New Jersey contractor hit with $6.3 million fine, barred from the industry

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The state intends to seize and liquidate his assets to repay customers that were victimized

June 09, 2015

New Jersey fined a Rutherford remodeler $6.3 million and barred him from working in the home-improvement industry. The unusually high penalty stemmed from 571 violations of consumer protection laws. The contractor, Anthony Pizza, owned two home-improvement companies that customers accused of leaving work unfinished, refusing to refund their money, and damaging their homes. The state intends to seize and liquidate his assets to repay customers that were victimized.

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