Tulsa woman charged with unfair trade practices

Wednesday, June 18th 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The Oklahoma Attorney General's Office has filed seven counts of unfair or deceptive trade practices against a Tulsa woman.

Aline G. Wollman, 39, is accused of bilking more than $13,600 from seven consumers in seven states.

Wollman, who owns Digital Systems Technology, advertised computer hardware, software, data conversion and other services on the Internet, Attorney General Drew Edmondson said in a news release.

She failed to provide the products and/or services for which she was paid, the attorney general alleged.

``Wollman required payment in advance for all products and services,'' Edmondson said. ``We allege she failed to provide what she promised.''

She is accused of scamming customers for amounts ranging from $109 to $3,794, prosecutors allege.

Wollman has not been arrested but is expected to surrender this week, the attorney general's office said.