24.5 Million Selling Fake Dreams. How It Came To & End. The True Story

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We sit down with Wes, who was working call centers as a broker for clients wanting to sell their time shares. Wes would sell the time share and keep the money and or the time share never existed. He made 24.5 million selling fake dreams of a time share that did not exist or the client would never get. He was spending $30,000 a week at the club at one point. In the end the mother of his first child ended up contacting the police about his operation. The was the beginning of the end. When indicted he was known as the "King Of Wire Fraud" at the time. This is a true story. read less