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9:00 PM AMERICAN GREED: THE FUGITIVES #5 - PHONY PHONE CALLS // HEAVY METAL FRAUD
12:00 AM AMERICAN GREED: THE FUGITIVES #5 - PHONY PHONE CALLS // HEAVY METAL FRAUD
AMERICAN GREED: THE FUGITIVES #5 - PHONY PHONE CALLS // HEAVY METAL FRAUD
Slobodan Lunic: Phony Phone Calls
Slobodan Lunic has the good life: custom-made suits, a Mercedes-Benz and Porsche parked side by side in his garage and a glistening 40-foot Sea Ray yacht named “Never Enough.” But the Serbian national doesn’t come by his money honestly. He is accused of bilking $37 million from thousands of investors by selling investments in payphones that don’t exist.
Luis Ferreira: Heavy Metal Fraud
Luis Ferreira, a recent paroled telemarketer in Florida, solicits investments in precious metals. But, investors are unable to liquidate accounts and employees conduct unauthorized transactions with investor cash. Ferreira fails to report to prison to serve his sentence and is on the run from facing justice.
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