Native service suppliers lose state licenses, ordered to cease companies


The Texas Division of Licensing and Regulation, TDLR, launched Monday its most up-to-date record of individuals now not approved by the state to carry out licensed companies, together with cosmetology, air con and refrigeration and electrical work.

“Whether or not it’s a revocation, stop and desist order or everlasting injunction, folks working in professions and industries with out the correct license can pose a threat to your well being, your security and your pockets,” Brian Francis, government director of TDLR, mentioned in an announcement.

The division recommends shoppers test that somebody they plan to rent has an lively license at https://www. tdlr.texas.gov/cimsfo/fosearch. asp. Service suppliers in Cameron County who can now not present companies

embrace:

★ Antonio Rodriguez of Brownsville —TDLR ordered him to instantly stop and desist from “appearing as, impersonating performing or providing to offer work as air con and refrigeration contractor” till he obtains the required license.

★ Jose Luis Hernandez, Port Isabel — TDLR ordered him to instantly stop

and desist from “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing to carry out work as contractor” with out first acquiring the required electrical contractor’s license.

Service suppliers in Hidalgo County who can now not present companies embrace:

★ Lizzet Martinez of Pharr (Licenses: 777162, 769153, 1432248) — TDLR revoked her cosmetology magnificence salon, esthetician/ manicure salon and manicurist licenses in February after she did not adjust to the division’s earlier order.

★ Victor M. Garcia of Mission (License: 364081) —TDLR revoked his apprentice electrician license in February as a result of he was convicted of against the law dedicated inside 5 years of his renewal utility that “instantly pertains to the duties and obligations of the licensed occupation.”

★ Jose Feliciano Banda De Leon of Peñitas — TDLR issued him a stop and desist order in January to instantly cease “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing” to offer work as an air con and refrigeration contractor as a result of he doesn’t have a license.

★ Roberto Hernandez of Mission — TDLR issued him a stop and desist order in January to instantly cease “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing” to offer work as an air con and refrigeration contractor as a result of he doesn’t have a license.

★ Alfredo Lopez of Edinburg — TDLR issued him a stop and desist order in December 2018 to instantly cease “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing” to offer work as contractor as a result of he doesn’t have a license.

★ Juventino N. Perez Roblero of Weslaco — TDLR issued him a stop and desist order in December 2018 to instantly cease “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing” to offer work as contractor as a result of he doesn’t have a license.

★ Mario Alberto Salazar of McAllen — TDLR issued him a stop and desist order in December 2018 to instantly cease “appearing as, impersonating, performing or providing” to offer work as contractor as a result of he doesn’t have a license.

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