While the book contains both fairy tales and horror stories, Vitzthum's case studies and interviews fall somewhere in the middle, a reflection of her own ambivalence about this world of "people-shoppers." More of a meditation than a guide, this volume combines research and the author's personal experiences into a genuinely funny and informative read. 1) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Several of the women Pierce scammed were in court, and tearfully shared their stories of falling for Pierce's scheme."I met him on match.com, went on a few dates," said Rose Reddy. He would meet women on sites like Match, Plenty Of Fish, and Tinder.
The women who shared their stories during the sentencing hearing told the judge that Pierce said all the right things to gain their trust, and convinced them to give him their money to invest."He was on the phone, working deals with his computer right there, listening to him talk and be so courteous and nice to other investors," said Reddy.