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A California District Attorney’s office has levied $4.7 million in fines against a company accused of “preying” on Canadians desperate to have their criminal records cleaned up to get into the U.S.
Documents filed by the County D.A. in Superior Court in California last week accuse the company of “defrauding” people by promising to get their past records sealed, taking their payments, then stalling and never delivering promised services.
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