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SF City Attorney spoofs "Call Me, Maybe"
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- If you think you've been ripped off by one of those pay-day advance loan companies, the San Francisco City Attorney's Office wants to remind you to take action and they're using a viral video to get the word out.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera appears in a parody of the popular Carly Rae Jepsen song "Call Me Maybe."
The city attorney's video "Pay Me, Maybe" reminds consumers of the Oct. 1 deadline to file claims in a $7.5 million statewide judgment against Money Mart and Loan Mart.
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