they realized he was recycling the same excuses and stories as to why he could not come and finish the contracted work, even going so far as to use the same picture of the alleged car accident.
Furthermore, Young hired subcontractors to work on consumers’ homes but failed to pay them, resulting in these subcontractors writing collection letters to consumers and threatening to place liens on their homes. In total, these customers accrued damages from Young in the amount of $430,637.
The Attorney General has asked the court to bar Young from working again in this capacity; to return payments to customers; to pay $10,000 for each violation of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act; to pay all attorney fees; and all other just and proper relief to which the state may be entitled.
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