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When the women eventually started catching on that they were getting played, Taylor used intimidation tactics, from blackmailing to threatening them.The case’s judge Laura Swain, received a series of letters from 9 different women describing how all of the scams went down.Next time an oil tycoon pops up as a match, swipe left.According to the ‘New York Post’, a man by the name of John Edward Taylor, finessed several women into thinking he was an oil tycoon while wooing them under a number of aliases and now he’ll have to serve 4 years in prison.Reportedly, the impersonator had an extremely intricate scheme to use online dating sites such as Match.com, e Harmony, Seeking Arrangements and even Craigslist to deceive women into falling for him so that he could eventually steal sensitive information and hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process.

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He used manipulation to gain access to personal finance information, moving funds and opening new accounts in their names; switching to intimidation and blackmail whenever the women caught wind of what was going on.