State settles lawsuit against repair company accused of scamming customers

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AAAA TV, Electronics and Vacuum in Centennial, Colorado

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced the settlement of a lawsuit against AAAA TV and Electronics Repair Thursday.

A Problem Solvers investigation first exposed the owner, Muhammed Murib, after we found he scammed several residents in metro Denver. We also caught him throwing personal customer information in his dumpster.

That led to an investigation by the Attorney General who found Murib charged consumers for repairs that were never done.

Under the settlement, Murib is permanently barred from performing electronics repairs.

He is also required to pay $400,000 to the state of Colorado and surrender three company vans worth about $90,000.

Related: Repair shop investigated by Problem Solvers ordered to shut down

Related: AAAA TV owner arrested, charged with fraud

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