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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 04, 2007
RADIO: Thousands of Washington Consumers Eligible for Refunds Need to Act Fast

SEATTLE – You may be owed money if you paid for a video subscription service from Movieland.com, bought Spyware Cleaner software or a Sony BMG music CD, or were billed for a shopping service or travel club you didn’t want.

The Attorney General’s Office Consumer Protection Division says thousands of Washington consumers are potentially eligible for refunds for products and services as a result of government settlements.

Actuality: Consumer Protection Division Chief Doug Walsh: “The Attorney General’s Office has been very successful in fighting for the rights of Washington residents. Thousands of dollars are available that we want to put in the hands of eligible consumers.”

But with deadlines rapidly approaching, those consumers need to submit their claims soon in order to receive payment.

The Attorney General’s Office has posted information about settlements and claims procedures on its Web site at http://www.atg.wa.gov/Settlements/default.aspx.


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Media Contact: Kristin Alexander, Seattle Media Relations Manager, Attorney General’s Office, (206) 464-6432

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