AG suing Mr. Nice Guy's for not-so-nice business dealings | Business
Mr. Nice Guy's was anything but.
On Wednesday, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit against a travel-package business that took consumer’s money without providing the Branson vacation they promised.
Andrew Callison, who operated Mr. Nice Guy’s Vacations Corporation, is accused of taking $99 to $839 in upfront money from at least 35 customers.
According to the lawsuit, Callison promised the buyers they would have 12 months or more to redeem the trips, which included hotel accommodations and entertainment passes.
However, when buyers tried to redeem the trips, their calls to Callison and Mr. Nice Guy’s Vacations went unanswered.
In addition to not getting their vacations, they also did not get refunds.
Koster is seeking restitution, as well as civil penalties and court costs.
Anyone who has done business with Mr. Nice Guy’s and have not received the services promised should call the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-392-8222 or file an online complaint at ago.mo.gov.