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Pair of Salesmen Banned in 1998 Spotted in KS

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Attorney General Derek Schmidt says a pair of door-to-door meat salesmen who have been operating in Kansas are banned from selling meat in the state because of consumer protection violations. The Wichita Eagle reports that Rodney Creighton and Christopher Maselka were operating under the name America's Choice in 1998 when a court instituted the ban. Schmidt's office says it has received reports the two have been operating in Kansas under a variety of names that include Iowa Steak, Direct Foods or Ur Local Butcher. Anyone selling meat door to door is required to inform customers of a three-day right to cancel and must also have a retail meat license from the state.


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