Bravo’s Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah appears to have it all. Beauty. Money. Power. Fame. But appearances are deceiving because this outspoken reality star is actually a professional con artist - amassing millions of dollars over the years by swindling thousands of victims across the country. Her scams are as sophisticated as they are cruel. And she cleverly and successfully manages to distance herself from her crimes - for years. Hear from her childhood friends, her former neighbor, her employees, her victims and from the federal agent responsible for ultimately figuring her out and toppling her house of cards.
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Ok but Billy is still a conman. He used to Fyre Fest mailing list to sell people absolutely fake tickets to major NYC events and he knew there were no actual tickets. But also, he's doing a Fyre Fest II!! it's supposedly happening think may or June of 2024. yikes
When I heard the ads for this story I was so excited about it. I listened to the whole first season hoping maybe it would be better. Then I heard Mair’s “brogue” and thought Wow of course this is a story, she barely had an accent?! Anyone who gives 70k to a woman with that accent is for sure gullible. The voice characters make no sense, and no matter how hard he “tries” it is always “me me me me” regarding Jonathan. The episode about the spirit psychic or whatever seals the deal for how easily d... more
Going from LDS to Muslim is like going from the frying pan to the fire as far as women’s rights, rather lack thereof.
This has quickly become my new addiction. Being the victim of a con artist myself, this is very intriguing! Thankfully, mine was on a much lesser scale, but my heart really goes out to these victims.
It’s insane how many ads. I get you can fast forward, but such a waste of time. All of their podcasts are like this. Their advertisers should be upset everyone fast forwards and doesn’t even hear the ads because the amount is ridiculous. You’d think they’d want to stop getting such terrible reviews for this!
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Queen of the Con launched 2 years ago and published 42 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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