Disciplinary Results

Second (2nd) Chance Furniture  NCAL# 9400  (Bunn, NC)

Effective April 13, 2015, 2nd Chance Furniture's Auction Firm License #9400 was revoked for the following; failure to sign an auction contract, failure to pay seller for property sold at auction, and failure to respond to complaint. This is a violation N.C.G.S. 85B-7(a) and N.C.G.S. 85B-8 (a)(10).


Sigmon, James T.   NCAL# 6012  (Stanley, NC)

Effective December 22, 1999, Mr. Sigmon's auctioneer license was suspended indefinitely for failing to notify the Board of two felony warrants, for falsely answering statements on renewal applications, for providing a check for renewal on a closed account and for failing to provide documents or information required by the Board. Following an investigation into this matter, the Board found probable cause to suspend or revoke Mr. Sigmon's auctioneer license and referred the matter to the Office of Administrative Hearings as prescribed by Chapter 150B. Mr. Sigmon failed to respond as required and the Board suspended Mr. Sigmon's license indefinitely as allowed by law.


Smith, Eric H.  NCAL# 7565  (Reidsville, NC)

February 26, 2005, Mr. Smith's auctioneer license was revoked for failure to properly make any disclosures or to provide documents or information required by this Chapter or by the Commission; for failure to completely cooperate with any investigation; and for engaging in unprofessional conduct. Eric Smith waived his right to appeal as allowed by law and agreed to the Board's findings of the violations.


Smith, Cynthia Kaye  NCAL# 7208  (Hillsborough, NC)

Cynthia Kaye Smith voluntarily surrendered her auctioneer license effective December 17, 2015.

On August 11, 2014 Ms. Smith's auctioneer license was suspended for 12 months with 11 months suspended after the following conditions are met: a) Label trust/escrow account as such; b) No ATM or check card associated with trust/escrow account and only check disbursements be made from such account c) Provide an Affidavit acknowledging the viewing of the Auctioneer Licensing Boards Law/Rules Video; d) Obtain settlement statement from complainant; and, e) 90 days to complete above conditions and no violations are to be committed during this period of suspension. This is based on violation of G.S. 85B-7.1(a); G.S. 85B-8(a)(3); and, 21 NCAC 4B .0603(e).Cynthia Smith waived her right to appeal as allowed by law and agreed to the Board's findings of the violations.