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Attorney General Josh Stein Sues Flooring Company For “Defrauding” North Carolinians

Source: Queen City News

Last week, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein filed a lawsuit against Flowers Flooring in Cornelius for allegedly defrauding North Carolinians. According to the lawsuit, the flooring company accepted payments for materials that were never delivered or floor installations that were not started or completed. 

No refunds were issued for its “failed promises,” AG Stein states. 

The Department of Justice has received over 80 complaints against the flooring company for their allegedly unlawful practices.

“People work hard for their money, and home renovations are expensive,” stated Attorney General Josh Stein, in a released statement. “I’m taking Flowers Flooring to court for failing to deliver on its promises, and so they can’t take advantage of any more North Carolinians.”

Back in August, WSOC investigated over 25 complaints against the flooring company. Customers interviewed were found to have lost a total of $242,000.

Attorney General Stein is seeking preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, restitution for consumers, civil penalties, and other monetary penalties, according to a released statement.

If you or someone you know has been impacted by businesses operating unlawfully, you can file a complaint with the DOJ at or call 1-877-5-NO-SCAM.


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