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Gas stations offer refunds for price gouging during Harvey | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

If you paid too much for gasoline in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, you might be able to get some of it back.

Anyone who bought gas for $3.99 a gallon or more at nearly a dozen area gas stations accused of price gouging last year — mostly Big Willy’s — can file for a refund.

“My office is sending a powerful message that taking advantage of Texans during a declared disaster such as Hurricane Harvey is against the law and we will always do everything in our power to hold violators accountable,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a written statement.

“This latest settlement ensures that aggrieved consumers are repaid if they were victims of price gouging at the pumps.”

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