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The company also agreed to pay about $350,000 in consumer restitution, fines and attorney fees.

Many of these deals involved Purchase Pro giving away stock or its partners providing free services, which generated losses for both sides.

A chain of tanning salons that generated hundreds of complaints about deceptive sales tactics and misleading contracts has agreed to pay $350,000 and change the way it does business.

The agreement settles charges lodged against the company At The Beach by the Colorado Attorney General's office.

"We believe the company's agreement to record all sales transactions will deter future misconduct, and is evidence of the company's desire to change its sales practices." At The Beach employees said that consumers could "cancel their contract at any time," according to the state's complaint.