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North Bay wildfires: 6 landlords charged with price gouging

Property owners allegedly asked fire victims to bid against each other A few says after fires erupted in Sonoma County on the night of October 8, at least six landlords allegedly increased the price of their rentals in order to make money off of displacement of fire victims. Per Press Democrat, the charges are as follows: Marjie Moulana and Fourouzan Moulana reportedly increased the price on their Rohnert Park rental 32 percent from $2,650 a month to $3,500 a month.
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