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An Indiana businesswoman is accused of taking her students for a ride.
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AURORA, Ind. -- An Indiana businesswoman is accused of taking her students for a ride.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said his office and Aurora police are investigating the K/C Driving School in Aurora after getting complaints from customers.
Zoeller’s office said customers have accused business owner Kimberly J. Cleeter of failing to provide services after taking their money.
The customers said Cleeter either didn’t provided the paid-for driving instruction or it was given without a required certification that they needed to present to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
The Indiana BMV said Cleeter’s license to operate a drive training school expired on June 30.
Zoeller said anyone who wants to take private driving instruction that is valied with the BMV should check www.in.gov/bmv/3016.htm for a list of approved trainers.
Customers who made payments do the school but didn’t receive services can file complaints at www.IndianaConsumer.com or by calling 1-800-382-5516 to request a complaint form be mailed or faxed to them.