Arkansas AG Sues ID Card Maker

thumb_0a626fab3e42d1cArkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel files a consumer-protection lawsuit against the makers of identification cards that are advertised as being “legally issued” or “required by law” even though there is nothing official about the cards.

McDaniel says Connecticut-based AmeraCard Enterprises Inc. and its owner, Joseph Cassara, produce and sell ID cards that are designed to resemble state-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards, except that the IDs produced by the defendants have no official function or legal significance.

McDaliel says some Arkansas consumers paid 70-dollars apiece for the bogus ID cards that offer no real value to consumers. The cards are not acceptable as government identification, and many private companies will not accept the cards as proof of identity.

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