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December 2006

Repair companies cited for illegal marketing

Columbus, OH— Attorney General Jim Petro filed suit against three collision repair companies for violating Ohio’s Do-Not-Call Law and the Consumer Sales Practices Act (CSPA).

Complaints received by Petro’s office and the Federal Trade Commission allege that AA Precise Collision, Inc, Buckeye Collision and Glass, Inc., and Mid-Ohio Collision LLC were calling Ohioans listed on the National Do-Not-Call Registry. The businesses contacted persons who had been in auto accidents to sell them collision repair services. All three companies are located in the Columbus area.

The lawsuits asks for them to pay $500 to each person that received a call who was on the Registry and for each company to pay a $25,000 civil penalty per violation of the CSPA.


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