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TWO FANS CLAIM SILVER AND BLACK GAVE THEM BLACK AND BLUES
Published September 18, 1998
Two "disgruntled Raiders fans have filed a lawsuit claiming they were 'lulled' by fraudulent statements into buying and keeping overpriced" PSLs, according to Laura Counts of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE. Robert de Crooy and Paul Krysko have sued the Raiders, the Oakland Football Marketing Association and Arthur Andersen -- the firm which kept track of seat applications in '95 -- in Alameda County Superior Court. The two "seek to have the suit certified as class- action" on behalf of more than 32,000 PSL holders who, they claim, "were similarly defrauded" (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 9/17).