He says his alibi business www.alibinetwork.com skyrockets right around Valentines Day (Feb. 14).
This could be due to the fact that the site helps cheaters cover their tracks with fake plane tickets, bogus certificates of completion and even phoney web pages.
DeMarco charges between $30 for a simple fib up to $10,000 for a truly elaborate ruse.
DeMarco explains: We itemize each alibi to fit the lie.
For example, one year DeMarco and his staff helped a man get away from his wife by coordinating a fake fishing trip.
Says DeMarco: We had a van of guys come pick the guy up at four in the morning, bought him nice clothes that he wasnt able to pack in front of his wife, held his fishing gear for the week and even got him fish to bring back home.
DeMarco admits this is one of the more elaborate schemes most fibbers just order a rescue phone call or a fake hotel confirmation for a business trip from the site to buy some time during the holiday.
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