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    Rutledge Wins Judgment against Deceptive Roofing Company

    February 16, 2021

    Greenhagen Exteriors Ordered to pay $172,348 to Consumers and State

    LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the judgment against Chance and Samone Greenhagen and their company Greenhagen Exteriors, LLC of Little Rock for violations of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA). The Order states that Greenhagen is to pay $72,348 in consumer restitution, $100,000 in civil penalties, and the State’s costs and fees. Additionally, Greenhagen is enjoined from conducting any residential home improvement business until the restitution, civil penalties, fees, and costs are paid in full.

    “This judgment should serve as a warning to businesses looking to circumvent business practices to make a quick buck,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “I strongly advise Arkansans to contact my office any time a contractor fails to complete a project without getting a refund for work not completed.”

    Last May, Rutledge filed the lawsuit against Greenhagen on behalf of five consumers who paid almost $90,000 in advance for roofing and home improvement work. Consumers also filed complaints with the Arkansas Contractor’s Licensing Board, which revoked Greenhagen’s contractor’s licenses and issued a cease and desist order.

    If you are a consumer who has been impacted by the actions of Greenhagen or any other contractor, Rutledge encourages you to contact the Attorney General’s Office at (800) 482-8982.

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