He “literally had to go back to [his] chemistry books to understand what it was that [the chemical engineer] was involved with,” according to Connerton’s own testimony in the complaint.
To another victim, Taylor allegedly said he was robbed at gunpoint and needed to use her credit card to buy things and spent $17,000.
Taylor was arrested at country club in Yardley, Pennsylvania and police believe he was living out of his car during the scams.
They have even been known to telephone their victims as a first introduction.
Online Players, Internet Predators, Cyberpaths, Dating Site Frauds, Cyberstalkers... Taylor allegedly wrote in a message: 'Have fun at [work].
In a 2012 alumni magazine for Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Connerton’s alma mater, he bragged about how successful his company was — leaving out that it hadn’t actually made what it was advertising. I have been blessed with being involved in such a game-changing technology! Connerton didn’t respond to a voicemail seeking comment.