Recent Enforcement Actions
Cease and Desist Orders
If a contractor is doing work without the proper licenses or a business is violating consumer fraud laws, the Consumer Protection division takes action to protect North Dakota consumers. If an unscrupulous business continues to operate outside the law, the Attorney General issues a Cease & Desist Order, banning it from doing business in this state and, if necessary, will take the business to court and obtain a Judgment against it.
- If you have information that a business is violating a Cease & Desist Order, report it to email@example.com.
|Action Date||Name||Business Name||Violations||File|
|August 16, 2017||Kevin Imlay, Kody Franklin||Unlicensed contractor||Download|
|February 28, 2017||Wayne Joseph Delorme, Jr.||3D Home Improvements||Unlicensed contractor||Download|
|February 23, 2017||Steven Robert Engebos||Great Plains Moving & Logistics, Integrity Movers, IDIS, Gary Hoffart||Consumer Fraud||Download|
|February 21, 2017||Deanna Perry||Protective Coatings||Consumer Fraud||Download|
|February 17, 2017||Glen Robert Collins||Tri City Building Services, Collins Handyman & Restoration||Unlicensed contractor||Download|
|December 23, 2016||James Millership||AshleyMadison.com, ADL Media, Inc., Ruby Corp, Ruby Life, Inc.||Deceptive advertising||Download|
|December 9, 2016||Mark Howard Patrick Carlson||MK Concrete & Construction, Kendra Kaye Meyers Carlson, see also: Perfection Construction||Unlicensed contractor||Download|
|November 23, 2016||Krystle Fay Lester||Elite Supplies,||Consumer Fraud||Download|
|September 16, 2016||Ryan Dietz||Today's Homework,||Unlicensed contractor||Download|
|August 24, 2016||Mandi Pankowski||Consumer Fraud||Download|