The Ohio Attorney General has sued a Conneaut business called "Please Save My Home" for violations of 3 Ohio Acts: the Consumer Sales Practices Act; the Telephone Solicitation Act; and the Debt Adjuster's Act. The suit claims that the company promised to help consumers get out of foreclosure and save their homes, but allegedly never delivered. According to the AG's Press Release, the average consumer spent $650 for possible loan modifications, legal representation, and forebearance agreements he or she never received. The case was filed in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Case No. CV 08 679588 on December 19, 2008. Click here to read a copy of the Complaint, and click here to access the docket in the case.