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Indiana Attorney General Unveils Campaign To Protect Hoosiers From Fraudulent Business Practices
Updated April 10, 2017 5:39 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill unveiled a new campaign Friday aimed at protecting Hoosiers from fraudulent business practices in the wake of severe weather that left homes, vehicles or other property damaged.

"Double check before you write a check" is the latest consumer protection strategy to safeguard Hoosiers from individuals posing as roofing, tree-removal and window-replacement companies, among other types of restoration and repair businesses.

Hill says he strongly urges all Hoosiers to double check a company's name, reputation, history and authenticity before writing a check to a person claiming to represent such a business.



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