On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Steve Comisar has been scamming live television audiences for years to teach fraud prevention.
Steve Comisar, a former con artist, is an expert on fraud and scams, and February is fraud prevention awareness month. He has swindled studio audiences live on The View and dozens of other television talk shows and newsmagazine programs he appeared on.
The credentials of Comisar are impressive. America’s Guide to Fraud Prevention was his best-selling book. In the Mind of Con Artists, a CBS prime time television special that attracted ten million viewers and received high critical acclaim, featured him as a star. In addition, he played a role in the award-winning documentary Making Crime Pay, which is now used as a training resource for police officers.
Over one hundred people in the audience gave their credit cards to Comisar on The View. Not only their credit card numbers but also the cards themselves. Comisar would advise them on how to avoid falling victim to scams and fraud after his powerful demonstration.
On nearly every popular talk show, Comisar deceived viewers on national television. Additionally, he served as the fraud expert on Dateline NBC. His YouTube channel contains several television appearances by Comisar. However, when Comisar was sentenced to prison for fraud, everything came to an abrupt halt.
Since Comisar was released from prison in 2018, no television talk show or newsmagazine program has asked him to be a guest. Comisar is also an actor who has played roles in numerous films, commercials, and television shows since he was a teenager. Comisar is currently on a mission to return to talk shows and assist in educating the United States on how to avoid being the victim of fraud and scams.
Comisar wants to be back on the television talk show circuit to continue doing what he does best now that fraud and scams are at an all-time high.
“Yes I screwed up and went back to prison,” said Steve Comisar. “But I’m willing to make up for that by going back on television and teaching people how to avoid fraud. My live demonstrations are the best way to teach people. So far I have helped educate millions of people and there’s no reason to stop now.”
Steve Comisar is on his way to making amends for his wrongdoings, and everyone enjoys a good story about redemption. Through his powerful live demonstrations on national television, he is unquestionably the most qualified individual to educate society on fraud prevention. And there is no better time to do this than during the month of fraud prevention awareness.