No Scam – Stop Price Gouging

4.3
23 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Thank you for downloading the Florida Attorney General’s Price Gouging App. I hope you never need it, but in case you find yourself in a state of emergency, this app will provide you the tools necessary to quickly and effectively report alleged gouging so our Consumer Protection investigators can take swift action. With this app, you become our eyes and ears in the field helping gather evidence of potential price gouging or any other disaster related scam. Thank you for your help and be safe.

-Attorney General Ashley Moody
Updated on
Jun 23, 2022

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Data is encrypted in transit
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4.3
23 reviews
A Google user
June 3, 2019
I believe is going to be awesome. I personally experience price increases in water from 2 dollar to 10 dollar 2 year ago and is was crazy. I need it water so pay for it ,I'm looking forward to see how it work .
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A Google user
June 3, 2019
I just watched the live feed about this app. I am very excited they have created something to help the consumers during a crisis situation. No one should be taken advantage of... Especially after we support these businesses all year long, they take advantage of us when we are trying to survive! Report Gouging!
32 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
June 3, 2019
the state allows and condones price gouging every day. Newly rezoned toll roads charge $6-12 during necessity times of day for mass transit and $.50-1.00 during non necessary mass transit times. Not to mention the state allowing/causing roadways built with federal and local tax dollars and land acquired/stolen through eminent domain for the public benefit was sold/given to private companies who are then allowed to build private roads on public lands and legally extort/price gouge daily. Stop it.
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