DENVER- Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman today advised Colorado consumers to be diligent in protecting their personal identifying information following Equifax’s announcement that as many as 143 million customers may have been impacted by a massive data breach.
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Denver – El día de hoy la Procuradora General del estado de Colorado Cynthia H. Coffman aconsejó a los consumidores de Colorado a ser cuidadosos con la protección de sus datos personales después de que Equifax anunciara que posiblemente alrededor de 143 millones de clientes se habían visto afectados por una filtración masiva de datos personales.
DENVER- Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that the State of Colorado has agreed to join the United States and other states to settle allegations against Mylan Inc. and Mylan Specialty L.P. (collectively “Mylan”). Mylan allegedly knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Medicaid program for the drugs EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr.® (“EpiPen”).
No agrave los desastres al tirar los dólares que usted ha designado para actos de caridad
DENVER - La Procuradora General de Colorado Cynthia H. Coffman está instando a los consumidores a investigar antes de responder a cualquier solicitud de dinero para ayudar a las víctimas afectadas por el huracán Harvey y la extensa inundación en el sur de Texas. Los desastres naturales, y aquellos causados por el hombre, siempre dan lugar a estafas de donaciones y caridades falsas.
Don’t compound a disaster by throwing your charitable dollars away
Denver – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is urging consumers to do their homework before responding to a solicitation for money to help victims of Hurricane Harvey and the widespread flooding in southern Texas. Natural and man-made disasters always give rise to fake charity and other donation scams.
DENVER- Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman today announced the filing of charges against Michael Taylor, an officer with the Silt Police Department. Taylor was indicted by the Colorado Statewide Grand Jury and was charged with three counts of felony insurance fraud, three counts of felony forgery, and three counts of felony theft. The indictment followed an investigation by the Attorney General’s office, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, and the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Mile High Heating & Cooling deliberately avoided seeking required building department permits
DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman today announced that her office is partnering with the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s READYColorado program to promote safe social media habits in honor of National Internet Safety Month. Follow @StopFraudCo and @READYColorado on your favorite platforms or search for the #SocialMediaSafe hashtag to get involved.
DENVER – Today, Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced that Eddie Raymond Tipton of Flatonia, Texas, has pled guilty to theft by fraud, and computer crime charges related to his role in defrauding state lotteries in Colorado, Wisconsin and Iowa. Tipton was prosecuted in Wisconsin, as part of a multi-year, multi-state fraud case, and faces a total maximum penalty in Wisconsin of 13.5 years of incarceration.
To receive settlement funds, claims must be filed by Wednesday, June 25
DENVER – Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is notifying Colorado residents that the deadline has been extended to file claims related to a multistate settlement for consumers who paid for Provigil or modafinil between June 24, 2006 and March 31, 2012. The new deadline to file claims or object to the settlement is June 25, 2017.
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