A Polk County judge on Friday ordered a Phoenix-based telemarketing company and its owner to permanently cease all contact with Iowans in connection with its telephone sales of household products using sales pitches focused on helping disabled workers. Polk County Judge Richard G. Blane II issued the order against American Handicapped & Disadvantaged Workers Inc. and its owner, Adli Najib Dasuqi, 62, who has recently listed addresses in Waterford, Mich., and Scottsdale, Ariz. The order, through a consent judgment, covers both telemarketing calls and charitable solicitations to Iowa residents. The order resolves a consumer fraud lawsuit that Attorney General Tom Miller filed in September. Miller's lawsuit against AHDW, a for-profit company with locations in Arizona, California, and Michigan, had alleged that the operation telemarketed light bulbs, trash bags, and other household items using sales pitches in which callers claimed to be "handicapped."