BEND, OR -- The Construction Contractors Board has levied more than $80,000 in fines against a Bend man who the agency says performed home inspections without a license. According to the CCB, Gregory Mason Miller used a license number belonging to a legitimate construction contractor with the same first and last name, along with the name of an unrelated business. He then advertised that he was licensed, bonded and insured.
Miller has performed dozens of inspections in recent months, in Central and Eastern Oregon. Consumer complaints triggered the CCB investigation, which is ongoing. He has been added to the board’s “Buyer Beware” list that warns the public of chronic offenders.