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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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The Colorado Attorney General has filed a counterclaim lawsuit against a series of Illinois and New York companies, accusing them of engaging in deceptive trade practices and unlicensed lending. John Suthers said the companies, which offer “settlement advances” for lawsuits, are a “growing issue in Colorado. Despite their labeling and assurances to the contrary, these… Continue Reading AG files counterclaim against two settlement-advance companies

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Colorado receives $210,000 from drug settlement

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Colorado will receive more than $210,000 as part of a settlement with Elan Corp. to resolve allegations the company improperly marketed its anti-epileptic drug Zonegran for off-label uses, said Attorney General John Suthers. Colorado’s share is part of a $101 million settlement that resolves allegations that Ireland-based Elan promoted the sale and use of the… Continue Reading Colorado receives $210,000 from drug settlement

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Health care suit spurs spirited Colorado contest

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Colorado’s elections for state attorney general usually are ho-hum affairs of civil debates and yard signs. Not this year. Federal health care policy and a Colorado serial killer are top issues in the race between Republican incumbent John Suthers and Democrat Stan Garnett, the Boulder County district attorney. Garnett jumped into the race after Suthers… Continue Reading Health care suit spurs spirited Colorado contest

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers will serve on the executive committee of a multistate effort looking at the integrity of foreclosure processes used by mortgage lenders and servicers in Colorado and across the country. The effort will probe allegations that lenders, loan servicers or their agents are submitting thousands of affidavits and other documents without… Continue Reading Foreclosure crisis: Suthers to join probe of lenders

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A federal arbitrator ruled that Kansas could reasonably reject Colorado’s compact compliance pipeline plan for the Republican River, even though a third state involved in the Republican River compact approved it. Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas all receive water from the river, and Colorado’s plan has been in arbitration for most of this year. Attorney General… Continue Reading Colorado “disappointed” with arbitration on Republican River

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The city won’t be made any richer from the sale of Memorial Health System to a for-profit hospital, but could reap the proceeds if it sells Memorial to a nonprofit system. That’s the word from Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, who presented his determination Tuesday afternoon at a meeting of the Commission on Governance and… Continue Reading AG: Sale of Memorial to a for-profit won’t make city richer

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