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A Bend woman is among a dozen owed thousands of dollars after a surrogacy center in the Portland area suddenly shut down.
After the business shut down in April, a judge ordered Jeri Chambers, the owner of The Greatest Gift Surrogacy Center, to pay more than $173,000.
Chambers admitted taking money from people who were paying for a surrogate to carry a child for them. She allegedly did not follow through with the service and spent the money on other things.
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