Ponzi schemes ruin lives. Con men take advantage of people with grandiose promises and low or no returns on investment. One Oklahoma man holds the distinction of perpetrating the largest con in history in the Oil and Gas sector. Coy Everett took over $30 million from Oklahoma investors and squandered the funds in a large Ponzi scheme... but then he just kept going.
This one isn't our typical murder and mayhem episode, this one takes a look at white collar crime and justice in Oklahoma.
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Also… just for the record, he was very good looking, he left us (his family) nothing, he also played for OSU and their were people who gave money back when the cards fell. I know that because I as his adult child was one of them!
I stumbled upon your podcast while researching for my book. Imagine while writing a book about your childhood trauma you find a recent podcast with ladies laughing about your childhood. About your father.. I’m 46 and still can’t get sway from it. Im so glad my pitiful father is hilarious to you. I invite you to laugh in my face about my father. Before you laugh at someone’s past just consider their loved ones. Yea he’s a con man. He’s trying. His grandsons adore him. Our pain isn’t funny people
Oh Ladies…You obviously read an old newspaper article and just read it in your captivating podcast. Coy is my Father. You want to bring some truth to the media? fine. But girls… you are extremely unprofessional and disrespectful. You laughed and laughed about the crimes of my father. It’s unbelievable right?! This con man has three children. You are laughing about the deepest trauma in my life. Hilarious?! Try being his daughter. There’s SO much more to the story
Tuesday Sep 05, 2023
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