Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Mississippi Attorney General

$575 Million Settlement Reached with Wells Fargo

Attorney General Jim Hood announced that Mississippi will receive more than $2.5 million of a $575 million multistate settlement reached with Wells Fargo to...

AG Asks Consumers to Report Difficulties Correcting Credit Errors

Attorney General Jim Hood is asking Mississippians to contact his office if they are having difficulty correcting errors on their credit reports. This consumer...

AG Warns of Fake Calls Asking for Social Security Numbers

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning Mississippians about an increase in fake calls in the state that appear to be from the Social Security...

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CONSUMER ALERT: Threatening Emails Target Mississippi Businesses

Attorney General Jim Hood is issuing a warning to businesses across the state about an international email scam that threatens to bomb a business...

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Jonestown Mayor Arrested on 5 Counts of Embezzlement

The mayor of the City of Jonestown, located in Coahoma County, is facing 100 years in prison after being arrested Sunday on charges for...

Jim Hood Announces $6 Million Settlement with Nation’s Largest Debt Buyers...

Approximately 238 Mississippians will have judgement balances on debt completely eliminated or reduced thanks to a settlement recently reached by Attorney General Jim Hood and 41...

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