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Man sentenced to nearly 16 years in prison for online dating scam


There is no record indicating he is a licensed stockbroker.


Tara DeGrazia, one of his victims, said he asked her questions relating to her credit, like if she was financially capable of buying a house or a car. He said he’d help her invest so that she’d be able to pay off her student loans.

Dylan G. (Jung) Pierce was arrested after convincing people to invest thousands of dollars in fraudulent investments, communicating through online-dating websites like Match.com, PlentyOfFish.com, BBPeopleMeet.com and Tinder.com.

Dylan G. (Jung) Pierce was arrested after convincing people to invest thousands of dollars in fraudulent investments, communicating through online-dating websites like Match.com, PlentyOfFish.com, BBPeopleMeet.com and Tinder.com.

(Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office)


“I had just gotten a divorce,” she told ABC 15. “I was vulnerable and he ‘wowed’ me.”


Another victim, who wished to remain anonymous described Pierce as “very charming,” but quickly learned he was only searching for women with “a good credit score.”

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