Have you ever been scammed? In The Ringer’s first true crime podcast, host Justin Sayles tracks a mysterious figure who once wronged him. A man with a lot of aliases, a lot of failed businesses, and a trail of victims. Justin follows him through a sham media company, a series of ruined weddings, and beyond, trying to find answers. The police can’t offer any help—but maybe we can. From Spotify and The Ringer, this is ‘The Wedding Scammer.’ A story in seven parts.
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In the final episode, we hear from the Wedding Scammer himself. A lot. more
Justin confronts Carl Butcho, a.k.a. Lance Miller. And he records the whole thing. more
The Wedding Scammer resurfaces. Carl Butcho is still in the wedding business, and he's got a new alias. But a few discerning Texans manage to connect the dots, and find their way to Justin. more
Ellen and Mark are good sports for sharing their story.
Loved this podcast looking forward to more from the author.
One decent episode (1), the rest drawn out to the point of torture. Don’t waste your time.
Please don’t tell me every time that I have to listen to the whole thing. If you do the job of keeping me interested, I will naturally want to finish. The other thing I couldn’t understand is how much the host gave Carl the benefit of the doubt. I lost interest pretty early on (so slow, so repetitive) but kept listening thinking something would eventually happen. Nope. more
How many times can you restate the obvious? Good enough subject matter but the writing is even more repetitive / mind numbing than other repetitive podcasts. Host tells you what’s going to happen next, 2 or 3 times, using slightly different phrasing. Then it happens. Then the host tells you what just happened and explains why it was important to the narrative value of the podcast. Would have made a riveting 1 hour long episode, didn’t need to be a series.
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The Wedding Scammer launched 4 months ago and published 8 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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