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Company Barred from Operating in Kansas

Derek-Schmidt-150x150The Kansas attorney general’s office says an environmental services company has to repay about $2,400 after the company was accused of sending false billings to four cities in Kansas.

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office says in a release Wednesday that the attorney general’s office has entered into a consent judgment with Commercial Maintenance Chemical Corporation under the Kansas False Claims Act. The New York-based company was accused of sending false billings to four cities in Kansas after delivering free samples and unordered products.

The consent judgment demands repayment to Emporia, Cawker City, Wilson and Concordia and prohibits Commercial Maintenance Chemical Corporation from operating in Kansas again.

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