American Greed

Documentary focusing on history's largest financial crimes.

Genre: Crime , Documentary

Country: USA

Duration: N/A

Quality: HD

Release: 2007

IMDb: 8.2

Season 1 - American Greed
"Case 1: Hook, Line and Sucker Barry Hunt\u2014a successful con artist who left a coast-to-coast trail of deception, deceit and empty bank accounts. A profile of Hunt\u2019s crime and the investors who bought his story.\n\nCase 2: Maxfield Parish Art Heist A daring heist. Under the cover of darkness, a hole is expertly cut in the roof. An alarm goes haywire. Two paintings by famed American Artist Maxfield Parrish disappear into the night."
"Case 1: The Imposter: Dr. Barnes For twenty years he was an imposter doctor! Dr. Gerald Barnes has a thriving practice specializing in \"executive\" medical exams. His salary is six-figures and life is good. But there's a problem: he's not the real Dr. Gerald Barnes. Case 2: Interstate Bank Mart Bandit He leaves no clues behind, only a trail of broken dreams and empty bank accounts. Forty-three robberies in 20 months. The M.O. is always the same. Police say it's the work of one man: \"The Interstate Bank Mart Bandit!\"."
"Case 1: Art Heist: Fine Arts Express A museum quality art collection worth more than $4 million dollars is stolen! Two men, who in a twist of fate, end up working at Fine Arts Express, together hatch a plan to steal the art\u2026 museum quality pieces by Picasso, Matisse, and Rothko.\n\nCase 2: Medical Scams: Dr. Martinez It sounds like a nightmare\u2014long needles repeatedly jabbed to a patient\u2019s back. But for Dr. Jorge Martinez, it's routine business. Expensive, painful and unnecessary shots are all part of a multi-million dollar billing scheme."
"Case 1: Meth Identity Thieves It's a new crime wave rippling across the west; thieves are committing identity theft to fund their meth drug addictions. Victims are robbed. But the thief takes more than money, the victim's identity is stolen, too.\n\nCase 2: The Wheaton Bandit Wheaton, Illinois - considered a nice place to raise a family. But a shadow hangs over this affluent Chicago suburb. A serial bank robber is armed and ready for a fight."
"Case 1: Religious Prey: Baptist Foundation of Arizona The Baptist Foundation of Arizona is a non-profit fundraiser dedicated to the church. Investors believe their money will be secure but millions are lost! \u201cAmerican Greed\" unravels the elaborate Ponzi scheme which left a religious community betrayed and baffled.\n\nCase 2: Medical Scams: Dr. Mikos The story of a murderous Chicago doctor who bilked Medicare! He\u2019s a caring doctor with a sterling bedside manner. His practice is lucrative. But beneath the charm lies a con artist; a doctor playing the system and making off with more than a million."
"Case 1: Religious Prey: Greater Ministries International A story of religious fraud; a $500 million dollar pyramid scheme. Church founder Gerald Payne has a plan for the faithful to gift the church and double their money. American Greed profiles one of the most lucrative pyramid schemes in history. Case 2: It takes a Thief A thief leads a double life."
Season 4 - American Greed
"An enigmatic hedge fund manager desperate to succeed... and the scam that bilked investors out of $300 million! Sam Israel lived through the most decadent era in human history. His hunger for fame and fortune... his greed, ultimately leads to a bridge and a suicide note.\n\nThis is the strange story of a con artist who fell for the ultimate con himself!"
"A story of deception. They appear to be two \u201cgrannies\u201d helping men who are down on their luck - offering food, shelter and clothing. But Helen Golay and her friend Olga Rutterschmidt are ruthless con artists. Their tragic web of deceit is about to unravel. This is the true tale of women who murder for money.\n\nThe story of The Black Widows\u2026only on American Greed!"
"Raffaello Follieri is young, handsome and at the top of his game. He makes millions with a successful real estate business. He hobnobs with world leaders. And, he\u2019s found love with a Hollywood A-Lister, Anne Hathaway.\n\nBut Follieri is about to see his American dream fall apart... when his fraud is exposed."
"Anthony Elgindy. He's young, self-assured... and loaded. He claims to be a crusader, fighting fraud on Wall Street. But, this so-called good guy is running an insider trading scam... and his partner is a crooked FBI agent.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles \"The Mad Max of Wall Street!\""
"Marcus Schrenker makes millions. He\u2019s a Wall Street money manager and a stunt pilot. But clients say he\u2019s a con man who had the country wondering for days whether he was dead or alive.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar story of deception!"
