Indiana businessman Timothy Durham was greed personified. Cars. Yachts. Mansions and models.
He's now serving 50 years in federal prison, convicted of fraud and conspiracy in a $200 million scam.
But it wasn't just his own greed that allowed him to pull off the fraud for so long. Durham had plenty of help from his own victims.
Yes, most of them lived simple lives — certainly in comparison to Durham.
But Donna Immel, whose father Herman Nussbaum lost $170,000 in the scam and has since passed away, recalls the time she suggested to her dad that he might want to be a little more cautious about putting all his savings into Durham's firm, Fair Finance.
"I just said, 'Well, Dad, I said maybe, maybe it'd be a good idea to diversify a little bit.' He said, 'No.' He said, 'Fair Finance has treated me well, and I don't have any problems with it."