North Carolina Investigating Nine Online Sellers for Price Gouging

North Carolina investigating 9 online sellers for price gouging

Attorney General Josh Stein announced his office is investigating nine online sellers for price gouging high-demand items on Amazon.

According to the Attorney General's Office, these sellers made over $100,000 as a result of raising prices by more than 40% on items like N95 masks and hand sanitizer. 

The Attorney General's Office has received over 450 complaints of price gouging since Gov. Cooper declared a state of emergency on March 10.

Click here to report coronavirus price gouging in North Carolina.

Visit WCNC for more details.

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