- Associated Press - Friday, August 14, 2015

PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (burn-o-vich) has announced the settlement of a consumer fraud lawsuit against a Phoenix-area moving and storage company and its owner.

The consent judgment announced Thursday prohibits Amru Abdalla from engaging in the moving, packing and-or storage business for two years.

It also requires the defendants to pay $77,000 in restitution to eligible consumers and assesses nearly $108,000 in civil penalties.

Abdalla also must pay the remaining unpaid amount owed for a 2010 consent judgment, which is more than $45,000 plus interest.

Last year, Brnovich’s office filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against Allstars Movers and Storage Inc. and Abdulla for allegedly charging hidden fees.

The AG’s Office reportedly received 55 consumer complaints against the company from 2012 to 2014.

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