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(2007– )

Episode List



The Imposter: Dr. Barnes/Interstate Bank Mart Bandit
Investigators discover that a doctor named Gerald Barnes is a phony; meanwhile, a man responsible for 43 robberies is tracked down.
Dr. Stokes/C&D Distributors
Darlene and Charlene Shuler discover a loophole in the Department of Defense's automated payment system and steal millions from U.S. tax payers. Also on this episode of American Greed: Dr. Stokes is performing unnecessary surgeries and cutting corners.
The Royal Scam: Kings of Counterfeit
A tough guy from Chicago's South Side finds his way off the streets and into a lucrative life in counterfeiting. Art Williams Jr. prints millions in fake dollars.
Mac Parker & Lou Soteriou
Mac Parker raises $28 million to produce a grassroots film he calls "The Birth of Innocence," but investors later learn that less than $1 million goes toward making the film. The rest goes to a spiritual guru named Lou Soteriou.
Darain & Cory Atkinson
Brothers Darain and Cory Atkinson start US FIDELIS, a business selling vehicle service contracts. But when the cars break down, those warranties worthless while the brothers pocket millions and live it up.
Martin Sigillito
Martin Sigillito dons a robe and presides over his congregation as a bishop, but fails to mention that his other occupation is as a fraudster. He concocts a $50 million phony international real estate scheme and spends millions on his own lavish lifestyle.
Rivertown Investments and Aaron Vallett
Geoff Goldman tells homeowners facing foreclosure that he can save their homes by purchasing their houses and then renting it back to them. He instead falsifies loan applications and ensures that dozens of homeowners never set foot in their homes again while raking in millions. And Aaron Vallett says he wants to own a one-stop financial shop in Nashville and runs a mutual fund that gets invested into his own lifestyle and image. He buys fast cars, a million dollar house, and pays to become the official investment advisor of the NHL's Nashville Predators.
John Donald Cody
A former Army intelligence officer known as "Mr. X" steals millions through a fake veteran's charity and eludes authorities by using an array of false identities. Though he uses donor money to get close to President George W. Bush and conservative politicians, no one figures out who he is or where he came from until he makes one misstep.
AG 96 - Tim Durham
A multi-million-dollar yacht, 80 sports cars, a Playboy-magazine-model girlfriend. Tim Durham is the picture of success as a fix-it and flip-it business king. But in the comfort of his 30,000 square foot home he's running a $200 million fraud.
AG 97: Rodney Hailey and Blane Nordahl
Con man Rodney Hailey runs a fake green energy business and collects millions by scamming major corporations. When this environmental entrepreneur litters the front of his suburban home with a fleet of luxury cars it exposes the dirty money he makes on clean green fuel. And, for nearly 30 years, notorious cat burglar Blane Nordahl steals sterling silver in America's most expensive zip codes. His crimes spark a nationwide man hunt for the man behind an estimated $15 million precious metal meltdown.
AG 98 - Pamela Phillips
Rich husband, beautiful wife, perfect life. Pamela Phillips and Gary Triano are Tucson's golden couple. But their life unravels in a fury of greed and hate. When Gary ends up dead, all eyes are on Phillips. Could she kill for money?
AG 99 - James Duncan
No investment idea is too exotic for visionary entrepreneur James "The Cash King" Duncan. He sets his sights on strip clubs, real estate, Iraqi currency, diamonds, and even mind control technology. And his over the top lifestyle is a devious facade built with empty promises, costing investors millions.
AG 100 - Barry Minkow
Barry Minkow is the con who keeps on conning. In a spectacular criminal career that begins in high school, he moves from being a Wall Street "wonder boy," to a devout man of God, to a heroic fraud fighter. But in every role he plays, Minkow proves the rule: once a fraud, always a fraud.
