- Report: #790705
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Complaint Review: Steven Canady
Steven CanadyAtlanta, Georgia United States of America
Steven Canady Alliance Asset Management, Steven Canady is a fraudster, He was arrested and put in jail for having defrauded investors out of $600,000.00 Atlanta, Georgia
*Consumer Comment: Dr Canady scammed 100s in Atlanta & Southern States
*Author of original report: steven canady owns other companies......
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He claims to run a trading program and claims he can raise billions out of leased instruments. This guy is an absolute fraud. There are a lot of rumors as to why he was arrested in georgia.
Well here is the real story. Steve Canady was arrested at the airport in in Atlanta, Georgia on his way back from his trip. He was put in jail and stayed there for a long time because no one could bail him out until his court date arrived.
First Steve is broke and the reason why he was arrested, he defrauded some investors out of $600,000.00 he promised to raise them over 90 million usd in funds by using his trading issuing of financial instruments program but he asked them to pay upfront $600K and they did. Today they are broke and have multiple lawsuits and are loosing their real estate project.
Do not pay this guy any upfront money, he will promise you the moon and the sky and once he gets your money, he moves on to the next victim.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/19/2011 08:41 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Steven-Canady/Atlanta-Georgia-/Steven-Canady-Alliance-Asset-Management-Steven-Canady-is-a-fraudster-He-was-arrested-and-790705. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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