A lot of good general advice on how to behave during a lift, and the effectiveness of planning. Goes through a number of common cons still used, and helps to show you how to think like an investigator, use that to not get caught. Only bother with the first four seasons, while it was a whodunnit, rather than a howcatchem. First season of the original is required watching. Plan your caper so Gil Grissom would have a hard time convicting you.
A team of hustlers try out some notorious scams on the public. Scams include the fake warehouse employees who grab thousands of pounds with the aid of just a trolley. Factual entertainment series about scams and cons. Confidence trickster Alexis Conran, scam artist Paul Wilson and sexy swindler Jessica Clement carry out notorious scams on unsuspecting members of the public, filmed with hidden cameras and intercut with actual interviews from fraud protection experts, police and scam victims. Scams include the fake warehouse employees who grab thousands of pounds with the aid of just a trolley, a pickpocket scam where you do end up with a wallet but lose your cash and a bar proposition bet guaranteed to earn free drinks. The participants featured in The Real Hustle have either been set up by their family and friends or believe that they are participating in another television programme. After they have been hustled for real any monies or property taken during the hustle are returned to them and their consent for the item to be broadcast is obtained so that viewers can avoid being ripped off by the same scam.
She's usually seen in a number of disguises in an attempt to swindle money out of unsuspecting members of the public. But TV presenter Jessica-Jane Clement has opened up about her personal life in this sexy interview for lads' mag Nuts. The year-old, aka 'The Sexy Swindler' stripped off to her underwear for the cover shoot, with a tiny shawl around her arms that didn't cover much else. Jessica-Jane, who co-hosts the BBC's The Real Hustle , which shows how members of the public can fall victim to scams, revealed who she would choose if she was forced to kiss an ugly man.
It's billed as a series which shows members of the public falling for elaborate money-making scams. The BBC claims it is an educational programme which warns viewers about scams — and says participants have been set up by family and friends. At the start of each show, a message on screen tells viewers that all of the people conned are real victims.