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New Jersey Nets Fans May Have Gotten Ripped Off

“She promises to significantly reduce their IRS tax debts, but instead preys on their vulnerability, taking large up-front payments but providing little or no help in lowering their tax bills.”

~ California Attorney General Jerry Brown isn’t impressed with Roni Deutch’s advertising. And the Nets likely have one less way to try and draw crowds.

“She promises to significantly reduce their IRS tax debts, but instead preys on their vulnerability, taking large up-front payments but providing little or no help in lowering their tax bills.”

~ California Attorney General Jerry Brown isn’t impressed with Roni Deutch’s advertising. And the Nets likely have one less way to try and draw crowds.

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