ago.
I told them I knew they hadn’t talked to him, that he doesn’t take phone calls, he insisted he had spoken to him and that he was helping him out.
I could see right through him and finished the phone call
Call #2, he said hey there in just working on getting those tax records checked out for you and requested more info.
I told he was absolutely not doing that. He insisted he had been given the go-ahead.
I confirmed with my employer, he had never spoken to him nor requested help.
I don’t see how starting out a professional relationship with deceit would EVER work to solicit business or foster a sense of trust.
This seems to me it would be especially important with tax issues when you possibly have the IRS breathing down your neck and threatening your demise.