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Customers of Improper Credit Services Company Receive Refunds After Settlement

Cornerstone Credit Services no longer operating in Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn announced that 35 Delawareans victimized by a national debt services provider recently received refunds for fees and costs paid for unlawful debt management services rendered by Cornerstone Credit Services, a Wisconsin company. In December 2017, the Wilmington law firm of Cross & Simon […]




DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Urges Delaware Consumers To Be On Guard Against IRS Scams And Other Financial Frauds

With IRS W-2 forms already issued by some employers, the 2018 tax season has arrived, and the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit is again warning Delaware consumers and employers to be on guard for fake IRS phone call scams and IRS Form W-2 email phishing scams that are targeting employers, including retail businesses, school […]




Attorney General Warns Delawareans About Bogus Online Lead Generators

Attorney General Matt Denn’s office warns Delawareans to be wary of online lead generators or list services that claim to provide potential client leads to certain professionals, particularly real estate agents. The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice has investigated complaints about lead generators or list services that claim to provide advanced […]




Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn Announces Settlement With Western Union

Attorney General Matt Denn along with the attorneys general of 48 states and the District of Columbia Tuesday announced a settlement with Colorado-based The Western Union Company (“Western Union”) to resolve a multistate investigation focused on complaints of consumers who used Western Union’s wire transfer service to send money to third parties involved in schemes […]




Delaware E-book Purchasers to Receive Over $1.3 Million from Price-Fixing Lawsuit

Delaware residents who purchased electronic books – known as E-books – from a number of sources between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012, should begin receiving account credits or checks this week, as a result of the successful prosecution of a price-fixing case against Apple, Inc. Delaware consumers are estimated to receive over $1,300,000 […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Consumer Protction Unit"

Customers of Improper Credit Services Company Receive Refunds After Settlement

Cornerstone Credit Services no longer operating in Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn announced that 35 Delawareans victimized by a national debt services provider recently received refunds for fees and costs paid for unlawful debt management services rendered by Cornerstone Credit Services, a Wisconsin company. In December 2017, the Wilmington law firm of Cross & Simon […]




DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Urges Delaware Consumers To Be On Guard Against IRS Scams And Other Financial Frauds

With IRS W-2 forms already issued by some employers, the 2018 tax season has arrived, and the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit is again warning Delaware consumers and employers to be on guard for fake IRS phone call scams and IRS Form W-2 email phishing scams that are targeting employers, including retail businesses, school […]




Attorney General Warns Delawareans About Bogus Online Lead Generators

Attorney General Matt Denn’s office warns Delawareans to be wary of online lead generators or list services that claim to provide potential client leads to certain professionals, particularly real estate agents. The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice has investigated complaints about lead generators or list services that claim to provide advanced […]




Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn Announces Settlement With Western Union

Attorney General Matt Denn along with the attorneys general of 48 states and the District of Columbia Tuesday announced a settlement with Colorado-based The Western Union Company (“Western Union”) to resolve a multistate investigation focused on complaints of consumers who used Western Union’s wire transfer service to send money to third parties involved in schemes […]




Delaware E-book Purchasers to Receive Over $1.3 Million from Price-Fixing Lawsuit

Delaware residents who purchased electronic books – known as E-books – from a number of sources between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012, should begin receiving account credits or checks this week, as a result of the successful prosecution of a price-fixing case against Apple, Inc. Delaware consumers are estimated to receive over $1,300,000 […]