Case 1: Phony Phone Calls
A Chicago executive leads the life of a king. Slobodan Lunic has planes, boats and motorcycles. But Lunic builds his fortune one quarter at a time…operating payphones. Lunic with his partner Scott Holmberg have allegedly taken in $37 million in a payphone ownership investment scheme.
Holmberg is arrested, but Lunic manages to escape. He's a fugitive from justice, wanted by the FBI.
Case 2: Heavy Metal Fraud
Luis Ferreira is a telemarketing tycoon, siphoning millions from naïve investors. He runs a South Florida metal brokerage firm called Spyker Consulting. Ferreira claims to be selling an opportunity for financial security. But instead he lines his own pockets with client money. Ferreira admits to the con, but rather than face prison he disappears. He's a wanted fugitive and could be on the end of the next sales call you receive!