Dirty Money (2018– )
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Targeting unsuspecting Americans, a group of payday lenders made millions off small loans with undisclosed charges, inflated interest rates and incomprehensible rules. But the way the laws are written, is that a crime or just business?

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Jesse Moss
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Walter Archer ... Himself - Payday Loan Victim
Paul Chessin Paul Chessin ... Himself
Anita Finney ... Herself - Scott's Former Personal Assistant
Chief Bill Follis ... Himself - Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma
James Fontano ... Himself - Co-Owner, Privatech Group
Ioana Gorecki ... Herself - Consumer Protection Attorney
David Heath ... Himself - Journalist
Ivan ... Himself - Former Employee, AMG Services
Timothy Muir ... Himself - Scott Tucker's Lawyer
Christopher Peterson ... Himself - Professor of Law, University of Utah
Nikhil Singhvi ... Himself - Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
Blaine Tucker ... Himself - Scott's Brother
Jia Tucker ... Herself - Scott's Daughter
Kim Tucker ... Herself - Scott's Wife
Norma Tucker ... Herself - Scott's Mother
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Targeting unsuspecting Americans, a group of payday lenders made millions off small loans with undisclosed charges, inflated interest rates and incomprehensible rules. But the way the laws are written, is that a crime or just business?

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Documentary

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Release Date:

26 January 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Miami, Oklahoma, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Jigsaw Productions See more »
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Trivia

Scott Tucker made over $400,000,000.from his lending program. See more »

Goofs

Presumably, the filmmakers intended to show Tucker's racing footage as part of the narration when in fact the racing footage used was from the 1996 BPR International Endurance GT Series that took place primarily in Europe (and twice in Asia), 10 years before Tucker began his racing career, competing primarily in the United States. The in-car footage depicts that of Steve Soper (as written on his helmet), who drove for a different team not shown on screen. See more »

Quotes

Interviewer: Do you think you're a moral person?
Scott Tucker: I'm a businessperson
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Connections

References Loan Shark (1952) See more »

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The cinematography is really good. The best I have seen in along time
20 July 2019 | by kumarraviagarwalSee all my reviews

The cinematography is really good. The best I have seen in along time


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