I contacted Mr. Roe seeking a tax accountant. Our initial phone conversation was pleasant and seemingly very promising.
The next day I emailed him to attempt to schedule a time to meet.
The following day I had not heard back so I called him again.
He answered the call and he said he had not received my email.
I chalked up the missing email to me not having the correct email and we moved on.
We agreed to meet in person to discuss my tax needs at the buckhead location.
I showed up on time and after waiting about 15 minutes I received a text message from Mr. Roe saying he had been in a fender bender accident and was running late.
Rather than waiting for him to show up, I agreed to meet him the following day.
The next day we met as scheduled and discussed my tax needs.
Again, he seemed to be a very promising person to work with because he struck me as a very competent and capable tax accountant.
He took down my email address and I confirmed that I had his correct email as well. (I did have the correct email).
He said that he would email a link to upload the information discussed and we could begin the process.
I went out of town for a couple weeks and never received his email that he said he would send.
When I returned to Atlanta I reached out to him again via email and never heard back.
A few days after that I text him and never heard back.
At this point I suspect that he would not like my business.
I figure it’s because I’m just a small fish and I don’t run a Fortune 500 company.
But that’s a speculation on my part because Mr. Roe didn’t show me the courtesy of turning me down in a respectable manner.