“This group is clearly out to scam consumers and businesses by stealing their profits for something the State provides to the public for free,” stated Francine
A. Giani, “This letters’ deception is so egregious our Citation has not attached a final fine amount as our Division continues to receive complaints from the community.”
The Administrative Citation alleges that the unregistered entity committed deceptive acts by intentionally sending mailers to at least 80 confirmed recipients statewide and could face a potential fine of $2500.00 per violation.
If you are a business or consumer who has received one of these mailers and would like to file a complaint with the Division of Consumer Protection, log on;
http://consumerprotection.utah.gov/complaints/index.html or call (801) 530‐6601 for more information.