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    #1

    tax

    What is difference in two sentences? or these have the same meaning.

    The customer who was deducted tax from my payment.
    The customer who deducted tax from my payment.

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    #2

    Re: tax

    Only the second one is grammatical. It doesn't make a great deal of sense as it stands, though.

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    #3

    Re: tax

    Neither is a complete sentence. "The customer who deducted tax from my payment" is a noun clause.

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