American Greed: The Fugitives Seasons

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Season 2

Season 1

  • Niesha Jackson

    Case 1: The feds say Niesha Jackson teams up with her gangster boyfriend and orchestrates a nationwide credit card scheme. Case 2: The FBI says Jim Eberhart and his partner Eugene Carriere ran Yes Entertainment, a sham Internet company that allegedly bilked investors out of millions.

  • Harold Rangel

    Case 1: The FBI believes Harold Rangel took part in a massive fraud, primarily orchestrated by his father, Juan, taking in more than $35 million dollars from families in Southern California. Case 2: Fred Monem ran the Food Services Administration for the entire Oregon prison system, but according to the FBI, he is accused of $1.2 million money laundering and bribery scheme.

  • Luis Ferreira

    Case 1: Slobodan Lunic with his partner Scott Holmberg have allegedly taken in $37 million in a payphone ownership investment scheme. Case 2: Luis Ferreira is a telemarketing tycoon, siphoning millions from naïve investors. Ferreira admits to the con, but rather than face prison he disappears.

  • Joe McCool

    Case 1: Joe McCool is accused of talking retirees out of their life savings. Case 2: Jim Hammes is accused of embezzling millions of dollars from his employer, G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers.

  • Craig Oliver

    Case 1: Roland Okuomose is accused of luring thousands of unsuspecting victims into a lottery scam. Now this alleged criminal mastermind is on the run. Case 2: Craig Oliver is staring at 20 years in prison on charges that he scammed more than $2.5 million from homeowners.

  • Eric Bartoli

    Eric Bartoli allegedly steals more than $65 million from investors and hits the road when it all comes crashing down.

  • Spiro Germenis

    Case 1: Julieanne and John Dimitrion convince distressed homeowners to relinquish their homes, then use the money to fund their own lavish lifestyle while families lose their homes. Case 2: Spiro Germenis is wanted for allegedly scamming more than 25 victims in a massive investment fraud scheme.

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