"Sholam Weiss is a bold and brazen dealmaker. He\u2019s a consultant to con men and the brains behind one of the largest insurance scams in history. But Weiss doesn\u2019t hide in the shadows.\n\nHe\u2019s attracted to music, gambling and women. Are these the fatal attractions that will do him in?\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar con!"
"One man\u2019s bold scheme to get rich quick. Albert Talton puts a modern twist on one of the nation\u2019s oldest crimes \u2013 making counterfeit money.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar con!"
"A pharmaceutical company ignores FDA safety guidelines and patients pay the price.\n\nA would-be marketing mogul relies on investor trust and faith. Jeanetta Standefor convinces clients their cash is rescuing homeowners from foreclosure. But, while investors think they\u2019re helping neighbors stay in their homes, Standefor is helping herself to millions!\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a Flipping Frenzy Scam!"
"Steven Warshak is persuasive. He makes millions by selling a product to enhance the sex lives of men. Enzyte appears to be the herbal answer to Viagra. But, Warshak takes advantage of his buyers. He\u2019s racking up illegal credit card charges on thousands of customers! \n\nHe\u2019s a hedge fund superstar. Investment Manager Kirk Wright takes on tough clients\u2026and steals their money. He recruits NFL football players and they invest. But, when he\u2019s tackled for a multi-million dollar loss, will Wright\u2019s game go into sudden death?"
"Fen-Phen, the miracle weight loss drug of the 90\u2019s, turns out to have a serious side effect. When the story breaks, ambulance chasing lawyers rush in. They exploit the tragedy and pilfer their clients\u2019 money. How much they steal will shock you!"
"In Grand Rapids, Michigan, Dr. Robert Stokes runs a thriving dermatology practice. He\u2019s making millions. But Dr. Stokes has a dark secret. He\u2019s stealing patient\u2019s money. He reuses medical supplies and endangers patients.\n\nDarlene Wooten and Charlene Corley are twin sisters. They\u2019re making a fortune in defense contracts. But behind the scenes, things are not as they seem.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar fraud against the government!"
"Max Butler is \"Iceman.\" He oversaw an underground Internet crime spree. Mysterious thugs steal information and access your financial life story. Billions are at stake.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a high-stakes cybercrime."
Season 5 - American Greed
"Stephen Trantel is a husband, a father\u2026and a bank robber. He was once a broker making hundreds of thousands of dollars in the Manhattan trading pits. Unemployed, Trantel embarks on a new career\u2026. one of crime. His life - and the lives of those who love him - are changed forever."
"His pitch is irresistible. Troy Titus promises to make you rich. The self-proclaimed real estate guru travels the seminar circuit. Thousands attend his lectures, buy his DVDs and invest with the man who portrays himself as a moneymaking magician. It\u2019s true to an extent \u2026 Titus makes money disappear in a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme!"
"He\u2019s a philanthropist, diplomat and international man of mystery. Dr. Henry Jones promises to get investors in on a secret gold deal. But Dr. Jones is leading a double life --- a life unknown even to his partners in crime.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles the golden allure of an elusive conman and a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme!"
"A mysterious ring of social outcasts. Albert Gonzalez leads a gang with an insatiable appetite for sex, drugs\u2026and your encrypted information. They steal credit card numbers and make a fortune by selling them on the black market. But the multi-million dollar scam has deadly consequences.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles the story of Albert Gonzalez... the most cunning cyber crook in American history!"
"He\u2019s a trusted advisor. A philanthropist. Bob McLean runs a successful investment firm and donates millions to his favorite causes. But McLean has a dark, devastating secret.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a story of phony philanthropy!"
"Scott Rothstein is a Ft. Lauderdale attorney making millions. He\u2019s the life of the party, a guy who wants the world to love him. But Rothstein is secretly a criminal mastermind.\n\nAmerican Greed reveals the story behind the largest Ponzi scheme in Florida history!"
