AG says company to pay $110,00 for no-call violations

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act.

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says Judson Enterprises Inc., doing business as K-Designers of Gold River, California, agreed to a consent judgment that was approved Monday by a Shawnee County district judge.

The attorney general’s office started investigating K-Designers in 2013 after receiving a complaint from a Manhattan resident who was on the no-call list. In all, four people filed complaints with Schmidt’s office and 34 filed complaints with the Federal Trade Commission.

Schmidt says the company’s telemarketers were calling Kansas residents on the no-call list and failing to end the call when the consumer declined its offer.

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