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Home Repair Fraud

St. Louis, MO: (Nov-30-07) Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon's office brought charges against Eric Karl Moore, the owner of Moore General Contracting and Inspection Compliance Service, a St. Louis home repair business, alleging that he provided substandard services to customers. The lawsuit claimed that Moore contracted with at least 18 St. Louis-area consumers to provide home repair or remodeling services and took payments for the work that ranged from $425 to $27,000. Moore failed to begin work or began work before obtaining necessary permits; began work but failed to complete the job or provide refunds; or completed work on a project that was of a substandard nature.

As part of a settlement reached with state officials, Eric Karl Moore agreed to pay a total of $81,495 in restitution and costs to resolve allegations. Under the agreement, he is permanently prohibited from advertising and selling home repair services in the state of Missouri. [ST. LOUIS BUSINESS JOURNAL: HOME REPAIR FRAUD]

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Published on Dec-3-07


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