"They\u2019re called The Bling Ring. A fast crowd of celebrity wannabes. This gang of teenagers rob celebrity homes and steal millions in jewelry, clothing and artwork. How far will they go to be like their favorite Hollywood stars?\n\nDanny Pang is a high-rolling financier with a devil-may-care attitude. He makes millions betting on when people will die. But Pang has a shady past, a gambling habit and a murdered wife. Soon, this gambler\u2019s house of cards will collapse."
"Albert Vilar funds symphonies and operas around the world. But it\u2019s curtains for Vilar when he scams the mother of a Hollywood star.\n\nWilliam \u201cBoots\u201d Del Biaggio III is a hockey team owner skating on thin ice. His insatiable desire to be a sports mogul causes him to commit a multimillion-dollar fraud!"
"A slaughterhouse employs hundreds of workers in a small Iowa town. But there are whispers of threats, extortion and shocking child labor abuses. Sholom Rubashkin runs the family business. Is he a dutiful son or a corporate crook?"
"A tough guy from Chicago\u2019s South Side finds his way off the streets and into a life of crime. Art Williams Jr. prints millions in fake dollars.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles the case of the counterfeiting craftsman."
"Larry Salander is one of the biggest names in New York\u2019s art world. But collectors see red when he swipes more than $100 million from their pockets. American Greed profiles art collectors who lost a fortune in priceless art.\n\nStefan Wilson says his investment fund is a sure-fire winner. Investors even mortgage their homes to join his fund. But business with Wilson comes at a very high price. American Greed profiles a story of deception!"
"Marc Dreier is a high-powered lawyer with celebrity clients. But Dreier is a conman and steals more than $700 million from hedge funds.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a story of deception and fraud!"
"Arthur Nadel conjures a $330 million hedge fund. In the blink of an eye, he disappears and leaves clients without their life savings.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme!"
"Dr. Mark Weinberger \u2013 a self-proclaimed \u201cnose doctor\u201d \u2013 has it all and isn\u2019t afraid to flaunt it. But inside The Weinberger Sinus Clinic, all is not what it seems.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a multi-million dollar tale of deception!"
Season 6 - American Greed
"Kenneth Ira Starr is a money manager. He courts celebrity clients\u2026Sylvester Stallone, Uma Thurman and Wesley Snipes. But Starr doesn\u2019t stop there. He steals $30 million to buy his way onto Hollywood\u2019s A-list and live a life of luxury \u2026 all in the name of love.\n\nAmerican Greed has the story of the money manager, the stripper and a multi-million dollar ponzi scheme."
"Carlos Perez-Olivo is a successful lawyer with a silver tongue and solid gold taste. But when he\u2019s disbarred for fleecing desperate clients, he finds another way to make money\u2026and proves how greed really is a deadly sin.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles the story of murder for money."
"Nevin Shapiro is the conman at the center of a college football scandal. He kicked off the controversy with stunning stories of gifts to players and allegations of broken NCAA rules. Who is this man who jeopardized the future of the University of Miami\u2019s football team and how did he steal the millions that made it all possible?\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a case of major league fraud!"
"Kevin Cohen is an attorney who says he can make dreams come true for couples wanting children. He promises babies \u2026 for a hefty price. But unknown to his trusting clients, Cohen is exploiting their hopes and dreams.\n\nAmerican Greed profiles a cruel con artist."
"A Minneapolis businessman buys big companies and makes himself rich in the process"
"It\u2019s one of the biggest cases of insider trading in history. Raj Rajaratnam had it all\u2026a wildly successful hedge fund, billions in the bank and the respect of Wall Street. But behind closed doors, Rajaratnam was gaming the system to the tune of $75 million-dollars!\n\nAmerican Greed takes you inside a trading scandal."
"A televised art auction appears to showcase masterpieces. It\u2019s billed as your chance to own a Rembrandt, Chagall or Dali. A rare Picasso sells for $500. Too good to be true?\n\nAmerican Greed takes you inside a picture perfect art scam."
"A sting operation brings down a Denver businessman; a charismatic con man uses the promise of huge returns to put $30 million in his own pocket."
"The collapse of Erpenbeck wreaks financial havoc for area home buyers, subcontractors and banks with three company employees pleading guilty to bank fraud."
"Nicholas Cosmo pleads guilty to federal mail fraud and wire fraud in 2009 for his involvement in a Ponzi scheme that resulted in losses of more than $195 million."
"Michael Lock was a man driven by ambition. He was a Milwaukee crime boss with a business model that took him from cocaine dealing to bank fraud \u2026 and Lock had a surefire way to beat the competition."
