New Jersey man permanently banned from doing business in Kansas

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TOPEKA – (April 17, 2018) – A New Jersey man is permanently banned from doing business in Kansas after falsely billing several Kansas school districts for textbooks, Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Robert Armstrong, of Franklinville, N.J., is permanently enjoined from doing business in the State of Kansas , including but not limited to submitting any claims for approval, engaging in consumer transactions, engaging in door-to-door sales; and from violating the Kansas Charitable Organizations Act. The consent judgment, approved last week by Shawnee County District Judge Franklin Theis, resolves a lawsuit filed by Schmidt in 2015. Armstrong was recently released from federal prison, allowing Kansas to resume its civil case against Armstrong....

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New Jersey man permanently banned from doing business in Kansas

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