- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - An off-road vehicle seller is barred by the N.C. Attorney General’s office from doing business in the state after collecting more than $400,000 in payments and deposits and failing to deliver vehicles as promised.

A Wake County Superior Court has signed off on Attorney General Roy Cooper’s request to permanently bar Barry T. Moose, Jr. of Statesville and Mooser Moto LLC from advertising, selling or collecting payments.

Moose and his company, Riders Wholesale, also have to pay more than $438,000 in refunds.

The attorney general’s office says consumers were often asked to pay by check or wire funds directly from their bank account. But consumers never got the vehicles they paid for and couldn’t get refunds when they asked. Vehicles that were delivered were either damaged or in bad shape.


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