The state attorney general has filed a lawsuit in Defiance County against four people who allegedly ran an unregistered business that sold fishing lures it regularly failed to deliver and enrolled customers in a monthly fee-based subscription service they never agreed to join.

In a news release issued Friday, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said that to date, 84 consumers have filed complaints against the National Anglers Association (NAA), operated by Cole Dockery, Jakob Schoenauer, Alexandria McGlaughlin and Wyatt Puffinberger, all of northwest Ohio. NAA is not registered as a business with the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office, nor is it affiliated with the legitimate National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA).

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