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February 28, 2019

Quad Cities entities change names to avoid detection, lawsuit alleges

DES MOINES -- The Iowa Attorney General’s Office is asking a judge to shut down several Quad Cities-based advertising companies that are accused of continuing to defraud small businesses across the nation.

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February 27, 2019

Program allows consumers who have not been made whole to have inquiry reviewed

DES MOINES -- Attorney General Tom Miller announced that Wells Fargo has begun a consumer redress review program as part of its settlement with Iowa and the rest of the country.

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February 15, 2019

A.G.'s case helped spur new law protecting veterans

A Nashua investment adviser accused of illegally selling advice to veterans must change her business practices under a settlement with the Iowa Attorney General.

The case spurred a state law passed last year that increases consumer protections for veterans applying for benefits.

 

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February 4, 2019

Companies barred from sending deceptive mailers to Iowans

DES MOINES -- Older Iowans who receive official-looking mailers with “FREE government benefits” in large print should beware: A private company might be fishing for your information and trying to sell you insurance.

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