A Billionaire's Bet: The Best & Brightest
Billion Dollar Buyer
Blue Collar Millionaires
Ground Zero Rising
Jay Leno’s Garage
Make Me a Millionaire Inventor
The Deed: Chicago
The Filthy Rich Guide
The Job Interview
The Profit in Cuba
The Profit: Marijuana Millions
Secret Lives of the Super Rich
West Texas Investors Club
His word was his bond
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Son to working-class Italian immigrants, Michael Mastro's beginnings are humble. He works with his father as a ditch digger and by the 1970's he is a self-made millionaire.
American Greed Saturday marathon
Make sure your money goes where you want it to when you die
How to leave no doubt about how you want your money distributed when you’re dead or incapacitated
Climb onboard a WWII bomber
Why does Mark Avery decide to plead guilty?
Hear how the FBI raids Security Aviation
Attorney flies high and lives large on money he’s hired to keep safe
Attorney Mark Avery lives the high life using money he’s hired to protect
How Mark Avery’s aircraft collection quickly gets out of hand
How Mark Avery buys his way into his military fantasy
How do Norman Shy and a school principal try to disguise their fraud?
What tactics do romance scammers use to lure victims?
Lesson in Greed/Soldier Scam
After Mastro Auctions closes—do the games really stop?
How is a famous baseball card’s appearance faked?
How far is Mastro willing to go to make a buck?
Watch out for scammers looking for money—not love—online
What to do if you think your online lover could be a scammer?
Collecting sports memorabilia? Watch out for fakes
This National Guardsman’s photo was used as bait in an online dating scam
How do experts spot fake memorabilia?
From scammed and broken-hearted to working with the crooks
Go inside Norman Shy’s school supply scam
How Bill Mastro altered a prized baseball card
Is that really Elvis’ hair?
A shady school supply vendor seizes an opportunity to cash in
How Bill Mastro’s shill bidding scheme worked
A once-renowned auction house defrauds memorabilia collectors
Hear this Richmond Hill resident reflect on the day her neighborhood burned
Crooks get rich—but who pays?