Sentenced for failing to convert campers

The former sole director of a New South Wales-based motorhome converter business has been sentenced to 15 months’ home detention after a court found he took more than $165,000 in payments to build motorhomes that were never delivered.

In a case brought by the NSW Office of Fair Trading, the former director admitted in Parramatta Local Court to obtaining a benefit by deception, failing to supply services and accepting money while he was bankrupt.

The business traded under the name ‘Stargazer RV Conversions’ until it was deregistered in April 2014. The court found vehicle conversions were not completed as outlined in quotes and consumers were forced to collect their vehicles unfinished after lengthy delays.

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