MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - Mo' Money is no more, but the guys behind it are back with a new company, and a new commercial you have to see to believe.
The ad, which was shot last week, features Mo' Money Co-Founder Markey Granberry taking questions from actors portraying reporters.
"What are your plans for this year's tax season?" one actor asks.
"My plans are to offer free tax preparation and electronic filing to my faithful and loyal clients," Granberry responds.
Since thousands of Mo' Money customers complained about delayed or returns filed with wrong information, Granberry has maintained his company was not at fault.
In the commercial, one actor asks Granberry about the problems.
"You know it never was reported that we was innocent, right?" Granberry replies.
An actor responds, "Markey we are going to be on you every chance we get."
The ad features controversial Memphis radio host Thaddeus Matthews. Matthews was arrested Tuesday and charged with posting a picture of child pornography on his Facebook page.
Granberry says he's reviewing Matthews' role in the commercial, calling him a "paid actor."
"I'm lost at words," said Tracy Gray, a former Mo' Money customer.
"I was one of the victims that, it took me six months to get my money back," she said. "Somebody needs to take this guy and put him up under the jail, for real."
"It is just amazing that he can keep on surfacing like this and nothing is done," she added.
Granberry says his new company will be called Marquis Taxes, and will start off at one location in a strip mall on the 3700 block of Hickory Hill.
The Internal Revenue Service, along with investigators in Missouri and Illinois continue to look into the company. In late April, IRS agents raided Mo' Money's headquarters in Whitehaven.
Granberry says a third-party processor was at fault.