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FAX: (912) 537-4477
WVOP: (912) 537-9202
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Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is warning consumers about ads, promotions and websites that claim their products can treat, prevent or cure the Coronavirus/COVID-19.
Carr said that scammers may try to take advantage of consumers during a time when fears and health concerns are at an all-time high and at best, these fake cures are simply a waste of money, while at worst, they can have dire consequences.

Seven companies have already received warning letters from the FTC and FDA for selling unapproved or misbranded products that the companies claimed could treat or prevent the Coronavirus. The FDA has also warned consumers against drinking a product called “Miracle Mineral Solution” or “MMS,” which has been touted as a way to prevent Coronavirus. The FDA warns that this product is essentially a “dangerous bleach” that could cause severe vomiting and acute liver failure.
The Attorney General’s Office is joining local law enforcement agencies across Georgia in urging Georgians to also be very skeptical of those who are going door-to-door or driving around town offering COVID-19 testing.

To report scams or price gouging, contact the office’s Consumer Protection Division at 404-651-8600 or toll-free at 1-800-869-1123.


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