Judge orders car restoration company KCK to reimburse customers
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) – A Wyandotte County judge has ordered an auto restoration company in Kansas City, Kansas, to reimburse its customers.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt said a Kansa City auto restoration company was ordered to reimburse two Kansas customers nearly $ 8,000 after it was found to violate Kansas consumer protection laws.
According to Schmidt, Wyandotte County District Court Judge William Mahone ordered 4-5-6 Chevy Trucks LLC to pay $ 7,925 in restitution to consumers after the defendant failed to respond to the lawsuit. ‘AG and did not appear in court. He said the judge also ordered the company to pay $ 60,000 in civil fines and to pay the costs of the attorney general’s investigation. He said the company was not allowed to do business in Kansas until the restitution was fully paid.
AG Schmidt said it filed a complaint against the company in October 2019 after two customers claimed the company did not provide parts or restoration services on their vehicles. He said customers prepaid for their services as early as 2015 and tried to contact the company about the status of their transactions. He said after not seeing any progress on their projects, clients requested refunds, which the company did not provide.
A copy of the judgment can be found here.
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