Rancher’s Pride LLC, a door-to-door meat sales company, has agreed to change its sales practices and pay the state $30,000 in a settlement with Attorney General Tom Miller.
The South Dakota-based company allegedly violated Iowa’s Door-to-Door Sales Act, as it could not provide consumers an oral and written notice of their right to cancel their purchase within three business days. They also made false and deceptive statements about its products, a news release said.
Rancher’s Pride agreed this week to follow Iowa’s Door-to-Door Sales Act and refrain from misrepresentations to consumers, including costs and fees. The agreement also obliges the company to respond to future consumer complaints within ten days.