AG Derek Schmidt: Oklahoma pavers temporarily banned from doing business in Kansas

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TOPEKA – (February 1, 2018) – A group of Oklahoma pavers has been temporarily banned from doing business in Kansas pending the outcome of a lawsuit filed last week alleging violations of consumer protection laws, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Defendants Cherry Cooper, Harry Cooper, Harry Cooper Jr., and Robert Cooper, doing business as A.L. Paving Contractors, Paving Contractors, Asphalt Paving and JJ Paving, all of Spiro, Okla., are accused of violating the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) by soliciting paving services door-to-door, failing to notify consumers of their three-day right to cancel the transaction and cashing their checks prior to the five-day waiting period. The defendants are accused of violating these provisions...

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AG Derek Schmidt: Oklahoma pavers temporarily banned from doing business in Kansas

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