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Kitchen remodeling business, Kitchen 2 Go, files bankruptcy leaving unfinished …


Kitchen remodeling business, Kitchen 2 Go, files bankruptcy leaving unfinished …

Kitchen remodeling business, Kitchen 2 Go, files bankruptcy leaving unfinished …
News from The Denver Channel:

DENVER – A local kitchen remodeling business has filed for bankruptcy, leaving customers with unfinished kitchens.

Herman and Susan Hinojosa were the owners of the Denver area kitchen remodeling businesses Kitchens 2 Go and Kitchens 4 Less. On Nov.  20, 2013 they filed for bankruptcy, leaving a string of customers with unfinished kitchens, questioning their recourse. Now customers, who paid thousands of dollars upfront, are hoping to recover their money as creditors in the bankruptcy.

On Jan.  29, over 40 creditors with claims against the Hinojosas had the opportunity to ask the couple what happened to their money. Family members, former employees and other business owners took turns questioning the Hinojosas. They asked why their kitchens were stripped and left unsafe; why they their cabinets and countertops were never ordered and if they will ever see their money again.

Creditors have no guarantee if they will be repaid the money they are owed, but in this case many are upset Hinojosa was permitted to operate the business at all.

One of the creditors who lost thousands of dollars with Kitchens 2 Go said “It’s a crooked organization. I’m really concerned about anybody else ever having to deal with these type of people. They’ve been doing it for years.”

This is the second time the Hinojosa’s have filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the last…………… continues on The Denver Channel

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