31 episodes

Scammers, swindlers, and con-artists: they’re all woven into the fabric of what it means to be an American. We even live in a time where a reality TV star can scam his way into the White House!

ScamWow is the gripping podcast about infamous cons that will make you angry and awestruck at the same time. Comedians Sue Smith and Caitlin Brodnick walk you through the best scams ever, from current events to historic mobsters, and everything in between. Above all, the podcast focuses on great storytelling, with a fascination on fraud that might be… unhealthy?

Follow the hosts @suesmith666 and @caitybrodnick

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    • 4.2, 81 Ratings

Scammers, swindlers, and con-artists: they’re all woven into the fabric of what it means to be an American. We even live in a time where a reality TV star can scam his way into the White House!

ScamWow is the gripping podcast about infamous cons that will make you angry and awestruck at the same time. Comedians Sue Smith and Caitlin Brodnick walk you through the best scams ever, from current events to historic mobsters, and everything in between. Above all, the podcast focuses on great storytelling, with a fascination on fraud that might be… unhealthy?

Follow the hosts @suesmith666 and @caitybrodnick

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
81 Ratings

81 Ratings

Insanity Donkey ,

America: it's scams all the way down

Scams are American's defining crime and somehow have gotten even bigger in the "Information Age," with large swatchs of the country using MLMs as a retirement plan and essential oils for primary medical care. The best episodes of Scamwow are structured looks at scammers from American history and the headlines. The more skippable ones (for me) are the less-structured conversations with friends.

Ogdental ,

These wonderful ladies really grow on you

I started this podcast with high expectations; I figured it’d be “My Favorite Murder” but with scams. I wasn’t wrong, but it’s more than that. I was initially mildly irritated by the hosts and wasn’t loving the flow. If you start on episode one, push through! They quickly start to feel like dear friends of yours once they hit their stride. The episode that finally put this podcast into “I need to write my five-star review” territory for me was episode 20, about Audrey Kitching. It has everything you want in a podcast: humor, emotion, a gripping story, and interesting perspectives. If you weren’t sold by episode one, hang in there! Every episode just gets better!

podcasterQ ,

Refreshing Take on Scams with Two Hilarious Women

I looooove this podcast. I needed something to bridge the gap between My Favorite Murder episodes, and this is the perfect mix of women supporting each other, comedy, and, of course, scams. Love it!!

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