Tom is a professional con man. He is charming, charismatic, educated and very personable. If you are searching, you are probably feeling guilty for checking up on such a nice person. He introduced himself as Tom Cable but his real name Tom Cagle. I met Tom on Match.com. We dated for several months and after he disappeared I recently found out that he is not the man he portrayed himself to be. I want to tell my story to help others from falling victim. He poses as a sports marketing agent and as a marketing guru specializing in many different industries. He tells many stories about playing college football at the University of Pennsylvania and name drops about many professional players from the NFL. He has scammed both companies and individuals. Men and women alike. He writes fraudulent checks and bills for services not rendered. He and his company offer companies online consumer credit and marketing lead generation. He has leased multiple condo’s and failed to make and rent payments. He is highly manipulative and plays off the empathy of his victims. He has been arrested in both Nashville and New Jersey. He served time in prison in Rhode Island in 2014. He has been committing fraud for many years and is an expert. I along with others here in Nashville have filed police reports. Tom Cagle has lived in New Jersey, Rhode Island, Virginia and Tennessee. Born 12/16/1963. .
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