"Van Thu Tran and her crime ring steal millions by cheating casinos."
"Shawn Merriman was a bishop in the Mormon Church, a family man and the head of a thriving investment business pulling in millions. But unknown to investors, Merriman was living a lie and ripping off his neighbors, friends\u2026even his own mother.\n\nAmerican Greed takes you inside a multi-million dollar con!"
"In the city of brotherly love, car wrecks piled up and auto insurance policies were treated like ATM machines. American Greed takes you inside a Philadelphia car insurance fraud ring where everybody got a piece of the action."
"Lee Farkas was a mortgage mogul, a millionaire and chairman of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker. But unknown to his clients, Farkas made his fortune by peddling fake mortgages and looting his company.\n\nAmerican Greed takes you inside a multi-billion dollar scam!"
"Solomon Dwek was a real estate mogul, philanthropist \u2026 and an expert flimflammer. He was the mastermind behind a multi-million dollar real estate scam and bank fraud. But when Dwek\u2019s luck runs out, he becomes an informant in the biggest case of corruption and greed in New Jersey history."
"Sir Allen Stanford was once one of the richest men in America. He lived and loved the high life - cruising around the world on private jets and helicopters and bouncing between multiple mansions. He even bought his own island for $63 million. But it was all based on lies. His company, The Stanford Financial Group, made its name selling what\u2019s usually a safe bet for investors \u2013 certificates of deposits. He claimed the CDs came from his offshore bank on the island of Antigua, and because of that, the company offered return rates higher than those in the U.S. When the lies grew too big and his money supply dried out \u2013 he was convicted of running an international $7 billion Ponzi scheme, and is serving a 110-year sentence in federal prison. He left a trail of some 20,000 burned investors, many of whom now live in financial ruin."
Season 7 - American Greed
"Michael Vorce spends lavishly on clothes and cars and leaves thousand-dollar tips at bars."
"Randy Treadwell, the son of a preacher, leaves the righteous path - claiming he's a financial wizard, but all he does is take investor money for himself and his crew. He uses his Southern charm to bilk believers out of nearly $65 million. He calls his scams legitimate sounding names like \"Learn Waterhouse\" and \"The Wealth Builders Club\" in which Treadwell promises huge returns for short-term investments. But when clients can't withdraw their money, complaints to law enforcement pile up."
"Perry Griggs ran an investment fraud claiming to sell coffee futures, when all he did was keep investor money. He was convicted of securities fraud and sentenced to eight years in federal prison."
"A trio of Texas con men scores $100 million, telling investors there's big money in the \"life settlement\" insurance biz. When the fraudsters fail to pay returns and keep the money for themselves, it all comes crashing down."
"With a 30 year career in real estate, many thought broker Doug Vaughan was a man to be trusted. His charisma helped make him a fortune in New Mexico real estate. But it was all lies."
"The Sandhogs Local 147, a New York City construction union, whose workers build tunnels and underground passageways, entrusts Melissa King for overseeing union benefits to ensure their retirements. Instead, King uses the workers funds to cut herself checks to the tune of $42 million."
"In Chicago, Jack Walsh and Charles Martin appear to be getting very rich running a foreign currency trading brokerage. But is the money really coming from savvy trades? In 2007, a routine audit reveals some \"irregularities\" in One World's accounting."
"San Francisco entrepreneur Samuel \"Mouli\" Cohen starts an internet music company and fraudulently takes in $31 million from celebrities, investors, and a charity dedicated to help the poor. He claims they will make a fortune when his company is sold to Microsoft. But there is no deal."
"Trevor Cook appears to be a local boy made good in Minneapolis, where he runs an investment fund called the Oxford Group. Along with three cohorts, Cook solicits an amazing $190 million dollars from 700 U.S. investors, many of whom heard his message through a talk radio star."
"Philip Barry runs his scam from Bay Ridge, a solid working-class neighborhood where families go back generations. Through local connections, Barry pulls more than 800 investors into a $40 million scheme offering \"guaranteed returns\" on investments."
