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Owners of kitchen remodeling business charged with theft and check fraud


Owners of kitchen remodeling business charged with theft and check fraud

Owners of kitchen remodeling business charged with theft and check fraud
News from The Denver Channel:

Denver – Criminal charges now face a husband and wife accused of leaving dozens of customers with unfinished kitchens and empty wallets.

Herman and Susan Hinojosa, owners of Kitchens 2 Go and Kitchens 4 Less, were charged Monday with theft and check fraud in Colorado’s 17th Judicial District.

An earlier CALL7 Investigation exposed the kitchen remodeling company’s questionable practices, that included leaving jobs unfinished and requiring payment in advance. 

After his bankruptcy hearing in February, Hinojosa told CALL7 Investigators, “I haven’t done anything wrong for criminal charges, ” but on Monday the couple was charged with 30 counts of theft, check fraud and theft from at-risk elder adults for taking funds for kitchen remodeling projects through their businesses.

The charges involve activity that began in April 2012 and continued through November 20, 2013, when the Hinojosas filed for bankruptcy. The charges allege that the couple required payment up front and then did little or no work. Herman admitted as much in February when he told CALL7 Investigators, “I took some of their money up…………… continues on The Denver Channel

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Getting The Most Out Of A Kitchen Remodel
News from Hutchinson News:

(NAPSI)—According to the U.S. Census Bureau, homeowners spent $ 130 billion on remodeling projects last year. If you hope to join them anytime soon, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. After all, a kitchen remodel can give you one of the best returns on investment as long as you know where to save and where to spend.

I help homeowners who dislike their kitchens evaluate all their options, from cabinets to countertops. Here are a few tips for a kitchen renovation that’s worth the time and investment.

• Play with color. You spend a lot of time in the kitchen and you want it to be an inviting, comfortable place. One way you can really spice things up and show your true personality is with paint. Go bold or lighten things up with your favorite wall color; it’s really up to you and your personal style. It’s also one of the most inexpensive things to change down the road, so don’t be afraid to go outside your comfort zone or experiment with the latest color trends.

• Mix and match materials. Combining materials of different textures—such as stainless steel, concrete and reclaimed wood—adds warmth and visual interest. Invest in a marble slab for baking prep and a coordinating laminate or solid surfacing on other surfac…………… continues on Hutchinson News

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