AG 101 - Claudio Osorio
In less than four years Claudio Osorio steals more than $40 million from investors and the U.S. government. To draw big money and big names into his con, Osorio casts himself as a wealthy, brilliant international business tycoon. In fact, he is an international crook. His company Inno Vida's financial statements to the SEC in March list more than $35 million in cash. In fact, there is only $185,000 in company accounts. As investments pour in, so do lawsuits. In 2012 Osorio is indicted. He pleads guilty to wire fraud and money laundering, is sentenced to 12 and a half ...
AG 102 - Jordan Belfort
Jordan Belfort, better known as the real-life "Wolf of Wall Street", is a smooth-talking salesman whose Stratton Oakmont brokerage house focuses mostly on penny stocks, a high-risk endeavor for investors. Belfort's minions offer investors a chance to purchase blue-chip stocks, but then pressure their clients to invest in questionable penny stocks, like karate schools and no-name tech companies. Stratton Oakmont is a resounding success and Belfort is soon making $50 million a year, but Stratton's business model involves pumping and dumping stocks. In 1994, the SEC is ...
AG 103: Kevin Trudeau and Remington Financial Group
Infomercial kingpin Kevin Trudeau is making millions but the government says he's selling lies and they'll do whatever they can to shut him down. And, Remington Financial Group's decades long 26 million-dollar advance fee scheme is about to be exposed by an unlikely group of victims.
AG 104: Steven Martinez and Michael Steven Banuelos
Ferrari Mike Banuelos takes musical artists' lives in the fast lane, but his promotions make his investors crash and burn. And Former IRS Agent Steven Martinez may seem like a normal accountant, but when he's caught in a $12 million fraud, he diverts taxpayer money to the ultimate crime - Murder.
AG 105 - Rudy Kurniawan
L.A. fine wine collector makes millions from auctioning off his prized wine. Crowds will pay anything for them. Some question their authenticity. Could these bottles be too good to be true?
AG 106 - David Brooks
Profiting millions from America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, David H Brooks lives the high life until evidence of his greed outshines his claims of patriotism.
AG 107: William Conour and Gary Milby
A personal injury attorney pockets the winnings of his desperate clients and uses the cash to fuel his own over-the-top lifestyle. And a Kentucky oil man's wild scheme comes undone after he makes an appearance on a reality TV show.
AG 108 - Mutual Benefits
A conman profits by selling the insurance policies of terminally ill patients. When his scheme is uncovered, investors say their last goodbyes to over $800 million dollars.
AG 109 - Kevin Halligen
A Brit who runs private security companies on both sides of the Atlantic comes across as a real-life James Bond. But his promises to help the desperate are a way to line his own pockets.
AG 110 - Ross Mandell
A brash New York stock broker once known as the bad Boy of Wall Street gets sober and re-invents himself as an international power player. But has he really gone legit? Or is he addicted to greed?
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AG 111: Ray Nagin
Ex New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin exploits the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina by accepting bribes and corrupting the rebuilding efforts in the Big Easy. Nagin is accused of bilking the devastated city out of an estimated $500,000, taking expensive trips in private jets for him and his family, and orchestrating an exclusive granite contract.
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S10, Ep113
AG 113: Paul Kruse
When financial fraudster Paul Kruse propositions his assistant's teenage daughter, this angry mom gets revenge and him behind bars. But will this whistle blower survive Kruse's sinister murder-for-hire plot?
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S10, Ep114
Tracey Lynn Garner and Chad Livdahl
"Nurse" Tracey Lynn Garner gives illegal silicone injections to enhance clients' curves. When one patient dies, she's charged with murder facing life in prison. And, four people become paralyzed after receiving knockoff Botox Cosmetic injections to treat wrinkles. The poisonous potion is sold as a cheaper alternative to pump up profits.
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S10, Ep115
Rachel, Porsha & Blancey Lee
Ralph Raines, Jr., the heir to an Oregon timber fortune, wanders into a psychic shop one day and meets a woman works her way into Raines' bank accounts and engineers the perfect Sweetheart Swindle with her family members as a supporting cast.
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S10, Ep116
For many men, it seems like a fun time on Miami's South Beach, and the beautiful girls they meet seem like the perfect companions for a night of partying. Little do they know, these Russian and Latvian beauties are trained pros brought to the US to help identify rich-looking men and take them for tens of thousands of dollars in a few short hours.