"A New Age evangelist becomes a greedy, groovy, guru telling Florida investors that positive thinking can lead to positive returns in her auto financing business. But this false prophet is returning nothing but false profits in her $113 million scam. She draws in some 2000 victims but when the F.B.I. finds out about Cladek's scam, this greedster doesn't have a prayer. And, civilization is on the verge of collapse, Ronnie Gene Wilson tells his followers, and the only path to a secure future is paved with investment in precious metals. But for a guy who predicts the imminent demise of the dollar, this South Carolinian certainly seems greedy for greenbacks. He takes in $93 million. Over time, investors realize that Wilson isn't investing their money in metal, but using it to build a luxurious doomsday bunker complete with an organic farm."
"A Florida man hits it big when he takes home almost $13 million in a Florida lottery jackpot. Instead of living large, Abraham Shakespeare gives away most of his money to people in his community. So when Dee Dee Moore offers to help manage his winnings, it's a welcome relief for Shakespeare. But what seems like a helping hand turns out to be a hand helping herself and Shakespeare ends up paying a deadly price."
"In the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael McCant is a former bank robber who says he's gone \"legit,\" and is now making millions by promoting up-and-coming rap musicians. But these millions are coming from investors like Bernice Tingle who have given McCant their entire nest eggs. Mark Anderson owns a fine wine storage business in Sausalito, California. But when clients discover their wine is missing, they accuse Anderson of theft. Anderson tries to conceal his crime with gasoline and a blowtorch, destroying more than $200 million dollars' worth of wine, and bringing scores of family-owned wineries to the brink of ruin."
Season 8 - American Greed
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"Brothers Darain and Cory Atkinson start a business selling vehicle service contracts, but the warranties prove worthless and the brothers pocket millions."
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Season 9 - American Greed
"A coin collector and his brother start mail order coin businesses. They go bankrupt in 2008. After they're jailed, one plots murder of the judge and prosecutor."
"A multimillion-dollar yacht, 80 sports cars, a Playboy centerfold girlfriend. Tim Durham is the picture of success as a fix -it-and-flip-it business king. But he\u2019s actually running a $200 million fraud from the comfort of his 12,000 square-foot home."
"Con man Rodney Hailey runs a fake green energy business and collects millions by scamming major corporations. A fleet of luxury cars that litters the front of his home draws suspicion and leads authorities to the dirty money he makes on clean fuel."
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"Counterfeit wine dealer Rudy Kurniawan dominates the fine wine scene, making millions selling his cheap basement blends through elite auction houses."
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Season 10 - American Greed
"Disgraced former mayor exploits the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina to pocket bribes and live large."
"Jason Derek Brown looks like a wealthy mellow surfer dude, but he's allegedly a stone-cold killer who shoots a security guard five times in the head to steal $56,000 in cash. Authorities say Brown robs an armored car guard to fuel his corrupt playboy lifestyle. This serial con artist leads the FBI on a heart-pumping chase over several western states, and lands on the FBI's Most Wanted list."
"When fraudster Paul Kruse propositions his assistant's teenage daughter, the angry mom gets him behind bars"
"\"Nurse\u201d Tracy Lynn Garner gives illegal silicone injections to enhance clients\u2019 curves. When one patient dies, she\u2019s charged with murder."
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"In Brooklyn, a mother and son score $50 million in the Bay Medical Clinic scam that kicks back big bucks to patients; and a new studio called Gigapix collects millions from would-be movie producers but it's all a fraud."
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"Doug Cassity sells fake prearranged funeral contracts, amounting to $500 million, with the help of sexy saleswomen."
"A 28-year-old hacker named Daniel Rigmaiden allegedly steals millions of dollars from the U.S. government; a wise-guy wannabe in witness protection creates a mortgage fraud scam."
"A famous Texas fruitcake bakery's accountant conducts a check writing scam; a self-proclaimed financial wiz rips off investors while he funds a professional race team with money stolen from his church."
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"A neighborhood ice cream parlor in West Roxbury, Mass., lands the Palladino family in a major case of fraud."
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"Darren Berg of Seattle scams several investors, procuring himself two yachts, a private jet and a lakeside mansion; New York socialite Dina Wein Reis executes a grey market selling scam."
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"A once $100 million publishing fortune creates tension between mother and son when he's accused of squandering millions on sex, diamonds, and fraud."
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Season 11 - American Greed
"Sexy femme fatale Nanette Johnston Packard has a way of getting men to do what she wants. She even places a personal ad looking for rich men saying, \"If you take care of me, I\u2019ll take care of you.\""
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"A famous Texas fruitcake bakery's accountant conducts a check writing scam; a self-proclaimed financial wiz rips off investors while he funds a professional race team with money stolen from his church."
