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01/25/2017
By: Marin s D.
A C Plaza 2000 Internet Cafe
Excellent people. Fare rates. Service is their priority. Very knowledgeable and professionals.Sometimes waiting is too long, but it deserves the wait.A lot of experience. Many years in the area. I trust them.
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07/20/2015
By: Felder C.
A C Plaza 2000 Internet Cafe
Stay away from these people. They are rip off artist. Either they are overcharging you once the copies have been made and adding extras on top or they are giving you the wrong change back.I can't see how these people are going to stay in business.
03/11/2014
By: Dennis F.
DRT Tax Service
I’m so happy that my friend referred me to DRT. They provide excellent service at a rate that is far more reasonable than any of the tax preparation companies I’ve tried. If I have known about them sooner, I would’ve have saved a lot of money by now.
03/14/2012
By: d.frink
Youssef George Profe Tax Services
Please DO NOT waste time with any other Tax Service you see on TV that probably have hidden costs and you end up in even more trouble with IRS. Mr. George Youssef is an Enrolled Tax Agent and is the most professional, compassionate, trustworthy Tax Consultant I ever dealt with. He was thorough and explained to me all the internals about what he was going to do for me. I had entered his office scared to death of an IRS tax lein on my house because of several years of unfiled/late tax filings. Mr. George analyzed my tax returns, I did not owe any taxes. He gently chided me for missing the statute of limitations on one year (I missed out on about $3,000). Mr George dealt directly wth IRS, kept me informed and I received over $17,000. in refund checks. Feel Free to contact me, I do not work for Mr.George, I am just a satisfied customer
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