Tax Appeal Scams Prevalent In New Jersey

 

From Patch:

Scammers are offering information that is useless and free for a cost, the Atlantic County Board of Taxation announced on Tuesday morning, March 19.

They are offering Chapter 123 reports to help reduce property tax assessments….More at Beware Tax Appeal Scams, County Tax Administrator Warns – Patch.com

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