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May 27, 2004

New Access Agrees to Pay at Least $1 Million in Restitution And Fees, And Issue $1 Million in Additional Credits to Customers DES MOINES. Attorney General Tom Miller today announced a ten-state settlement with New Access, LLC, a Minnesota-based reseller of local and long-distance phone services. The ten states alleged...

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May 25, 2004

DES MOINES. Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced today that "California Alternative High School" has been temporarily enjoined from recruiting students or conducting classes in Iowa. Miller said that Polk County District Court Chief Judge Arthur E. Gamble has issued an order granting Miller's request that the Court enforce the...

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May 19, 2004

Company offered $200 of "gas coupons" for $1.95 - but also made unauthorized charges of hundreds more dollars. DES MOINES. A Las Vegas-based telemarketing operation has been prohibited from soliciting Iowa customers in any way to market its goods and services - and it is required to make refunds. "They...

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May 14, 2004

State alleges "All American Foods" of Wisconsin misrepresented meat and violated Door-to-Door Sales Act. Charles City. The Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division filed a lawsuit today alleging that "All American Foods" misrepresented meat it was selling door-to-door in Iowa and violated Iowa's Door-to-Door Sales Act. "We allege that All American...

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