MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - There are still more than 400 Mo' Money Tax Service customers who don't have their tax returns, and all these months later, despite a federal investigation and impending Congressional hearings, we may not be any closer to knowing what really happened this tax season.
"I'm still here, most of the crooks in jail, I'm still here, I'm not running," said Markey Granberry, co-founder of Mo' Money. "By far, Markey Granberry is still here."
In Chicago, a judge granted a request by Mo' Money's lawyers to delay the start of a civil trial there. This after Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan sued Mo' Money.
"I am at peace with what is going on in Chicago," said Granberry.
"We innocent, we didn't deposit refunds in no accounts, or didn't commit any type of criminal charges and for the most part those attorneys generals in all those states know that," said Granberry.
On Thursday morning, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security will hold a hearing motivated by the Mo' Money mess.
"Flesh out some of the problems and maybe some legislation comes out," said Congressman Steve Cohen (D-TN).
In late April, Internal Revenue Service agents raided Mo' Money's Whitehaven headquarters. Since the investigation is ongoing, it won't be discussed Thursday.
"Whatever is going on in any kind of question about any criminal behavior, is in the process and we can't get into that," said Congressman Cohen.
The IRS is now trying to track down and deliver tax returns to those 400 Mo' Money customers that are still waiting.