A telemarketer that targeted Oregonians, primarily retirees, has agreed to give refunds to all of its customers in Oregon. “U.S. Doc Assist” would sell online businesses with the promise of steady income for little hands on work. Jeff Manning, in the Oregon Attorney Generals Office, says the victims would then be hit up to buy add-ons, which cost from $2,000- $50,000. They don't know how many Oregonians bought into the scheme. The company is giving refunds and paying a $400,000 fine to the state. For information on the refunds go to the Oregon Attorney Generals website.