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American Greed: The Fugitives

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White-collar crime can lead to a company's downfall and cost investors billions of dollars, often involving elaborate scams to bilk people out of their money. This series, an extension of CNBC's "American Greed" franchise, tells the stories of alleged white-color criminals through interviews with people representing law enforcement, prosecutors and victims of the scams. Among the featured stories are a married couple who funded their lavish lifestyle by committing mortgage fraud, and a mutual fund manager accused of scamming investors out of $65 million. Stacy Keach narrates the hourlong series.

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Family members mortgage their homes to bail out a con artist accused in a $350 million fraud; a fugitive who allegedly participated in a scheme to loot the U.S. government of $100 million dollars.
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A real estate developer with a sterling reputation ends up in bankruptcy court; a CEO is charged with overseeing accounting fraud to inflate his company's worth to investors while pocketing a fortune.
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A concert promoter flees when the SEC accuses him of investment fraud; a man steals millions perpetrating lending and mortgage scams across the country.
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A couple lives like Russian rock stars in Miami financed in part by an alleged $20 million dollar real estate fraud.
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A man accused of stealing $40 million from investors gets on a boat in Key West and is never seen again; a trio of geeks puts computer users into compromising positions with porn.
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A fraud ring based in Sacramento orchestrates an elaborate scam to rob banks across the country; a man allegedly defrauds investors in a telemarketing scheme that promises big returns.
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A contractor preys on clients who pay for home renovations that never happen; a lottery scheme where the players lose big.
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A husband and wife convince distressed home owners to relinquish their homes; a hedge fund manager wanted for allegedly scamming more than 25 victims in a massive investment fraud.

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