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PSC fines companies for alleged violations of no-call law

Britain Freedom Of TweetsJACKSON — The Mississippi Public Service Commission has fined three companies for alleged violations of the state’s no-call law.

Commissioners voted unanimously yesterday to enter default judgments against Financial Knowledge Network, HME Providers and Fountain of Youth Bathtubs.

Financial Knowledge Network of Wyoming, James Thomas Graham of Florida and associated companies are alleged to have violated Mississippi’s law against unauthorized telephone solicitation and failed to register as telephone solicitors. The commission cited 136 violations in 2010 and 2011 and fined the company the maximum $5,000 for each violation, a total of $680,000.

Medical equipment dealer HME Providers of Florida is alleged to have committed six violations in 2012 and was fined $30,000.

Fountain of Youth Bathrooms of Florida is alleged to have committed three violations in 2013 and was fined $15,000.

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