Florida has gotten more than 2,100 reports of price gouging ahead of Hurricane Dorian | 10News WTSP
There have been more than 2,100 reports of suspected price gouging in Florida following the state of emergency declaration from Governor Ron DeSantis. Approximately 600 of the complaints were submitted via the new “NO SCAM” app.
A spokesperson for Attorney General Ashley Moody said most complaints involve water and gas. The state is now starting to hear about hotel pricing as evacuations orders come down.
One complaint came from Robert Shoemaker in St. Petersburg.