"Con man\/motivational speaker Gary Shawkey needs cash for his wild scams and he\u2019s not afraid to murder to get it.\n\nA doctor overprescribes deadly combinations of medication to make a buck from drug addicts, and continues as she hears of her own patients dying."
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Season 12 - American Greed
"Businessman Martin Shkreli raises the price of a life-saving drug 5,000 percent, but it's his shady accounting and Internet trolling that lands the \"Pharma Bro\" in hot water."
"Two doctors illegally prescribe opioids while destroying lives and pocketing millions."
"When a sexy Florida former escort plots to take her husband's money and his life, her lover tips off the police and her deadly plan gets caught on tape."
"Polka band leader Jan Lewan rips off his adoring fans with false promises of sizable investment returns."
"Idaho Guardsman Darryl Wright claims he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder from his service in Iraq, but his story is an elaborate scam that allows him to live large without working and to steal resources from veterans who truly need help."
"Superstar disability lawyer Eric C. Conn offers guaranteed client wins by cheating, scoring a massive Social Security fraud, then vanishes."
"A thieving shopaholic son murders his family to cash in on the family's wealth; a Chicago health facility owner uses an inflated billing scheme in a $20 million rip off."
"Vitaly Borker scores $18 million selling designer knock-off eyewear as genuine from his website in Brooklyn, N.Y.; when customers complain, they are threatened with violence, even murder."
"Carlos Wanzeler and James Merrill promise enormous returns on a \"work from home\" plot selling phone service, and entice nearly one million people in a $1.7 billion Internet scam."
"Kenny Chatman runs a string of corrupt drug rehab facilities, stealing millions by keeping insured addicts hooked on drugs."
"A crooked New York police officer cashes in as a high-tech burglary crew terrorizes homeowners and business owners."
"A wannabe art dealer sells fake works by American masters of Abstract Expressionism in an $80 million scam, fooling rich collectors and pocketing millions"
"In sunny Laguna Beach, social climber Elizabeth Mulder finances her plastic surgery, Arabian horses, and ocean view real estate worth millions by swindling her best friends."
"Daylon Pierce is a ladies' man who claims to be a licensed stockbroker, wooing unsuspecting women through Internet dating sites. But when they hand over millions of dollars to this \"investment expert,\" he robs them blind, parties his way through their money and breaks their hearts."
"Self-proclaimed teen millionaire Ephren Taylor preaches his \"safe\" investments at church seminars and on the internet, fleecing victims out of millions and pumping cash into flashy living and his wife's hip-hop career."
"An Iowa man rigs a $16.5 million lottery jackpot, triggering the biggest lottery scam in American history; notorious New York City landlord Steven Croman finds a new home in jail."
"Carlos Rafael makes millions as the owner of one of the largest commercial fishing businesses on the East Coast but his big mouth gets him hooked in an undercover IRS sting with agents posing as Russian mobsters."
"Fraudster John Rogers builds one of the most impressive photo archives in the world until his partner rats him out; while Larry Bates preaches about salvation through precious metals, his clients wind up investing in \"fool's gold.\""
"Florida teenagers cash in on the opioid crisis, then they expand their operation, jeopardizing their lives of sex, drugs and money."
"Bars, strip clubs and nightlife venues shell out millions to an insurance company founded by a former bouncer; however, federal agents say the company isn't what it appears to be, and they make stunning discoveries, including a $25,000 sniper rifle."
Season 13 - American Greed
"College admissions coach Rick Singer accepts money from parents to have their kids admitted to elite colleges."
"Disgraced Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland uses fraud to launch his brand and a luxury music festival in the Bahamas."
"From luxury properties to an ostrich coat, the hard charging political insider uses his influence to fuel a multimillion-dollar mortgage and tax fraud."
"Leaders of a polygamous religious sect demand \u201cPerfect Obedience\u201d from followers, luring them into welfare fraud."
"Three Miami salesmen with gold fever import billions of dollars\u2019 worth of the precious metal from South America."
"Trash-talking reality star Scott Menaged (\"Property Wars\") buys up hundreds of foreclosures in Phoenix, then his money lender discovers that Menaged is a fraud, and the consequences are deadly."
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