Mark Trump

Mark Randall Trump


1400 E Dupont Ave, Belle, West Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(304) 949-6400

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Sales Representative  - WALKER MACHINERY CO

Recent News  

The government says Mark Randall Trump was sentenced Thursday on a fraud charge.
According to prosecutors, Trump was a branch manager for Walker Machinery, operating an express store in Crab Orchard. The fraud occurred from 2009 to early 2012. Trump gave select customers discounts on equipment rentals if payment was made with cash or personal check. The payments were then deposited in his personal banking account. Prosecutors say Trump reaped $90,000 from the fraud and caused more than $350,000 in losses to Walker Machinery. He was ordered to pay $367,000 in restitution.

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Mark Randall Trump, of Cool Ridge, Raleigh County, W.Va., pleaded guilty to wire fraud before United States District Judge Irene C. Berger in Beckley.
In 2009 and continuing up until his dismissal from Walker Machinery in April 2012, Trump, 43, a branch manager at Walker Express, the company's full-line rental service store based in Crab Orchard, W.Va., began offering certain customers special rates for equipment rentals without the company's authorization. An investigation revealed that during the scheme, Trump was paid directly, often by cash or personal check, by certain customers for numerous equipment rentals. Trump later deposited the fraudulent payments into his personal checking account. To conceal the scheme from Walker Machinery, Trump entered the customer data into the company's system and printed a matching rental agreement form. However, upon the return of the equipment, Trump made entries into the company's records indicating that the rental had been cancelled, deleted from the computer system, or not invoiced at all. Trump also failed to process the receiving paperwork through Walker Machinery's service department, as required for all company rental transactions. In total, Trump took approximately $90,000 in rental fees owed to the company for his personal use. As a result of the fraud, the company incurred a loss of approximately $367,000. Trump is scheduled to be sentenced on April 17, 2014.

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