The Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection filed a civil lawsuit against a Middletown Township wedding videographer accused of failing to deliver wedding video products and services promised to and paid for by consumers in a timely manner or at all.
Attorney General Linda Kelly identified the defendant as Kenneth Stillman Jr., doing business as Kenneth Stillman Video, 1970 Veterans Highway, Unit F-3, Levittown, Bucks County.
Kelly said that Stillman has been marketing and selling wedding videography products and services since at least September 2005.
The lawsuit accuses the defendants of:
- Failing to deliver goods and provide services for which consumers paid.
- Failing to deliver goods and provide services in a timely manner.
- Failing to respond to consumers’ complaints and status requests.
- Failing to properly respond to consumers’ refund requests.
- Failing to provide refunds.
The complaint asks the court to require the defendant to:
- Pay full restitution to eligible consumers who have filed complaints or who come forward with complaints in the case.
- Pay civil penalties of $1,000 per violation.
- Permanently enjoin the defendant from violating Pennsylvania’s Consumer Protection Law.
- Pay the Commonwealth’s investigation costs.
Kelly urged consumers who suspect that they may be entitled to restitution in this case to contact the Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection at 1-800-441-2555 to file a complaint. Consumers with access to the Internet may file a complaint electronically by visiting www.attorneygeneral.gov.
The lawsuit was filed in Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. The case is being litigated by Deputy Attorney General Saverio P. Mirarchi of the Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection.