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Jeweler Banned from Kansas Ordered to Pay Over $7,000


A Washington man selling jewelry has been permanently banned from doing business in Kansas after being found in violation of Kansas consumer protection laws. Attorney General Derek Schmidt says Kurt Miller, who did business as Gold Rush Jewelry & Coin, has been ordered to refund $6,693 to a Kansas consumer, as well as pay a civil penalty and reimburse the attorney general’s office for the cost of its investigation.


District Judge Richard Anderson entered the judgment in Shawnee County District Court after Miller failed to respond to a lawsuit filed by the attorney general’s office in October. Schmidt has accused Miller of accepting payment from a Kansas consumer for a custom diamond ring but failing to deliver the product or a refund to the consumer when it was not delivered.

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