Tuesday, September 18, 2012

MC Multiservicios Tax Fraud Allegations Filed With IRS

Luis Urdaneta

Photos: HNG

Several community organizations are taking the lead in exposing tax refund fraud involving a Milwaukee tax prepaper that allegedly kept thousands from taxpayers.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 18, 2012

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Tuesday, United We Stay (UWS), a Chicago and Michigan based non-profit organization filed an initial complaint against MC Multiservicios for tax refund fraud with the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division in Fresno, California, according to Luis Urdaneta, the Community Lead Organizer from the UWS-Chicago. Currently, numerous victims have come forward who discovered their original 2010 federal tax filings for 2009 tax refunds that were prepared by MC Multiservicios, a tax service preparer, 1010 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive had discrepancies when they asked for copies of the original tax refund filings from the IRS in 2011 and 2012. The actual tax refund kept from the victims by MC Multiservicios range between $155.00 to $435.00 from each taxpayer, Urdaneta confirmed.
MC Multiservicios has their main office in Milwaukee and another in Waukesha.
Urdaneta says, his organization has filed a complaint for each taxpayer who was victimized by MC Multiservicios with the IRS and will be seeking the help of other community organizations "to form a local coalition to move forward with this issue." The coalition in the Milwaukee area will inform the public about the allegations made against MC Multiservicios and will be seeking those taxpayers who had their tax refunds prepared at MC Multiservicios to meet with the coalition to see, if they were taxpayer victims as well.

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1 comment:

Joni Diaz said...

Good job Mr Goodson it's been years since these people have been taking advandtage of peoples trust; I did my taxes there in 2010 and was charged "only" $80 dollars cash and recently found out that the IRS actually sent me $410.00 dollars more than what they told me I was receiving.I ran to their office and a young lady told me that I signed and I couldn't do anything about it but I don't think they can charge cash for a service and then deduct whatever they want without us knowing what they are taking;crooks