ID theft speaker James Munton demonstrated the Three Shell Game and discussed his new book with host Chris Flanagan on Good Morning Texas…
James Munton appeared on Good Morning Texas to demonstrate the rocks in a box scam.
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–verb (used with object)
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Looking for a keynote speaker who will entertain your audience and share his expertise on the fascinating subject of fraud and identity theft?
Speakers often fall into one of two camps. Some are dynamic and entertaining, but lack real content while others are knowledgeable and informative, but are so boring they send their audiences to sleep! It is rare to find a presenter who combines laugh-a-minute humor AND provides fascinating and useful information.
James Munton is a dynamic performer who both entertains and educates audiences on how to protect themselves from a wide range of high-tech and traditional scams.
In addition to appearing before corporate audiences and at association events, he has performed for Vice President Cheney, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and three times at the White House! While having a great time watching the “show,” his audiences receive a wealth of information and learn simple methods for identifying potential fraud and safeguarding their assets.
James offers two core speeches which can be customized to be relevant to your audience: