Shapiro stops another two medical supply companies from price gouging


In a statement, Shapiro said, “Consumers have the right to pay a fair price for goods, especially those as essential masks during this pandemic. Ripping people off to make a buck during this pandemic isn’t only unacceptable –- it’s illegal. Wherever price gouging happens, we will act to stop it and get people their money back.”

In June, Attorney General Shapiro stopped Goods and More Incorporated, a third-party online seller on Amazon, from price gouging.


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