Homewrecker Men

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Married men, if you made your vows, honor and respect yourself enough to keep them! Do not let yourself become an article in "Homewrecker Men".

Gregory B. Collins – Scottsdale, Arizona

Don’t be fooled by this man, because he is a lawyer. I trusted this man and he lied to me. A few months into the relationship, my credit card balances had gone from $0 to $50,000. Yes, I had been showered with attention, diamonds, automobiles, vacations, and roses, I just didn’t know at the time that I would be paying for all of it, and that was only part of the problem.” I found out that he had lied about his educational background, credentials, status, profession, Kercsmar & Feltus PLLC, and other claims. Then I found out my diamonds came from his ex-lover’s dead body. I went to the authorities, they said ‘lying is not a crime’. I abandoned any hopes of financial restitution, filed fraud charges and hoped that the next person to come into their lives would take the initiative to check their background and investigate their records. I understand that I had been in love with an idea and I had been betrayed. When my friends asked me to explain what happened, I said, It was like a puzzle, with all the pieces floating around the room, the pieces weren’t quite together yet, but I knew as soon as they were, it would be a really ugly picture” and it was.

Gregory B. Collins
Kercsmar & Feltus PLLC
7150 E. Camelback Road,
Suite 285
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

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  1. The same thing happened to me, he comes across as a cultured professional but you will end up paying dearly. It cost me thousands of dollars and a lot of embarrassment to fall for this man’s lies. He wines and dines you and makes you believe you’re the only woman in the room but you start to notice little things that don’t quite add up, like why is he paying for dinner with another woman’s credit card? Why is he always so secretive when he checks his phone? Why does he never want to take you to his place or want you to visit? Is he married? Is he cheating? The sudden trips to the “office” when you are together, the last minute cancellations? The cash shortages and the “short-term” loans he needs? The glassy eyes and far off gazes after he uses the restroom? The short attention span and sudden bursts of anger when you ask him the simplest question? He even starts ordering for you when you’re the one paying the bill. Everything gets switched up within a matter of months, and you start to open your eyes. Do yourselves a favor and avoid this Jeckyl and Hyde con man and I would firmly suggest that you avoid doing business with him as well. I truly believe he can’t remember all the lies he tells and he seems to have a drug problem that is bigger than his budget can afford, he’s borrowed thousands of dollars and repaid only about $175. My embarrassment kept me from commenting until I started reading about the number of women who have been victimized by, Gregory B. Collins. He’s chasing a dream on other people’s dime. I even read that he used fake credentials to pass the bar exam and isn’t really licensed to practice law in Arizona or any state, for that matter.

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