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$5.2M in Claims Filed Against Grain Trader to Date

Some claimants have separately filed civil actions in North Dakota district courts against Hunter Hanson

The North Dakota Public Service Commission says claimants have until early April to file loss claims against Hunter Hanson, who was ordered late last year to stop his grain trading businesses after complaints of his checks being returned for insufficient funds.

According to a report at AgWeek, Hanson was doing business from Devils Lake, ND, with a roving grain buyer license named Midwest Grain Trading and a warehouse license to NoDak Grain.

Earlier, the PSC said the deadlines for having claims arrive to the PSC was April 4, but the actual cut-off is dependent on publication dates of legal notices and can be adjusted by the PSC, said Konrad Crockford, director of compliance. The form for making complaints is available on the PSC website.

Read the full report at AgWeek.

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