WALK-IN TIP LEADS TO $2 MIL OVERBILLING SETTLEMENT
A New Jersey company will pay a settlement of nearly $2 million to resolve allegations it overcharged the Massachusetts Port Authority hundreds of thousands of dollars for cleaning supplies, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Tuesday.
Interline Brands violated its contracts with Massport by overbilling for janitorial items that had fixed prices under the contracts and by failing to cap its markup on other items, Healey's office alleged.
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