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1 Glass StreetDallas, TX, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 214-748-5118

STEPHI NICOLE SUPPORTS THEFT FROM ARTISTS! Stephi is yet another in Kelly 'I Steal, Screw You' O'Neal's long line of pathetic con artists who have swindled Dallas area artists and craftspeople out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in samples, designs and merchandise. She is no better than a street thug and common thief...anyone who works for ### Kelly O'Steal and his 'partner' Rene KNOWS what a scam and criminal enterprise their little ratnest of a company is. Let's hope she goes to jail with her fellow criminal employees when these vermin are finally shut down. And if you're feeling charitable: Say a prayer for her evil soul...she'll need it when it comes time to explain her corupt ways in the afterlife, as we all will have to do. Thank you for your support!

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  • Ro
      26th of Apr, 2009
    -2 Votes

    a bunch of words with no like, actual description of the scam or how people are losing money.

    basically, you are disgruntled about something and arent creative enough to come up with a reaslistic sounding story, so you just string a bunch of buzzwords together like THEFT, STEAL, CRIMINAL with the company name and hope it sticks.

    You should be ashamed of yourself and I hope God forgives you for your forked tongue.

  • Tr
      27th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    Dear 'rolfmao': How's this for a description, loser...Kelly and his con artists 'contract' with an artist to design new goods (some of those designs they've stolen include plaques, charts, upholstered furniture, candles, boxes, jars and pillows); the artist delivers samples of the proposed designs; along with an invoice; merchandise is ordered...just enough to keep the artist busy and not thinking about that first invoice hasn't been paid yet; merch is delivered, but on a NET30 basis because Kelly O'Steal and his scuzzy partner are now coming up with excuses for delay after delay in payment; after a week or two or eight, the artist realizes that she's never getting paid and her samples aren't going to be returned either, because her designs are now being reproduced without permission in China or Mexico (and those companies end up not being paid because O'Steal claims the goods were damaged in transit). Good luck to the artist in ever getting paid...O'Steal's ### lawyer will send a letter claiming poor Kelly is being 'traumatized' by the payment demands and besides, the artist has nothing in writing. That's just one familiar scenario. So there's like, a bunch of words with an actual description of your 'friend' Kelly 'I Steal, Whatever' O'Neal's scam and con should be ashamed of yourself for trying (unsuccessfully) to defend this insect and frankly, God WON'T be forgiving you because you've already got a space waiting for your evil soul in Hell. Good luck, douchebag!

  • St
      10th of May, 2010
    0 Votes

    Johnny B Good, I would love if you would actually post your real name or a way to contact you so this could be verified. Since you have not done so, if anyone would like to verify anything that has been posted above either about myself or my employer Kelly O'Neal please feel free to call me at 214-748-5118 x 105 or email me at Thank you and have a great day!! :)

  • Se
      21st of Nov, 2011
    0 Votes

    Stephi: We've listed our email address - - numerous times on this and other websites. That you choose to selectively ignore that fact indicates what a hare-brained, sleazebag con artist you and your 'employers' (read: drug connection) are. That you work for such vile people speaks to your character, or rather, the lack thereof. There are numerous verifiable evidence proving what ### and human garbage you and your fellow 'workers' are: Bounced checks, unpaid invoices, psychotic emails from O'Steal and Gutierrez, manifests of stolen work materials, police reports against them for assault and theft, first-hand accounts of swindles they've pulled (including ripping off an elderly neighbor for $10, 000 in the guise of it being an 'investment' in their Ponzi scheme variation), etc. That you choose to ignore all these facts, Stephi, just confirms that the moral cancer and decay you're volunteered to wallow in by working with documented con artists and sleazes has permanently warped your brain. Get some help.

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