SAN FRANCISCO —A series of different scams that have victimized operators here, elsewhere in Northern California and nationwide, resulting in millions of dollars in losses, has come to light with disclosures and warnings from state, industry and police officials. The California Restaurant Association this month alerted members that official-looking but bogus letters sent to operators from the “California Food Service ...
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