The Oklahoma Securities Commission collaborates with the University of Oklahoma OUTREACH to create a series of award winning securities fraud documentaries and informational videos developed to educate Oklahomans on the methods
of securities fraud scams and securities fraud prevention. These powerful documentaries profile some of Oklahoma’s most recent
securities fraud cases; using eyewitness accounts, dramatizations and actual events as they occurred.
“Anatomy of Fraud: Catching a Con in Pottawatomie County”:
A 28 minute documentary that
exposes the intricate workings of a classic Ponzi scheme by profiling one of Oklahoma’s multimillion-dollar securities fraud cases
run by William “Bill” Hickman, Sr. of the Hickman Agency in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Narrated by Rex Linn. Winner of the
2006 Silver Davey/Videographer "Award of Excellence". >>View now
“Investor Protection Presentation”:
An informational video detailing the Oklahoma Securities Commission, the
common types of investment fraud, how to protect yourself from investment fraud and scam artists, and what to do if you become the victim
of investment fraud. Presented by Irving Faught. Narrated by Rex Linn. 20 Minutes. >>View now
“Anatomy of a Fraud: The Rogue Broker”: Subtitled the Mini Madoff, this second documentary in the
Invest Ed® series explores how Marsha Schubert transitioned from a once legitimate and successful stock broker in Crescent, Oklahoma
to a fraudulent Ponzi scam artist. Narrated by Rex Linn. 26 minutes. Winner of a
2010 Gold AVA Award. >>View now
“Anatomy of a Fraud: The Casanova Con”” : Love gone wrong. Serial con artist, Matthew McClintock, used online dating
websites to lure innocent, single women into his web of deception and investment fraud. Includes victim interviews and case-related interviews with Oklahoma
Securities Commission staff and state law enforcement officials. Also includes details of McClintock’s crimes outside the state of Oklahoma.
For more information on any of these videos, please contact Lisa Angelotti at 405.325.5162 or