Richard B. DavisDont trust this guy

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Late last year I came to know a man, Richard B. Davis. Richard and I because close friends, and started a relationship. He had represented himself as a Medical Doctor and a Psychiatrist who worked at Jefferson University in Downtown Philadelphia, as well he was self employed and doing psychiatric consulting on the side. I allowed him access to my medical records, conditions and even allowed him to discuss details of my health with other doctors in order to prescribe
medications and treatment plans for me. Mr. Richard Davis even me medications.

Of course there were other statements; he claimed to be a millionaire, land owner/developer business man, media/broadcasting personality. All of which were false, the list of Mr. Davis’ stories goes on. He even created a tale that Mr. Marjorie Passmore-Pollock had taken money from him as well as he had invested in her property. Marjorie had “ripped him off” and was to repay the money when her divorce was final. He was broke until she repaid him, thus he needed money from me.

During the time that Mr. Richard Davis and I were together I ended up in the hospital several times for reasons that were not really clear. Global transient amnesia and withdrawal symptoms, and I was getting sicker and sicker by the day. I could not even ride in a car any longer I was so ill, it was impossible to get out of bed. I was not sure what was going on, but started to listen to my family who insisted that he was drugging me and they wanted to see the proof that he was a doctor. Mr.
Davis insisted that he was a doctor and continued on his path.

After yet another hospital visit with Mr. Davis he finally admitted that he was not a doctor nor was he a psychiatrist. He admitted that he actually was on disability and had been deemed mentally incompetent to work. I questioned him about all the medical advice, the medications and the conversations with my doctors, attorneys, friends and family. He apologized; I left and went to the safety of my family and began to get healthy immediately. He owed me money, took valuable personal and professional items from me and had zero remorse for what he had done to my health.

The fraud and deception goes deeper as Mr. Davis had been impersonating a doctor for many years, and I am sure that I am not his only victim. He is a con artist preying on women. He uses Facebook and typically picks women that live in another state.

Mr. Davis is married to Debbie Davis and they have two children together, Josh and Julie Davis. He hides his second “life” from his unsuspecting family. He lives in a home with his wife who is alsounsuspecting of this scheme that Mr. Davis carries out with women.

I have contacted the State Attorney General, the local and state police, Drug enforcement agencies and the list goes on and on. None of these agencies can offer me any help, I believe that I have suffered a loss that will never be recoverable. However, what does make sense to me is to make this man’s scheme known to the public so that he does not hurt any more people. Impersonating a doctor should be a crime, however I should have been more diligent in my research. I have witnesses to Mr. Davis’ actions; attorneys, doctors and family members. All of whom can make a statement as to these
claims. For all the rest of the women out there here is his information,

Richard B. Davis, married to Debbie Davis. [protected]

Richard B Davis, West Dublin Beagles
522 Ashton Cir
Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19053
United States


  • ElleBeck Jul 07, 2014

    Dear Pretty:
    My name is Michelle Beck and I have been contacted through Facebook's (FB) messaging service by( Dr.?) Rick Davis, whose allegedly from PA. Rick was not "friended" by me so he used FB IM feature to communicate with me. He "liked" all my photos, and clearly has studied my page because he knows a lot about me. He also must have added me to his chat favorites since he always knows when I'm online (late at night because I'm alone and have insomnia).
    I called Mr. Davis late on Saturday night for the first (and last) time . The call was prompted by Mr.Davis and resulted in my becoming very suspicious by his communication style. He took control of the conversation, keeping the focus on defining his intelligence, beautiful education, status, hobbies and more. When he felt I was perfectly awed by him he directed his attention toward me. His questions were very brisk and to the point, he barely shrouded his interest in my finances . I am a very intuitive and intelligent woman, Mr Davis did not expect me to manage the conversation with such detached analysis. He thought a 2 am call to a beautiful, lonely, vulnerable, and potentially wealthy woman would be a slam dunk. Wrong. I hung up and blocked him from FB, my IM feature and my phone.

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