AZ Attorney General Alleges Second AGRR Shop Violated Do-Not Call Registry

Fotolia_31164076_MArizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a lawsuit against a Larmore Auto Glass LLC, operating under the names O’Reilly’s Auto Glass and Freedom Auto Glass, over alleged do-not call violations. The company denies the allegations.

The lawsuit comes one week after a similar case was filed against Prescott Valley, Ariz.-based A.J.’s Auto Glass.

“Larmore Auto Glass LLC, doing business as Freedom Auto Glass, does not currently make any outbound calls or use telemarketing of any sort to generate business,” says Cara Fuller, manager of Freedom Auto Glass. “We did open a call center in 2013; however, we closed it in 2014.”

The Attorney General contends the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based AGRR company, or a third-party solicitor, violated Arizona’s Telephone Solicitation Statutes and the national Do-Not Call Registry, according to court documents filed in Maricopa County Superior Court.

According to the Federal Trade Commission, most telemarketers should not call a number once it has been on the Do-Not Call Registry for 31 days. If they do, a consumer can file a complaint.

The Attorney General wants the court to order the AGRR company to stop all telemarketing, pay a civil penalty and cover investigative and court costs.

To read a copy of the lawsuit, click here.

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