SOUTH PORTLAND — The owner of military clothing seller MAACS has agreed to reimburse 96 armed service personnel for undelivered uniforms, the attorney general announced.
MAACS owner Allison MacDonald entered into a consent decree in Superior Court that obligates her to pay more than $18,700 in combined restitution for undelivered uniforms. She must also reimburse within 30 days any future complaints received by the attorney general’s office.
Contended claims will be settled in arbitration and paid for by MAACS, which was also required to pay the AG’s office a $5,000 civil assessment.
The decree does not amount to an admission of guilt.
Those who did not receive uniforms from MAACS should contact Gail Cyr in the attorney general’s Consumer Protection Division, 6 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333, call 626-8602 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.