An Arizona man is facing prison time for scamming several women on dating apps such as Tinder, PlentyOfFish and Match.
Daylon Pierce, who also went by the alternate name Daylon Jung, reportedly set up a fake business account claiming he was a licensed stockbroker under the company name 'Credit Investment Group LLC.'
Pierce used his charm and sharp communication skills to persuade the women to partake in fraudulent activity, officials say.
The 'Casanova conman' targeted vulnerable women and initiated conversations that became romantic. He convinced some of them he could assist in paying off student loans and other debts.
In an interview with ABC 15 Arizona, one of the victims revealed she had recently gone through a separation and was online searching for someone to fill the void, when Pierce came along.
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Some of the women attended Pierce's sentencing Friday and spoke out about the experience
Pierce targeting the ladies on sites such as Tinder, PlentyOfFish and Match
He used his charm and wit to convince to take part in shady business schemes
'I was vulnerable and he 'wowed' me,' Tara DeGrazia explained. 'I had just gotten a divorce.'
An unidentified victim, who had a good credit score, said Pierce was 'very charming.'
Another victim invested a whopping '$240,000