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My experience at Wilmington NC Tax Office – molly

Your Name (Can be Anonymous): molly conrad
Your Experience: visit to jaeckle dr office will not allow anyone without an  appointment.  no one available to schedule anoints on the premises. e-mail suggest to make appointments, but information acquired states “no appointment needed”. when telephone number given is  910-254-5198 a very lengthy recording is heard, again suggesting contact by e-mail. a three business day for a response can be expected. that is exasperating!
Your Tax Office City: Wilmington
Your Tax Office State: NC
Your Wait Time: 3 days

Time: July 21, 2015 at 3:27 pm

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