Mark Iandolo May 4, 2016, 2:13pm

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Legal Newsline) — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced his office has sued Columbus-based 5 Star Remodeling LLC and owner Robert Turnquest for alleged violations of the state’s Consumer Sales Practice Act.

5 Star Remodeling offers home remodeling and repair goods and services in Ohio. The company allegedly failed to deliver on promised services to consumers in the state.

“In this case, we found that consumers paid thousands of dollars for work they never received,” DeWine said. “We’re seeking recovery for affected consumers and protection for other consumers so they don’t experience the same problems.”  

DeWine’s office received three complaints about the defendants from consumers in Franklin County and Harrison County. Consumers alleged they paid the company for home improvement work that never was completed.

DeWine will seek reimbursement for consumers, an injunction to stop potential violations of the state’s Consumer Sales Practices Act and civil penalties.

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