DES MOINES, IOWA (April 23, 2021) — Tobacco companies involved in the 1998 landmark settlement have transferred about $52.9 million to the state treasury for this year's payment.

DES MOINES, IOWA (April 8, 2021) — A Texas company has agreed to refund money to any Iowa truck drivers who paid $149 to submit federal documents that can be filed for free.

DES MOINES, IOWA (March 31, 2021) — Attorney General Tom Miller has filed an amicus brief in the US Supreme Court supporting several renewable fuels and agricultural associations in their challenge to the EPA’s award of small-refinery exemptions to the Renewable Fuel Standard.

DES MOINES, IOWA (March 11, 2021) — Attorney General Tom Miller, as part of a coalition of 41 attorneys-general, has settled with Retrieval-Masters Creditors Bureau d/b/a American Medical Collection Agency, resolving a multistate investigation into the 2019 data breach that exposed the personal information of more than seven million individuals, including 9,892 Iowa residents, and potentially exposed the personal information of up to 21 million individuals throughout the United St

DES MOINES, IOWA (March 3, 2021) ― A Colorado-based travel company will refund $610,430 to 307 Iowans who signed up for a high school band tour of Europe that was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

DES MOINES, IOWA (February 8, 2021) — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced that Citibank will pay $4.2 million to resolve allegations that it overcharged credit card interest for about 25,000 customers in Iowa and four other states.   

As a result of the settlement, Citi will refund $216,325 to 1,407 Iowa customers. The average Iowa refund is $153.75.

DES MOINES, IOWA (February 4, 2021) — Iowa will receive $4,677,279 over five years as part of a settlement with one of the world’s largest consulting firms, McKinsey and Co, over its role in fueling the opioid epidemic.

DES MOINES, IOWA (January 21, 2021 — Scammers took advantage of a confusing and chaotic 2020, as complaints to the Iowa Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division soared amid the pandemic.

Overall complaints totaled 4,011, a 24.4% increase over the 3,225 reports in 2019.

DES MOINES, IOWA (January 4, 2021) — Good news is on the way in the form of COVID relief checks and vaccines. But consumers should not let their guard down, Attorney General Tom Miller warns.

“Scammers follow the headlines, and they’ll take advantage of our excitement, confusion, and other emotions,” AG Miller said.

DES MOINES, IOWA (December 28, 2020) — Iowans should beware of mailers that appear to be from government agencies. The letters and postcards may be from marketers soliciting seniors, business owners, or others.

The Iowa Attorney General’s Office recently accused two out-of-state operations of sending deceptive mail to Iowans in an attempt to sell services.