PHOENIX (Legal Newsline) — Lawless Denim, a former Phoenix
clothing retailer, will provide up to $20,000 in funds to be used as refunds
for consumers allegedly victimized by the company, Arizona Attorney General
Mark Brnovich has announced.
Consumers complained to the Attorney General’s Office,
stating James Roman Acevedo, owner of Lawless Denim, took payment for
custom-made jeans but never delivered any products. These purported actions
violate the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.
"Our number one priority is to make sure customers get
their money back," Brnovich said. "Our office immediately launched an
investigation after receiving dozens of emails and complaints from upset
customers. This is a great example of the importance of filing a consumer
complaint with our office."
All consumers allegedly victimized by the defendants’ scheme
will be eligible for a refund by filing a complaint and submitting supporting
documentation. This documentation needs to include a Lawless Denim or LD &
Co. receipt, invoice or order confirmation that shows the amount the consumer
paid. Complaints must be delivered to the Attorney General’s Office by