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'Loyal son of Rutgers' fined $750,000 after Ponzi scheme implodes Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

For less than $25,000, JB Financial Resources in New Brunswick told its clients they could write a check and get in on a short-term, safe investment secured by real estate. In return, they would be paid an annual interest rate of 5 percent or more.

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