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Even when you are telling the scum, **, to stop calling, she says, "LET ME SEE IF YOU QUALIFY", just more to dig at someone they know does not want the call and knows I will not take it lightly.
Morbid scum to call a number they know has had enough of them.
The state also seeks penalties against the managers of the dating service; state law allows up to ,000 per violation.
The state and the Better Business Bureau have taken 60 complaints about the firm since 2006.
In addition to the firm itself, also named in the lawsuit are Sun West Video President John Meriggi, Great Expectations Director Michael Buhler and sales representative Geri Schencker.
State prosecutors have sued the company to get money back for customers like Scharf.
The complaint also alleges Great Expectations did not fully screen members for criminal histories and misrepresented how they would use credit information provided by prospective members.
Great Expectations wasn’t registered to make telephone solicitations and ignored the state’s no-call list, according to the lawsuit.
Meriggi, Great Expectations’ Director Michael Buhler and sales representative Geri Schencker.
The lawsuit alleges that Great Expectations used coercive sales tactics, misrepresentations and other deceptive practices to sell expensive dating service memberships to Arizona consumers, typically costing thousands of dollars.
Goddard said the company also misrepresented that it had conducted criminal background checks on all of its members.