There may at last be some good news in the scamscum.com arena. It looks like the NJ Attorney General's office is going after the guys operating in their state. Can NY be far behind?
One may hope, but these folks are masters of the art of scam and nasty business practices. I understand that New York has been after them for decades.
Ownership of the companies hides behind smokescreens of nested companies. Stores about to be busted vanish in the night and the staff is distributed to other stores in the group. Then a new store appears with no visible link to the old one. This has been going on for a very long time, with the scammers using every trick in the book to survive. More at