• AG Schmidt: T-Mobile customers in Kansas eligible for refunds under national settlement

    T-Mobile customers in Kansas who were charged for third-party services on their mobile phone bills without their consent are eligible to receive refunds as part of a multi-state settlement reached earlier this week, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.

    T-Mobile customers: Learn more about how to obtain a refund.
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  • AG Schmidt, Kansas Department of Agriculture work to combat cattle theft

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Department of Agriculture have entered into a joint agreement to increase the state’s efforts to combat cattle theft, the agencies announced today.
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  • AG Schmidt: Satellite radio provider to pay for violating Kansas consumer protection laws

    The nation’s largest satellite radio provider has agreed to repay consumers after being accused of violating state consumer protection laws, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.

    Click here to file a complaint.
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  • Consumer Corner: Give wisely during holiday season

    By Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt

    The holiday season is once again upon us. As we gather with our families to give thanks for our blessings over the past year, it is also the time of year we especially think of those in need.

    Unfortunately, while there are many fine charitable organizations in our state worthy of our support, there are also scam artists who know that this is a tempting time of year to take advantage of Kansans’ giving spirit.
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  • AG Schmidt, federal authorities crack down on home health care fraud in Kansas

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Office of Inspector General have joined forces to crack down on home health care fraud in Kansas and have obtained their first criminal conviction from the joint operation, both offices announced today.
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  • Consumer Corner: Telephone imposters look to get into your wallet

    When your telephone rings, you expect the person on the other end of the line to tell you who they are and why they are calling you. But scammers are coming up with more elaborate ways of fooling you into thinking they are someone else.
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  • AG Schmidt: More than 14,000 concealed carry applications in 2014 fiscal year

    The attorney general’s office received more than 14,000 applications for concealed carry licenses in the recently ended 2014 fiscal year, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.
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  • AG Schmidt sues medical-alert device companies for violating No Call Act

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has sued a group of Utah-based medical device companies for violating the Kansas Do Not Call Act.
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