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STEVEN HEARN, SLK GROUP, SLK America Inc. Steven D Hearn, Steven Hearn, Steve Hearn Fraud, Check Fraud, Capitol Gains Fraud, Shareholders Fraud, Inter
25th of Dec, 2011 by User522693
This just in per SLK America, SLK Group : SLK’s Business Development practices as well the Program Director Offices servicing all client relations and account management falls on the capable shoulders of Steven, Senior vice president of North America.
Since 2001, Steven has played a key role in the acquisition of clients and has been in forefront of forging partnerships for SLK. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and International Business from ASU. The Above is a LIE. Steven Hearn left the Company in 2006 to become CEO of an internet company called podcastgo. He was Terminated by his Business Partner in May 2009 after discovering a fraudulent invoice, created by Hearn, was paid by the company's best client for over 200k, and they called asking for their money back. Also, there is internet proof that Mr. Hearn said he had an MBA from Vanderbilt University, this was never the case. SLK is harboring a Con Man. Go to the Supreme Court records in the State of New York and do the research. Hearn has over 3 judgements against him and completely ignored a law suit for Fraud by an ex employee. After His Termination and ousting by his partner, Hearn then ran back to SLK Group, SLK America Inc and asked for his job back, which he got. His former company raised over 2 million from private funding. Along the way Mr. Steven Hearn was giving shares to anyone and everyone who would buy them, completely diluting the current share holders and running a muck with the company funds. Bouncing over 700 checks in the final year at podcastgo, Steven Had a ponzi scheme with his friend who was loaning him money, then using investment capitol to pay back his friend back with a huge return. The company essentially never stood a chance. Cooking the books and creating fake graphs, spread sheets, analytic reports, Steven Hearn was a master of fraud. Hearn relied on his quick whit and good nature to lure people to the flame. It wasn't months later that everyone discovered they had all been Foiled. He left many people broke and or injured and his whereabouts is known, however, he keeps as hidden as possible. Reading all the other reports on Hearn, I urge anyone dealing with him or SLK America who claims that this employee of the month as been working there for 10 years, do your homework. Steven Hearn is not a good manager, or business man. His dealings in technology are completely outdated and will spin your head with this and that. Shame of SLK for hiring this Crook! I urge everyone to please look this man up on the public records. See for yourselves.
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