As concerns over the spread of the coronavirus continue, Michigan's Attorney General would like for you to report any examples of price-gouging that you might encounter to her office immediately. According to a press release from Michigan.gov,

the Michigan Department of Attorney General is aware of businesses selling face masks, hand sanitizers and cleaning supplies at exceptionally high prices – likely in violation of the Michigan Consumer Protection Act. Other products that consumers might seek to purchase due to the threat of COVID-19 may also be at risk of price-gouging practices.

Last week a business in West Michigan was contacted by the Attorney General's office because of a report of potential price-gouging on face masks. Nessel is asking residents in Michigan to report any potential violation of the Consumer Protection Act online--by clicking here--or by calling 877-765-8388.

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