Actual dispute was over claims made by company in terms of prices and charging far more in reality
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/11/2012 -- Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster declared a settlement on Tuesday, September 4, 2012, with a Kansas town small-time locksmith and its top dog claiming allegations that the corporation publicized lower costs than it truly charged.
Eyal Tom Lugassi, the company's supervisor and Alpha Locksmith allegedly quoted and publicized low costs for lock-related services continued to charge customers higher amounts once the services were provided.
Koster claimed that the reassurance of voluntary compliance reached with the defendants would profit not only the customers who were overcharged but instead teach such fraudsters a lesson when dealing with the law.
Not simply will this settlement allow the case to be refunded to the disapproving customers who were overcharged, but would conjointly aid the entire locksmith business operating within the town in Kansas by making certain of a good work ethic amid the local service providers.
Under the terms of the settlement, Lugassi and Alpha Locksmith should pay $800 in civil penalties to the marketing Practices Fund as well as $1,485 in restitution to ten customers. The defendants in agreement charge solely commercially cheap costs within the business or the number originally quoted to customers.
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