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  10:15 a.m. DECEMBER 19, 2016
Reeder Chevrolet and others fined by TDCI for deceptive acts and unlicensed activity



KNOXVILLE — The November 2016 Disciplinary Action Report has been released by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance’s Division of Regulatory Boards.

The health and safety of citizens is protected by the The Division of Regulatory Boards through boards, commissions and programs by ensuring that persons meet minimum professional standards, by responsively and timely handling complaints and by providing consumer education on regulated professions and industries. These boards, commissions and programs are empowered to take disciplinary action – including revocation of licenses and assessment of civil penalties – against license holders found guilty of violating laws governing their professions.

The division serves over 230,000 active licensees in 22 professions. The division’s boards include the Motor Vehicle Commission, the Real Estate Commission, the Board of Funeral Directors & Embalmers, and the Cosmetology & Barber Examiners Board, among others.

Regulatory Boards Disciplinary Action Report November 2016


Respondent: A2Z Auto Sales, Knoxville
Violation: Deceptive Acts, Possession of Open Titles, and Failure to Produce Business Records
Action: $1250 Civil Penalty
11/23/16

Respondent: Affordable Autos, Inc., Knoxville
Violation: Issuing more temp tags than allowable
$500 Civil Penalty
11/18/16

Respondent: Reeder Chevrolet, Knoxville
Violation: 1x Deceptive Act
$1000 Civil Penalty
11/04/16

Respondent: Mark Stephens, Sevierville
Real Estate Commission
Violation: Unlicensed Activity
$1700 Civil Penalty and $925 Court Costs
08/31/16

Respondent: Karen Stephens, Sevierville
Real Estate Commission
Violation: Unlicensed Activity
$1700 Civil Penalty and $925 Court Costs
08/31/16


Published December 19, 2016








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