Disciplinary Results ACT Auctions NCAL# 9760 (Mt. Pleasant, NC)
Andrew Raymond Weber voluntarily surrendered Auctioneer License #9579 and Auction Firm License #9760 (ACT Auctions) pursuant to a Consent Agreement with the Board effective December 17, 2018.
Alexander, Peter Elie NCAL# 9370 (Harkers Island, NC)
Per a settlement agreement and consent order, the license of Peter E. Alexander was suspended for three (3) months for violation of NCGS 85B-7 (a) No licensee shall conduct an auction in this State without first having a written contract with the owner of any property to be sold. The effective dates of the suspension are November 1, 2017 through January 31, 2018.
Andrus, Paul Spencer NCAL# 9516 (Elizabeth City, NC)
Pursuant to a Consent Order entered into between the licensees and the Board, Corner Market Auctions, Spencer Andrus, and Melyssa Durren each received a ninety (90) day suspension for violations of N.C.G.S. 85B-7(a) involving signed contracts and N.C.G.S. 85B-7.1(a) involving signed settlement statements. The suspensions were abatable to zero (0) days suspensions if the licensees successfully completed certain auction law educational requirements and paid a civil penalty to the Board in the amount of $250.00 prior to May 9, 2020. The conditions were met, and the suspensions were fully abated on May 1, 2020.
Auctions and Antiques, LLC NCAL# 8957 (Harkers Island, NC)
Per a settlement agreement and consent order, the license of Auctions and Antiques, LLC was suspended for three (3) months for violation of NCGS 85B-7 (a) No licensee shall conduct an auction in this State without first having a written contract with the owner of any property to be sold. The effective dates of the suspension are November 1, 2017 through January 31, 2018.
Auctions Worldwide, Inc. NCAL# 7672 (Milford, CT)
Effective April 11, 2005, Auctions Worldwide, Inc.'s auction firm license was revoked for one violation of making a false statement or giving any false information in connection with an application for renewal of a license; for four violations of failing to properly make disclosures required by 21 NCAC 4B .0405; for four violations of failing to report in writing to the Board any and all civil suits involving them that are based upon any allegation of gross negligence, dishonesty, fraud, misrepresentation or incompetency, or that in any way involve an auction sale or a transaction related to an auction matter or auctioneering; and for one violation of failing to notify the Board in writing of each change or addition of residence or business address within 10 days of the occurrence of such change. Auctions Worldwide, Inc. waived their right to appeal as allowed by law and agreed to the Board`s findings of violations.