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South Jordan warns of misleading compliance notices

South Jordan officials are warning Utah businesses of misleading “compliance” solicitations being sent through the mail.
South Jordan officials are warning Utah businesses of misleading “compliance” solicitations being sent through the mail.
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SOUTH JORDAN — City officials are warning Utah businesses of misleading “compliance” solicitations being sent through the mail.

Because the envelopes are marked “Compliance Division” and list a South Jordan return address, it may be perceived it is an official notice from the city. The solicitation notifies the recipient they may be involved in a “potential compliance violation” and to “please call immediately.” The business then solicits a recurring fee for services that are not typically needed.

If you unsure about the legitimacy of such a notice, recipients are encouraged to check directly with the government agency identified on the envelope or notification.

Any notifications sent by an official government agency will include an agency logo, city name, return address and phone number. If you have a question about a notification purporting to be from South Jordan, contact South Jordan City Hall, 1600 W. Towne Center Dr., South Jordan 84095 or by calling 801-446-4357.