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Colorado will receive $1.8 million as part of a settlement with Lender Processing Services for past document execution practices to mortgage loan servicers. Attorney General John Suthers said that certain residential mortgage loan servicers asked people employed by LPS subsidiaries to sign or assist with the execution of mortgage-related documents – lost instrument affidavits, deed… Continue Reading Colorado receives $1.8m in mortgage document settlement

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Colorado has completed arrangements to distribute all the $51.17 million it received under the multistate settlement with the country’s five largest banks, said Attorney General John Suthers. The settlement fund was used statewide for homeowner relief and foreclosure-prevention programs. In the last two weeks, the state has finished distributing most of the money. “Seven months… Continue Reading Colorado distributes money from foreclosure settlement

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The Colorado attorney general, John Suthers, has joined a multi-state lawsuit against publishers and Apple on suspicion that they engaged in price fixing and other anti-competitive practices in the market for electronic books. Continue Reading Colo. AG joins multistate anti-trust suit against publishers, Apple

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is in Washington today as the state and others challenge the health care law. The Republican attorney general is in Washington is not arguing before the high court on the health law, but instead there to watch the proceedings. Colorado is one of 26 states that have challenged the law… Continue Reading Colorado AG in Washington to for high court’s proceedings on health care

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Financial planning and management consultants received the most consumer complaints last year, according to the Colorado attorney general’s office. That was followed by complaints about cable and satellite television utility providers, mail fraud, health and medical services and tanning salons. Consumers filed 7,297 complaints with the attorney general in 2011, a 12.9 percent increase over… Continue Reading Financial planners rack up most complaints in 2011

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Colorado Solicitor General Dan Domenico will argue his first case before the United States Supreme Court Monday. The case, Wood v. Wilvard, concerns whether or not a federal appellate court can raise the timeliness of a convicted felon’s habeas corpus petition, even if the issue was not decided at the district court level. The state… Continue Reading State’s solicitor general to argue before Supreme Court

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Westminster firm accused of fraudulent practices

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Attorney General John Suthers filed an administrative action against Westminster-based Prestige Financial Solutions. It alleges the firm and its principal, Amy Thompson of Westminster, engaged in fraudulent debt management practices. Prosecutors say the company did not comply with a series of disclosure requirements included in the Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act, including informing consumers… Continue Reading Westminster firm accused of fraudulent practices

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Colo. man sentenced for check fraud

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A Mesa County District Court has sentenced a man to 11 years and three months in the Colorado Department of Corrections for his role in a national check fraud ring, according to Colorado Attorney General John Suthers. Salvador Ramirez was accused of being part of a check fraud ring that used shell corporations Mount Rocky… Continue Reading Colo. man sentenced for check fraud

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Office Depot will refund 115 Colorado government agencies and nonprofit in connection with the sale of office supplies between January 2006 and March 2009, according to reports from Attorney General John Suthers. Under the agreement, Office Depot will refund up to $189,000. The AG alleges that the customers were placed on a higher-cost price plan… Continue Reading Office Depot to pay state, nonprofits $189,000

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Simply Done Immigration, a Colorado Springs-based business, and its owner Joseph Corrigan, have been barred from offering immigration services in Colorado, and must pay consumers $20,000 in restitution. The settlement was filed in El Paso County District Court, and claims that Simply Done Immigration sold consumers documents they could obtain for free from the U.S.… Continue Reading AG reaches deal with second Springs immigration service center

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