Hosted By: Anonymous host, using “A Concerned Citizen” as a moniker
Murder isn’t the only type of crime that completely changes the lives of those it reaches. In fact, “white collar crimes” have the ability to do the same – and Swindled is there to cover them.
From corruption and fraud to ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, you’ll find two episodes a month dedicated to exposing the truth in a new case.
Swindled Podcast Host:
The podcast has an anonymous host, that uses “A Concerned Citizen” as a moniker.
Praise from Listeners*:
- Thorough Research: The podcast showcases meticulous research, presenting a wealth of information that sheds light on the details of each case.
- Unbiased Approach: The host maintains an impartial stance, providing a balanced perspective while scrutinizing the actions of both individuals and corporations.
- Educational Value: Swindled not only entertains but also educates, empowering listeners with knowledge about the tactics used in financial crimes.
- Societal Relevance: The podcast sheds light on systemic issues, drawing attention to the need for corporate accountability and reform.
- Well-Produced: With high production quality and seamless storytelling, Swindled delivers a polished listening experience.
Criticisms from Listeners*:
- Lack of Diverse Perspectives: Some listeners have noted that Swindled could benefit from incorporating a wider range of perspectives and voices, particularly from those directly affected by the crimes or individuals with expertise in the field.
- Monotonous Tone: While the host’s authoritative tone is appreciated by many, some listeners have found it to be consistently monotone throughout the episodes, leading to a lack of variation in delivery style.
- Repetitive Structure: A few critics have mentioned that the podcast can become predictable in its episode structure, with each episode following a similar narrative arc. They feel that more variety in storytelling techniques could enhance the overall listening experience.
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