MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - More than 500 Mo' Money Tax Service customers are still waiting for their tax returns, as the embattled tax preparer heads to court in Chicago next month over a lawsuit filed by the Illinois Attorney General.
According to court records, Mo' Money is due in Cook County circuit court on June 25th at 9:30 a.m.
The Missouri Attorney General also filed suit against the company, and obtained a restraining order preventing them from doing business in Missouri. Mo' Money is scheduled to appear in court there on August 9th at 1:30 p.m.
"I think it is great that it is somewhere but I wish it could be here also." said Felicia Holley, a Mo' Money customer.
Last month, Mo' Money's headquarters was raided by the IRS, but that's about it in the Mid-South, at least publicly.
Congressman Steve Cohen joined two other Congressman in calling for Congressional hearings involving Mo' Money. It was thought those hearings could occur in June, however, that now appears unlikely.
Congressman Cohen's office called the pace "frustrating."
Mo' Money co-founder Markey Granberry did not return an e-mail or text for comment.