Gas prices are soaring and there is new concern about gas station owners rising prices even higher, hoping to make more profits.
Price gouging has been a big problem during the COVID pandemic and consumers are concerned.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel met with Local 4′s Consumer Investigator Hank Winchester to share information to protect consumers.
Watch the interview in the video player above.
Gas prices are higher than they’ve been in years with some people spending more than $4.30 a gallon in Metro Detroit.
The prices can vary at different locations and that is concerning to Nessel.
Nessel and her investigative team want to hear from consumers if they see prices that seem too high.
Michigan residents are urged to report any violation of the Consumer Protection Act online or by calling 877-765-8388.
Read: Complete Help Me Hank coverage