Auto glass company fined, prohibited from telemarketing for six years

Arizona-based Larmore Auto Glass LLC has been banned from making telemarketing calls for six years as part of a settlement in an Arizona-based consumer fraud lawsuit.


Arizona-based Larmore Auto Glass LLC has been banned from making telemarketing calls for six years as part of a settlement in an Arizona-based consumer fraud lawsuit.

Larmore admitted to making phone calls to Arizonan residents listed on the "Do Not Call" list. The company, which also goes by the name Freedom Auto Glass, also must pay the state $50,000 in civil penalties per the terms of the settlement.

“This case is about protecting Arizonans from harassing and illegal telemarketing calls,” Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said. “Arizonans on the Do Not Call list are off-limits to telemarketers and anyone caught violating telemarketing laws will be held accountable.”

In June, the Arizona attorney general’s office filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against the company for calls it made between 2013 and 2015 for windshield replacement services.

If Larmore violates the settlement terms, it may be liable for paying an additional $50,000 in penalties.

Victims of consumer fraud may file a complaint by contacting the attorney general’s office in Phoenix at 602- 542-5763, in Tucson at 520-628-6504, or elsewhere in the state at 800-352-8431. Complaints may also be filed online at https://www.azag.gov/complaints/consumer.

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