Sephora USA Inc. Pays the State of Indiana $159,349 to Settle Fraud Allegations

by Andrew Murray | May 28th, 2019

On May 8, 2019, State of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced a fraud settlement with Sephora Inc. USA. The press release states:

The lawsuit alleged that Sephora, which specializes in cosmetics and other beauty products, violated the Indiana False Claims Act by making false statements in connection with its failure to collect gross retail taxes on shipping and handling charges for its internet sales to Indiana consumers.

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This investigation and settlement resulted from the coordinated efforts of the Litigation Division of the Office of the Attorney General. This case is captioned State of Indiana ex rel. Stephen B. Diamond P.C. v. Sephora USA, Inc., Cause No. 49D13-1602-PL004602.

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