RGL Forensics Featured on Dateline NBC

Press ReleaseMarch 2013

Legal / Corporate

RGL Professionals Randy Wilson, Carly Farbman, and Amber Reeder appeared on the award-winning news show Dateline NBC Sunday night. The segment, entitled “It Could Happen to You,” focused on the current financial standing of past lottery winners.

RGL was contacted by Dateline to assist one of the segment’s subjects in identifying where a large share of her winnings had disappeared to.

In stepped the RGL team in St. Louis, led by Randy, the firm’s Director of Fraud and Fidelity Services. Randy and his team reviewed the winner’s financial records and assessed how she arrived at her current financial standing.

Click here to watch the segment.

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