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The State of New Jersey has initiated legal action against Amazon, alleging that the company engaged in unconscionable commercial practices, misrepresentation, and deception as defined under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act. These alleged practices include artificially inflating product prices, making representations about customer-centricity and low prices, and limiting consumer choice. Each instance of these practices constitutes a separate violation of the CFA. The State of New Jersey seeks remedies such as injunctive relief, costs, attorney's fees, and other appropriate remedies as determined by the court. This case centers on Amazon's conduct in connection with the sale and advertisement of merchandise.