New Jersey Attorney General
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is citing 19 unlicensed moving companies with violating state law, and assessing civil penalties of up to $2,500 each, as the result of an undercover […]
By Jim Donovan: I always tell viewers that if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Well that was the case with a New Jersey company that sold bogus auto warranties that […]
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that Amy Hotels, LLC, d/b/a “Econo Lodge” (“Amy Hotels”) in Egg Harbor Township, has agreed to pay $64,543.96 to resolve the State’s allegations […]
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued Notices of Violation to 68 home improvement contractors due to alleged violations of consumer protection law. The state is seeking a total of […]
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today warned consumers about a scam in which New Jerseyans received phone calls from con artists claiming to be representatives of the U.S. Internal Revenue […]
By Jim Donovan: With Super Bowl XLVIII fast approaching, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is reminded sports fans to beware of opportunistic scams that have been known to occur during major sports events. […]
It had been planned, but a two pronged initiative announced Thursday by the New Jersey State Attorney General’s office to fight rising violence in Trenton, came on the same day as a police-involved shooting.
By Jim Donovan: Just because a charity claims to help those in need, that doesn’t mean they all deliver the goods. So that is why the New Jersey Attorney General is reminding consumers to Investigate […]
The idea is not only to catch young people trying to palm themselves off as 21 but to prevent those over 21 from getting booze for those underage.
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has made it easier than ever to “Investigate Before You Donate” and learn how your favorite charities actually spend the money you give. The Division […]
The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office suspended two state troopers without pay and transferred a third following what has been called “Death Race 2012.”
A school administrator made nearly $300,000 in salary with five jobs last school year, paid with your tax dollars.
By Jim Donovan: As part of National Consumer Protection Week, The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has released its “Top 10” list of complaints that it received from consumers last year. The high-cost categories […]