State Attorney General Eric Schmitt has obtained restitution for customers from the owner of a Springfield fencing company.

The judgment says Missouri Fence Company LLC owner Justin Schmidt would take upfront deposits but would fail to complete jobs as promised or provide unsatisfactory work.

Schmidt is to repay $20,000 back to several customers and cannot operate or manage a construction service business.

That injunction will last a year or until the restitution is paid

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Today, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that his office has obtained and executed a consent judgment against Missouri Fence Company Springfield, LLC and its owner Justin P. Schmidt.

The lawsuit, previously filed by the Attorney General’s Office, alleged that Schmidt, through Missouri Fence Company, solicited upfront deposits from customers on the pretense that Schmidt would install fences at the customers’ respective residences. However, after being paid, Schmidt largely failed to install the fences as promised or otherwise performed minimal or unsatisfactory work.

The judgment directs Schmidt to pay back more than $20,000 in restitution to several consumers. The judgment also further prohibits Schmidt from operating or managing a residential construction services business. The injunction is to remain in place until Schmidt repays the full restitution or one year’s time

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