Topeka auto dealer accused of consumer violations, temporarily banned from operating

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TOPEKA – (November 8, 2017) – A Topeka auto dealer has been sued for violating state consumer protection laws and is temporarily banned by court order from doing business in Kansas while the lawsuit proceeds, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today. Justin Bogina, of Tecumseh, and his business, Auto Acceptance Center Corp., of Topeka, have been temporarily ordered to refrain from conducting business related to the sale of property or services within the state of Kansas. Chief Judge Evelyn Wilson issued the temporary restraining order Monday in Shawnee County District Court. Attorney General Schmidt last week filed a lawsuit against Bogina and his company alleging multiple and recurring violations of Kansas consumer protection law over the...

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