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Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, April 2, 2013
DENVER-Attorney General John Suthers today announced a settlement was reached with EZPawn Colorado, Inc., and EZMoney Colorado, Inc., over allegations the companies caused consumers to pay more in interest on their payday loans than was required.
Carolyn A. Tyler Friday, March 15, 2013

DENVER —Colorado Attorney General John Suthers will travel to Mexico City to meet with Mexican Attorney General Jesús Murillo Karam on Tuesday, March 19th. Suthers and western state Attorneys General representing California, Idaho, Nevada and New Mexico will meet with Murillo Karam to discuss drug trafficking, human trafficking and judicial reform in Mexico.

Carolyn A. Tyler Friday, March 15, 2013
DENVER — The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced today that it has charged Clinton Dee Fraley (D.O.B. 01/05/77) of Englewood with 46 felonies for allegedly stealing more than $532,000 from four Colorado mutual-fund investors. Charges were brought after an extensive and thorough investigation by the Colorado Division of Securities which revealed the alleged criminal conduct on the part of Fraley.
“The arrest of Clinton Fraley has stopped his ongoing white-collar crimes,” said Suthers.
Carolyn A. Tyler Tuesday, March 12, 2013

DENVER—Attorney General John Suthers today announced Colorado joined 37 states and the District of Columbia in a $7 million settlement with Google over the company’s collection of data from unsecured wireless networks while Google took photographs for its Street View service between 2008 and March 2010. Colorado’s share of the settlement is approximately $125,000.

Carolyn A. Tyler Monday, March 11, 2013
DENVER — Generic versions of popular pain relievers must be made harder to abuse, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and 47 other state and territorial attorneys general told federal officials in a letter sent today by the National Association of Attorneys General to the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, March 6, 2013
DENVER—U.S. Senator Mark Udall and Colorado Attorney General John Suthers warned consumers today to beware of tax-preparation fraud, a common scam where tax preparers change return documents to steal refunds and increase the return amounts.
Fraudulent tax preparers often solicit clients using Internet ads or by setting up temporary store fronts. Once a taxpayer contacts the fraudulent tax service, the scammer then fills out his or her tax forms and volunteers to mail it in on behalf of the consumer.

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