August 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;8/26/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 18, p1
The article focuses on the lending and factoring business controversies faced by State House lobbyist Joan LaPlante in New Hampshire. Joseph Zizzo has allowed LaPlante to use his mother's money worth 120,000 U.S. dollars with 24% interest rate for the said business in August 2006. Zizzo needed the money for his mother's needs and LaPlante did not pay him in 2007. The Ponzi scheme case encountered by LaPlante is also reported.


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