TDLR Releases New List Of Revoked Licenses
Complete TDLR list available online
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) has released the newest list of people who are no longer authorized to perform or offer to perform licensed services in Texas. This latest list includes actions TDLR has taken since August 2022 to safeguard consumers and protect public health and safety.
TDLR issued cease and desist orders against two massage establishments, two massage therapists and a vehicle storage facility in its latest Safeguarding Consumers campaign. The agency also revoked a massage establishment license and an air conditioning and refrigeration license.
Anyone listed on the Safeguarding Texans page is not authorized to perform, or offer to perform, licensed services in Texas. Please see https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/
Licenses Revoked Since September 2022
|Air Conditioning & Refrigeration||Daigle, Damian J.||Jersey Village|
|Massage Establishment||Wang, Shuh Sheng||Plano|
Cease and Desist Orders Issued Since August 2022
|Massage Establishment||Spa Goz||Houston|
|Massage Establishment||The Jade Sisters Group LLC||Huffman|
|Massage Therapy||Demarr, Thomas||Killeen|
|Massage Therapy||Quintero, Raul M., Jr.||San Antonio|
|Vehicle Storage Facility||Yousef, Alaa E.||Houston|
TDLR maintains a database so that consumers can protect themselves against using unlicensed service providers. To see ALL violations by licensees for the past two years – including license revocations, suspensions, and fines – search TDLR’s Administrative Orders database (https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/
To report unlicensed activity, or if you have a complaint against a TDLR licensee, file a complaint online: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/