Scam & Price Gouging Alert From PA Attorney General

HARRISBURG – PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane cautioned both Pennsylvania consumers and businesses about price gouging and other weather-related scams after a State of Emergency was declared by the governor. Kane said Pennsylvania consumers are protected from unwarranted, sudden price increases during emergencies and her office will accept complaints from consumers and businesses and violators will be held accountable. Consumers can report potential price-gouging or scams by calling the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection helpline, toll-free, at 1-800-441-2555 or by filing a complaint online at www.attorneygeneral.gov.

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