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March 23, 2016

Posted  March 23, 2016

New York announced a settlement with Carolina Furniture, Inc., a business that sells furniture and home furnishings. An investigation of a “store closing sale” by the attorney general showed that Carolina Furniture made deceptive representations in its advertisements and failed to obtain a proper license before the sale. Carolina Furniture advertised its store closing extensively and made many representations about the sale that the NYAG found deceptive. For example, Carolina Furniture sent out a letter to 40,000 consumers inviting them to a “PRIVATE SALE HELD 4 DAYS ONLY!” This claim was not true as all three retail locations were open to the public during the “private sale.” NY