(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004) Used car sales once again topped the list of consumer complaints filed with the Attorney General’s Office, and for the first time predatory lending makes an appearance in the top 10, announced Attorney General Terry Goddard.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 10, 2004) Some 2,400 Arizona residents who leased autos under Ford Credit’s “Red Carpet” program are eligible to receive about $240,000 back from the company under a settlement announced today by Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 8, 2004) Attorney General Terry Goddard filed a lawsuit today against two independent field distributors who make in-home sales of Kirby vacuums for allegedly violating the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.
The first lawsuit names Kirby distributor Donald M. Burkhardt, doing business as Burkhardt’s Company, and operating under the name Dyer Resources, Inc., among other names, as defendants. The second lawsuit names Kirby distributor Cameron S. McDaniel, doing business as All Generations, among other names, as defendants.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 4, 2004) Attorney General Terry Goddard Thursday renewed his request for a meeting with Secretary Spencer Abraham to discuss the gasoline issues affecting Arizona consumers. Goddard requested the meeting to discuss the following issues with Abraham:
(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 24, 2004) The Attorney General’s Office has entered into a consent decree with LeMirage, an Arizona Limited partnership and LeMirage Investment Corporation for failing to design and construct 80 ground floor apartment units accessible for residents with mobility impairments as required by the Arizona Fair Housing Act, announced Attorney General Terry Goddard.
The Civil Rights Division found that among other things: