Matt Aloia Collegedale Tennessee

Complaint: Between 2005 and 2012 Matt Aloia scammed the company where I work for over $500,000. He purchased food Wholesale for Resale, and never paid for it (but was paid by the companies he sold it to). Addittionally, He acted as a Purchasing agent for our company to buy overstock wholesale food items, claiming that he could sell them. However, he only purchased things from companies that offered to give him substantial kickbacks if he would buy from them. These items were put into inventory and eventually had to be thrown away as they were expired and good-for-nothing. To add insult to injury Matt Aloia not only stole money from our company, but took every opportunity to verbally abuse myself and other members of the staff if ever they stood up to him. He used this money for fancy vacations, a lease on a million dollar home, and expensive private education for his children, (Ryan, Megan and Katie). He claimed to be a recovering alcoholic in a 12-step program, but could never get past Step 4, as he is incapable of making amends for his dissolute, licentious and even wicked life of stealing and conning instead of working honestly for his money. He used Chris Keller as part of his scheme. Chris Keller lives in New York. Matt Aloia now probably lives in Miami. This report is written in the hopes that anyone reading it will not do any business with him or Chris Keller.

Tags: Food Vendors

Address: 1141 Banyan Drive Boca Raton, Florida USA


Phone: 904-333-4615

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