Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has reached a $500,000 settlement with a Utah-based home alarm company and local subsidiary after accusing the company of violating consumer protection laws and of targeting elderly consumers with high-pressure, deceptive tactics.

In a complaint filed in Fulton County Superior Court, Alder Holdings and Alarm Protection Georgia are accused of failing to provide customers with cancellation forms required under Georgia’s “Cooling-Off Rule,” under which consumers have three days to cancel such contracts.

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