Report: #1407181

Complaint Review: Steven Quinn Delano - McKinney Texas

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  • Reported By: Anonymous — Fort Worth Texas USA
  • Steven Quinn Delano
    10033 Sailboard Drive
    McKinney , Texas
  • Phone: 214-385-0005
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  • Category: Loans

Steven Quinn Delano Steven Delano Steven conned me into loaning him money in multiple occasions and has not paid me back as he has said. He goes after single moms that he believes make good incomes. McKinney Texas

*General Comment: Steven really is a con man

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 Steven played on my emotions as a single mom and asked for multiple cash loans saying he was in financial trouble. He then said he would pay me back but failed to do so.

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#1 General Comment

Steven really is a con man

AUTHOR: Stevenquinnisaconman - (USA)

Must be a really small world, or we both know the same Steven...

  My Mom started dating Steven late last year, and at first everything seemed okay. He was a decent looking and sounding guy, but I always had a feeling of something being off everytime we was around. For example, he would always brag about how he had this nice BMW, but whenever he would come over or to pick my mom up for a date, he would pull up in a early 2000's honda and have some excuse about his nicer car "being in the shop". Once or twice happening can be understandable, but it started to become apparent that something was off within a few months. Often he would text or call my mom during the week and say how he had these big plans, and that he was planning on taking her somewhere nice for dinner. Texas de Brazil or whatever. But when it actually came time to pay for dinner he would have some lame excuse that he left his wallet because he was rushing out, but the guy charmed the hell out of my mom and she put up with it for some reason.

  About 7 or 8 months into their relationship he came to her crying one day, like hysterical and barely speaking. Apparently, he said that his mom was in a very serious accident, that she didn't have insurance, and he was deperate for money to pay for her medicial bills. He pleaded with my mom for help to "save" his mother, and since she was blinded by his charm agreed to loan him $10,000 to take care of immediate expenses. Steven always claimed he had a nice job at a Fortune 500 company and that he would be able to pay back the money within a few weeks, he would just have to "put in some requests & make some account transfers".

 Two weeks went by, then a month, and then three. The excuses kept coming and coming, stuff like he can't pay because his "BMW transmission was blown", or "My dog got really sick and I had a HUGE vet bill", eventually my mom got really pissed and called him out on it. He didn't have much of a response for once in his life. My mom started to realize that maybe he was lying about a lot of things, so she did what anyone with a heavy heart in a tough relationship would do...she followed him for a day. The crazy part is, this guy didn't even have a legit job. Fortune 500 company my A*S!!! We followed him on a saturday morning, he did a few errands before showing up to restaurant...where he worked AS A WAITER even though the guy was in his 40's.



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