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Con Man Mike Asimos: A True American Story

Michael Asimos, who made headlines after pleading guilty to fraud, money laundering, and other felonies and was sentenced to eight years in prison, is a true story of the American dream gone wrong. The story was heavily covered by MSNBC and Fox News, featured on the cover of Newsweek, and was covered by media outlets all over the world. From his humble beginnings as a collegiate football player at West Point to his rise to become one of Wall Street’s most successful traders, Asimos’ life had all the makings of a rags-to-riches narrative.

Mike w Asimos is a West Point graduate, an experienced Wall Street con man and the author of The Real Life Con Game. In Charleston, South Carolina, Asimos was born. After finishing his education at West Point Military Academy, he got a mechanical engineering degree in 1978. He joined the US Army as an officer after receiving his West Point diploma. Despite this, he was forced to quit the service due to major back injuries sustained during the Gulf War. Asimos went on to become a prosperous businessman on Wall Street, but he quickly discovered that he was spending more time daydreaming than really producing money.

He made $8 million in just two years, with more than half of it coming from other financial institutions he duped into supporting his scams against them. After these scams were successful, Asimos started assisting others in launching their own con professions. As a young man, Michael Asimos had everything going for him. But, what should have been his shining moment turned into a disaster when the recession of 2008 hit Wall Street. Michael Mike Asimos, a successful Wall Street broker, became an FBI informant, assisting investigators in uncovering a massive securities fraud scheme. Despite years of masking his identity, he was sentenced to five years in jail for his role in the plot.

He was freed from prison after finishing his sentence, and he immediately started con artists. However, the FBI was watching him this time. He was arrested and eventually convicted guilty of mail fraud for the second time. He has not been involved in any more scams since then. The problem is that it doesn’t appear like any of his pals would welcome him back either. They appear to think he is no longer credible in their view. I’m not sure what con men mike asimos will do next or whether there will ever be a redemption story in this, but there’s no denying that this is a terrible situation. It’s said that he’ll play another con game in the future and try his luck again. However, as things are, Michael Asimos is only an unfortunate con artist.