Fraud Charges Levied against Manufactured Home Seller

A Shannon, North Carolina man has been charged with defrauding 45 people of $437,702 by not delivering manufactured homes they had purchased, and is in jail under a $800,000 secured bond. Bradley Malcolm McMillian, 38, is facing two counts of obtaining more than $100,000 worth of property by false pretense, nine counts of selling manufactured homes without a license, and obtaining property by false pretense. NC Attorney General Roy Cooper filed a lawsuit in June 2012 against McMillian, after 52 consumer complaints were filed about McMillian Properties. Banned by a consent judgment from doing business in Robeson County, the informs MHProNews McMillian has also been ordered to pay $100,000 in civil penalties.

(Photo credit:–Bradley Malcolm McMillian)

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