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The Two Million Dollar Intern

Exposure collection, Book 5
Narrated by: Neil Shah
Series: Exposure Collection, Book 5
Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
Categories: Bios & Memoirs, Criminals
3.5 out of 5 stars (85 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

He was a cunning Berkeley Law grad who lost his job and hatched a con. Then he got rich and ran fast on an outlandish Adderall-fueled rush of stolen cash, multiple identities, and a euphoric fantasy of success. 

A Ponzi scheme was exposed, and a prominent Manhattan hedge fund imploded. Enterprising intern and financial wizard-in-training Gerti Muho saw it as an opportunity. He had insider knowledge and a knack for fraud, embezzlement, and identity theft. His steady supply of falsified prescriptions helped. Muho was on a luxury high. His luck seemed bottomless. Considering what was to come, he’d need it. 

David Gauvey Herbert’s The Two Million Dollar Intern is part of Exposure, a collection of six incredible and true stories of American double lives from millionaire CEOs and suburban teens to undercover investigators and scam artists - all for whom secrets are a way of life. Each piece can be listened to in a single astonished sitting.

©2019 by David Gauvey Herbert. (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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The world we live in.

Engrossing and interesting. Scary to know things like that happens. AND how easy it is to steal identities.

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Con Man Intern Excelled at ID Theft

This is a fascinating account of a con man with a great deal of luck. He learned from another con man, taking advantage of the state of distress at a hedge fund firm and began a crime spree that devastated many former clients and co-workers by stealing their identities. Fortunately, he made the mistake of stealing the identity of a billionaire's son. That enabled a family with considerable resources to hunt him down and end his drug filled crime spree. It is amazing how someone who could not communicate very well could steal so much. I'm glad he was caught. A great short read. I read this book using immersion reading while listening to the audiobook. The narrator, Neil Shah sounds a great deal like Zachary Quinto.

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This was a short read, and is part of the Exposure collection (free with Amazon prime). This was just okay for me; it was well written, but I just didn't get into the story line.