For example - go in to google and type in the keywords: "IRS tax debt relief."
Here's what you might find in the ad section:
freedomtaxrelief.com CLOSED IN 2018- a real company - Yay!
supermoney.com - a lead generator for Optima Tax Relief
irs-tax-debt-relief.www.taxhelp.pro/ - a lead generator for Tax Defense Network.
optimataxrelief.com - a real company - Yay!
www.irstaxattorneyseattle.com/TaxRelief - a lead generator
www.irs-hitman.com/Tax_Relief -another lead generator for Tax Defense Network.
taxresolutiontalk.com - this very blog - which we clearly state as ours.
taxchampions.com - a lead generator.
www.taxreliefcenter.org/BBB-A+Rated - another lead generator for Tax Defense Network!
www.stopirsdebt.com/ - a real company - Yay!
www.premiertaxsolutions.com/ - a real company - Yay!
www.ctctax.com/IRS-Tax-Debt - a real company - Yay!
www.ustaxsolutionsinc.com/oic - a real company - Yay!
Most of the lead generators above - are somewhat recognizable and as you can see - no offense to our friend Tax Defense Network - but they are trying to game the system a bit with three different "lead generators" in one search there.
But let's scrutinize your classic lead generator:
https://usa-tax-relief.com - click on the site - it actually has a BBB record under "Gordon Data" and you will see that they started in 2013. No offense guys - but isn't this disingenuous? Are your trustworthy to solve someone's serious tax problem - devoting 11 months on your client's behalf to solve their issue? If you can't really find where someone is located and there is just mystery surrounding a company - well - aren't you skeptical too?