Wall Street Lawyer Reviews Financial Crime Scenes, from "Billions" to "Mr. Robot" | Vanity Fair

Wall Street defense attorney Vinoo Varghese fact checks financial crime scenes from movies and television including ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ ‘Catch Me If You …


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  2. The part about cell phone number and identity theft had me scared. Back when I was younger and stupider, I gave out my phone number like candy because I thought it's harmless, what can you do with a phone number anyway? Ugh…

  3. I love how this guy is explaining all this financial stuff and it all sounds so interesting. I think he does a great job and yet I still don't understand any of it.

  4. I remember once someone called me telling me about my car insurance, that there was something wrong with it, clearly a scam. I replied that I don’t even have a car, because I don’t. They stammered and didn’t know what to say. So I hung up.

  5. 9:42 Absolutely ANY mentally-sound person who willingly gives up his full name, date of birth, and social security number to a total stranger (who called you) over the phone deserves to loose his/her money. Go elsewhere for sympathy.

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