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While they received 0,000 back during mediation, Field says they are not being told where the rest of the money is."It seems reputable, when you look at the website it seems like he's [Bernier] trying to do good things, that's what it appears.But like I said, we asked where the money is, we asked what it was invested in, where it went, and we have not gotten any answers," said Field.
The lawsuit claims Mark Bernier trolls dating websites for vulnerable, high net worth women as part of his investment scams.Victims spoke to ABC15 after the sentencing Friday — not surprisingly, all of them were relieved."It is great," Sarah Schroeder said. Finally being able to see him in handcuffs and being sentenced was very liberating.Schroeder was among three women who made statements at sentencing.According to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Pierce, who also went by the name of Daylon Jung, signed up for several dating websites (Match, Plenty Of Fish and Tinder) and became involved in romantic relationships with multiple women.but now realizes he was just searching for women with “a good credit score.”Another victim, Tara De Grazia, says he asked her questions about her credit and if she was financially capable of buying a house or a car.