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AG: Two businesses price gouged face masks for over $25 each

The Pennsylvania attorney general shut down the alleged price gouging efforts in Jim Thorpe and Pottsville.

PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that price gouging efforts at two businesses in our area have been shut down. 

According to Shapiro's office, Keystone Medical Equipment in Jim Thorpe sold more than 100 face masks for upwards of $28 per mask.

American Surgical Supply outside Pottsville sold more than 450 face masks for as much as $26.

To be considered for restitution, customers should file a consumer complaint form and attach a copy of their receipt showing they purchased the N-95 face masks between March 6 and July 28 of this year.  

Complaints must be submitted by September 23.

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