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Construction Company's Bankruptcy Leaves Customers in Limbo

Big State Remodeling Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
AMARILLO -- A local business files for bankruptcy leaving many of its customers in limbo.

        "Big State Remodeling" filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy last month.  According to court documents, as many as 200 businesses and individuals may be affected.

        The bankruptcy filing indicates Big State Remodeling has as much as $10 million in liabilities.

        Prior to the bankruptcy, there were already signs the company was in trouble.

        In October of last year, the Better Business Bureau of the Texas Panhandle revoked their membership over unresolved issues.

        BBB CEO Janna Kiehl says Big State Remodeling had a total of 19 complaints filed against them before their membership was revoked

        Kiehl admits some of those problems may have been resolved but, because of the number of unresolved issues, their membership was yanked.

        Creditors with complaints against Big State Remodeling have 90 days from the bankruptcy filiing to file their claims

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