RALEIGH, N.C. (Legal Newsline) — North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has announced Antiquities Vending Company and owner Alan Huffman have been temporarily banned from operating in the state after allegations of repeatedly failing to complete work or return antiques to consumers.
Mooser Moto, LLC has been banned from doing business in North Carolina after it allegedly failed to provide vehicles to consumers who either paid for the vehicles upfront or provided substantial deposits, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced on Tuesday.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper filed a complaint in Wake County Superior Court Wednesday seeking to ban a mortgage broker from working in the state after he allegedly took fees from consumers but didn’t deliver on promised services.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper received a court order last week that bars Fat Sound Guitar and Musical Company, Inc. and its owner from doing business in the state after it allegedly failed to deliver purchased products.
Attorney General Roy Cooper filed a brief in the North Carolina Supreme Sourt on Monday attempting to prevent Aqua North Carolina from raising rates without first having to go through the entire approval process.
A North Carolina paver, who allegedly scammed customers in a driveway paving scheme, is now banned from paving or graveling in the state, according to an announcement by North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper on Friday.
Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, a Chicago-based company, has been banned from providing debt-relief services in North Carolina as part of a settlement announced by Attorney General Roy Cooper on Monday.