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Saturday, September 6, 2008

Modular Home Company Allegedly Took Money/Didn't Deliver

Attorney General Corbett announces consumer protection lawsuit against Cambria County modular home business

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Tom Corbett today announced the filing of a consumer protection lawsuit against a Cambria County company and its owners, who are accused of failing to deliver modular or manufacturer homes that had been purchased by consumers, not ordering homes for consumers who made down payments, failing to provide refunds for non-delivered goods or services and other violations of Pennsylvania's consumer protection law.

Corbett said the civil lawsuit was filed by the Attorney General's Bureau of Consumer Protection against Thomas L. Seaman and Tina D. Seaman,154 Popish Road, Portage, and their company, Triple "T" Construction, doing business as Sunrise Mobile Homes, 1169 Plank Road, Carroltown, Cambria County. The company sold modular and manufactured homes, along with home installation services, to consumers in Cambria, Indiana and surrounding counties.

"Buying a home is one of the most important and most expensive purchases that most consumers will ever make," Corbett said. "It is totally unacceptable to take money from consumers with the promise of providing them with a new home, only to leave those people homeless and empty-handed."

Corbett said that the Seaman's are accused of accepting more than $183,000 in payments for homes that were not delivered or not properly titled to consumers. More...

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