Internal Revenue Service agents busted a tax prep office less than two days before the filing deadline.
Jat's Income Tax Service, a small tax prep shop located at the back of a BP gas station in Charlotte, N.C., received the unwelcome visitors as clients stood on line to get their returns prepared Tuesday morning.
Local station WSOCTV interviewed one unlucky client who had been standing in line for two hours waiting for his return to be prepared when the IRS agents suddenly appeared with a search warrant in hand.
Not only did the IRS agents search the files on Jat's computers, but they also checked the IDs of the clients standing on line. Later that afternoon, agents were seen removing boxes from Jat's offices. The offices were closed the following day, April 15.
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