GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Bray Property Management responded to a recent request from KREX to comment on a story we published involving Debra Campbell of Grand Junction and a wire fraud scam involving her company, A Better Alternative Management. The story, published Monday detailed Campbell’s sentencing along with a district court judgment, which listed Bray HOA Management among other several other local management companies and the HOA’s they manage, as recipients of restitution. We reached out to Bray, Monday, at the time of writing, and received a response Wednesday.
A Bray representative tells us, Bray was not among the management companies involved during the time Campbell committed her crimes. He says Bray only took over managing the homeowners associations (HOAs) listed in court documents, in 2018, well after the fraud occurred to clean up the mess left in the wake of Campbell’s crimes. KREX will feature a full interview with Bray’s spokesperson regarding the case tomorrow.
We also reached out to Coldwell Banker, Heritage Property Management, and Lighthouse Management, the other companies listed as restitution payees. At this time, we have not heard back from Heritage Property Management. Coldwell Banker and Lighthouse Management both declined to comment.