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Cons, Scams, Ripoffs (Part III) #315065

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 04, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Ray Brady) Free vacation schemes bilking the victims examined; details given, scenes shown. [Bonnie LEE - recalls her experience.] [Florida assistant attorney general Eunice BAROS - notes Dianne Iozo's case.] [IOZO - describes come-on.] Promotional Mgt. Systems (PMS) scam involving auto dealers and new car buyers described. [PMS owner Frank FIORE - orders photographer out.] Fiore and partners Jimmy Cicero and Ted Powder noted out on bail on racketeering chgs. Police videotape of Powder mtg. with reputed Mafia soldier Steven Marouka shown. [PMS attorney Alexander SIEGEL - defs. innocence of meeting; responds to state's suit to close PMS.] [Tomacz WARHO - cites plethora of con men in US.] [DAUGHTER - recalls hope to see Disney World.]

Reporter(s):
Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:00

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