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Phone Scam Alert

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The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation received reports of a man calling TDLR license holders to demand money or payment via Green Dot MoneyPak cards. The caller says the license holder must pay for a class as part of a TDLR penalty, and threatens to close the business. The ...

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Huntsville Restaurant Inspections – September 2017

Routine health inspections from the city of Huntsville for the month of September 2017 1. 3 Spoons Yogurt                                                                  ...

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Local Retailer on TABC Delinquent List

A local retailer has landed on the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission’s (TABC) most recent Credit Law Delinquent List. According to the TABC website, liquor wholesalers are required to report any retailers with delinquent accounts; that information is used to compile the Credit Law Delinquent List. After the effective date of ...

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DBA Filings – September 2017

Assumed Names (doing business as) filed in Walker County, Texas during the month of September 2017 Assumed Name Owner 1 Owner 2 1 Deep Clothing Olawaiye, Ayodele Matthew Allen’s Tire & Service Center Allen, Ronald Bearkat Storage Solutions Simmen, Will Collins, Jim Brian Keith Johnson Jr Johnson, Keith B Brock/Franklin ...

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Huntsville Restaurant Inspections – August 2017

Routine health inspections from the city of Huntsville for August 2017 1. 12th Street Bar                                                                        ...

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Texas Reaches $2 Million Settlement with Fraudulent Lead Generation Company

Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Texas secured an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance (AVC) with LowerMyBills, a lead generation company that misled consumers toward Credit Alliance Group (CAG), which falsely advertised its accreditation and debt management process. This AVC secured $2 million in restitution for eligible consumers. The attorney general’s ...

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Beware of Buying Flood-Damaged Vehicles in Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Texas Attorney General issues consumer alert Attorney General Ken Paxton today is advising any Texan considering a used car purchase to be wary of vehicles for sale that might have suffered flood damage from Hurricane Harvey. It’s estimated that between 500,000 and one million automobiles were submerged in floodwaters during ...

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DBA Filings – August 2017

Assumed Name (doing business as) filings in Walker County during the month of August 2017 Assumed Name Owner 1 Owner 2 A & W Services Holbrook, Aaron Wallace, Jacob Advantage Sign Services Dimmick, Michael All Risk Insurance Hawley, Rebecca Gaines Awesome Guys Professional Cleaning Bruso, Jonathan O Breier Construction Breier, ...

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Comptroller’s Office Extends Tax Deadline in Counties Affected by Hurricane Damage

Most businesses in federally declared disaster areas affected by Hurricane Harvey will be granted a 30-day extension to file August and quarterly sales and use tax reports, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today. The extension is for taxpayers not required to file electronic tax returns. Taxpayers aren’t required to report electronically if they paid ...

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State Waiving Requirements, Extending Deadlines for Certain Licensees

As Texans respond to the ongoing disaster caused by Hurricane Harvey, TDLR is reaching out to help those in the affected areas. During this difficult time, we are streamlining procedures to help our licensees and small businesses recover as quickly as possible. Governor Greg Abbott’s disaster proclamation includes the following ...

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