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Journalist Benita Alexander helps people unpack their love scam stories. Plus, a wife speaks out about the man who conned her into believing he was a secret agent when he was really a sex offender.
William Allen Jordan scammed more than half a dozen women into believing he was a secret government agent – while in reality, he was a sex offender and bigamist. Victim Mischele Lewis details the warning signs she missed.
Mischele describes how mortifying it was to discover her fiancé was a complete fraud, and discusses connecting with one of his ex-wives, who wrote a book about him. Hear how Mischele connected with more of Jordan’s victims.
Mary Thomson joins via Zoom to discuss being duped by Jordan, who left her homeless with two children, and in 300,000 dollars of debt. Learn how Mary found out her husband was married to another woman and had multiple kids with different women.
Mary shares how she feels knowing that Jordan is still out there harming other women, and Mischele details her nine-week undercover mission that put Jordan in jail for three years. Benita Alexander tells us why women shouldn’t be ashamed to speak up.
Anna Delvey made headlines all around the world for duping people into thinking she was living a life of luxury – claiming to have a $67 million dollar trust fund. Delvey’s former friend, Rachel Williams, recalls getting to know the fake heiress.
Anna Delvey racked up thousands of dollars to cover her luxury expenses – and even tried to dupe a hedge fund out of $25 million dollars. Plus, Rachel shares shocking details from the lavish trip to Morocco that Devley invited her on.
Debby Johnson opens up about losing her entire life savings through an online dating scam, and she shares about her relationship with the man who she found comfort in. Then, Benita Alexander asks Debby if she ever had any suspicions.
Debby Johnson tells us that she would research the man she was online dating, but never found anything to be concerned about. Learn how Debby was slowly coerced into giving up more than $1 million dollars over the course of two years.
A wife speaks out about the man who had her believe he was a secret agent when he was really a sex offender. Then, a former intelligence officer conned out of $1 million from an online romance scam and a woman fooled her friend was an heiress.
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