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NJ Contractor Forced to Reimburse $160,000 after Over-Billing

More than 100 municipalities, utilities authorities, public works departments and other public entities have been reimbursed nearly $160,000 by a government contractor accused of over-billing.

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“Roofing Police” Under Arrest; $7.7M Judgement Filed Against NJ Contractor

A Garwood man is barred from managing or owning any business in New Jersey after the Attorney General and State Division of Consumer Affairs announced a $7.7 million judgement against him.  Under terms of the judgement, John Kot and the companies, including Roofing Police, Inc., can no longer perform home improvement work. in the Garden State.

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