Michigan’s Attorney General sent cease and desist letters to a pair of businesses in Rockford, Michigan who were marketing a phony “Coronavirus Defender Patch.”
Dana Nessel’s office says the letter was issued on Tuesday to the two related businesses who claimed the product would protect people from contracting COVID-19. The companies were charging $49.99 for the patches and have been instructed to provide information for those who bought patches.
Nessel’s office says they have also received more than 1500 complaints of price gouging.
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