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Arizona attorney general contacts APS about price tool debacle

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has now gotten involved after APS claims computer problems caused thousands of customers to overpay for their electricity

12 News

By Joe Dana 12 News

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is now involved in the APS rate comparison tool incident. APS confirmed to 12 News Friday the company was contacted by the law enforcement agency and is cooperating.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich typically does not comment on lawsuits or investigations until there are charges, a settlement, or until the case is closed. However, Brnovich released a general statement telling 12 News, “No matter who the company is, no matter what the product is, we’re always going to be on the side of Arizona consumers.”

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