Welcome to the murky world of moneylenders in modern-day Britain.
Prepare yourself to enter a cold, hard, brutal environment where a loan for £10,000 can turn into a debt for £100,000 in a matter of weeks.
With the worldwide financial recession biting hard, many ordinary, previously law-abiding citizens have been forced to deal with the criminal underworld for cash loans in order to survive.
This is the true story of one family man who found himself trapped in a financial meltdown that was beyond his worst nightmares. Jason Shifrin was brought up in a happy, solid family where his hard-working father provided everything a middle-class family could ever need.
He rubbed shoulders with Lord Alan Sugar and was friends with his family. Jason took his first steps towards being a self-made tycoon but when those early attempts failed, it led to Jason spending half his adult life running from the mob after getting into debt to gangster moneylenders to the tune of almost ten million pounds.
As a result, Jason leads a bizarre double life as a loving husband and father, while also having to be the ultimate ducker and diver, afraid of his own shadow in case a bullet has his name on it.
In order to survive, Jason even hired the services of one of the country's most notorious criminals to keep all the other gangsters off his back.
He has travelled the world in pursuit of get-rich-quick schemes that might help him pay off his debts.
‘Money, Money, Money’ presents a portrait of a middle-class Jewish boy trapped in a deadly world of violent, trigger-happy criminals.