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S10, Ep118
Captured Fugitives
David Kaup, Aubrey Lee Price, Neisha Jackson, Jack Utsick, and James Hammes appeared on "American Greed: The Fugitives," and afterwards, many people thought that they would never be seen again. But these five fugitives have been CAUGHT.
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S10, Ep119
Doug and Brent Cassity
Using sexy saleswomen Doug Cassity sells bogus prearranged funeral contracts to the tune of $500 million and lives it up.
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S10, Ep120
Bobby Khan and Paul Ceglia
Luxury car salesman and reality TV star Bobby Khan is accused of pocketing car loans and selling cars that aren't his. And Paul Ceglia, who once hired Mark Zuckerberg, claims to own half of Facebook and says he has the contract to prove it. But is it legitimate?
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S10, Ep121
Chris and Jeffrey George
Twin Brothers Chris and Jeffrey George make $40 million from the illicit sale of oxycodone and other drugs out of their South Florida pain clinics. When patients start dying, their pill mills get unwanted attention from the Feds.
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S10, Ep123
The Palladinos
The Palladinos of West Roxbury, Massachusetts run a neighborhood ice cream parlor and enjoy the sweet taste of fraud.
Mark Hotton
New York stockbroker Mark Hotton steals millions from investors and causes the Broadway revival of "Rebecca" to implode.
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S10, Ep125
A California fraudster scams investors and the Veterans Administration by stealing millions and promising to build a factory in the USA to make medical gloves.
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S10, Ep126
Daniel Rigmaiden and Dom Rabuffo
Daniel Rigmaiden is a 28-year-old hacker who steals millions from the U.S. government. And, ex-Goodfella Dom Rabuffo enters witness protection only to start a new life of crime in mortgage fraud.
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S10, Ep127
Darren Berg and Dina Wein Reis
With two yachts, his own private jet, and lakeside mega-mansion, Darren Berg scams some of Seattle's savviest investors. And, New York socialite Dina Wein Reis bilks companies out of millions in a grey market selling scheme.
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S10, Ep129
Michael Scrips
A once $100 million publishing fortune pits mother against son when he's accused of squandering millions on sex, diamonds, and fraud.
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S10, Ep130
Ross Ulbricht
Hacker Ross Ulbricht, aka Dread Pirate Roberts, runs the underground drug bazaar Silk Road. In 2013, Silk Road is shut down, and Ulbricht is charged with narcotics trafficking, money laundering, and even solicitation of murder. He is sentenced to life in prison.
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S10, Ep133
Joe Gliniewicz
The shooting death of a small town cop makes national headlines, but the killing leads to other mysteries surrounding the officer.
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S10, Ep134
John Bravata
A Michigan scammer makes millions with false claims of building a real estate empire.
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S11, Ep131
Nanette Johnston
An attractive femme fatale enlists her ex-NFL linebacker boyfriend to sack her millionaire husband for good.
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S11, Ep132
Efraim Diveroli
America is fighting two wars and a Miami party boy steps into make a killing for himself. Efraim Diveroli, just 21 years old, a self proclaimed druggy, wins a nearly $300 million contract to supply ammo to Afghanistan. But the only way to score millions from the deal is to break the law. His story gets amped-up with fiction in the 2016 movie "War Dogs" but American Greed has the facts about what happens when war meets greed.
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S11, Ep135
Gary Kimmel and Rico Vendetti
In Chicago, dentist Gary Kimmel aids a sex trafficking ring comprised of violent pimps who exploit women nationwide. And, a heist to steal a comic book collection outside Rochester, NY, leaves one dead, 10 convicted, and $700,000 in losses.
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S11, Ep136
Sandy & Kay Jenkins and Gregory Loles
A trusted employee starts baking up his own profits at a famous fruitcake company in Texas. And, a self-proclaimed financial wiz funds a winning race team with money stolen from a church.

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