By Jessa Schroeder For Dailymail. An Arizona man was sentenced to nearly 16 years in prison for scamming several women on dating apps such as Tinder, PlentyOfFish and Match. 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.
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live a life behind bars? Other programs glamorize it, making it seem like living the prison life is much, much easier than other shows portray it to be. In reality, these are human beings who have been put away for whatever reason, and NO, it does not automatically mean they are terrible people. Sure, they had to have committed a crime to land themselves there, but oftentimes, prisoners and convicts are normal people who simply made a mistake and regret it every day during their sentence. Prisoners are real people, not actors or celebrities. They are mothers and fathers, artists and intellectuals, and above all, they are human. Living life behind bars can get extremely lonely, especially if you are confined between the prison walls for years at a time.
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If you've got a girl and she works and she's into you, why not ask her to send over money? Lawyers are the best obviously. For the last few years he made money by scamming women, usually those a lot older than him, who were looking for love. He says he will not commit the fraud again, and wants to make amends by exposing some of his tactics to serve as a warning to others. He says his accounts were blocked after the victims reported them, but he was never punished for the frauds.
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