By: CJ Cassidy
Many people are stepping up, saying the company cheated them and didn't deliver what they paid for. One woman says the company gives a whole new meaning to the phrase - grave robbing. "When I go, I'll be put beside my daughter," Eunice Campbell says.
Eunice already has a stone in place - but problem is, she may have to put up a fight before she ever thinks about attaining peace. "I wanted a vault," she says.
In fact both cemeteries owned by Mike Graham and Associates require some type of outer casket covering, so Eunice spent her hard earned money paying for a vault like this one, from the Texas company. "That's the only income I had was my social security and I put down payments on it," she says.
After finding out the company abandoned the cemeteries, and allegedly scammed dozens of others in Missouri two years ago, Eunice plans on buying another vault by cashing in her life insurance policies. "They seemed like they were so sincere had a good deal and everything," she says of company representatives.
Nunnelee worries about customers like Eunice who may have been robbed. "The public and funeral homes called and made complaints and let's just say finally when they get abandoned by owner, everyone jumps to get something done,' he says. "It made me so angry at first - I hurt so bad," Eunice says.