Clients of Dennis Bailey’s check-cashing organizations in Fordyce have now been hauled into hot-check court, obligated to spend court costs they should not have experienced to pay for, or invested time in prison for crimes they did not commit, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge contends.
Bailey decided on 8 to settle a consumer-protection lawsuit the attorney general had filed against him a year ago in Pulaski County Circuit Court july. Circuit Judge Mary McGowan finalized down in the contract.
In signing the contract, Bailey admitted to no liability or wrongdoing. Reached by phone at one of his true Fordyce companies on Bailey declined comment tuesday.
Beneath the contract, Bailey will probably pay $50,000 that’ll be disbursed to a number that is undetermined of’s clients who have been harmed, in accordance with Rutledge’s workplace.Detalles