Cops: Massapequa builder bilks custom...

Cops: Massapequa builder bilks customer out of $74,000

There are 145 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 29, 2007, titled Cops: Massapequa builder bilks customer out of $74,000. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Massapequa builder was arrested Wednesday and charged with grand larceny for taking $74,000 from a customer to buy building materials for a new house, then failing for nearly two years to build the house, the ...

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“Vote Republican”

Since: Aug 08

Wyandanch, NY

#162 Oct 29, 2013
Mark from Massapequa

Massapequa, NY

#163 Aug 25, 2015
We used Fine Finish Construction, Inc on our home renovation project. Vinnie and Eddie were professional. The job was done in a timely manner. From start to finish they are with you every step of the way.
Merry Mastic Home Owner

Hackensack, NJ

#164 Aug 25, 2015
I use Evan Politico to sevice me and could not be happier Yo!

New York, NY

#165 Oct 4, 2015
Does sound liokie Fine-Finish...They tried to rip me from day they started with constuction. From uneven floors to crooked doors. No pride in the work and had to argue everyday project they done. Drywall was the worse job ever. Had to fore them and pay them off to leave. Paid someelse to fix waht they did. What a shame\. Hot head Vinny is a real a0-hole and makes other contractors look bad. They had many license under them just call consumers affairs..Thank you for posting.
I just met with Vincent Deletto from Fine Finish in Massapequa. Is this the person to stay away from? I could find anything on BBB website. Please let me know whatever you can before I hire. Thank you.

Hawley, PA

#166 Mar 14, 2016
yeah right wrote:
i really don't know how some people sleep at night....put him in jail maybe he can build something there
How or why would you give anyone $74,000 with out a delivery drop and then let it go on for 2 years is insane Buyer Beware. i was a contractor for 32 years. I would only take a small down payment until the material was dropped off. This is for everyone you must set up a payment schedule. First is a deposit ( good faith money) no big money til they start the Job, and stick to your payment schedule. In this economy you don't want to pay for material or payroll on a different job.

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