'Survivor' star Mike Skupin lands in the Hall of Shame

'Survivor' star Mike Skupin lands in the Hall of Shame

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Many people know Mike Skupin from the hit TV show "Survivor." He appeared on the show twice and, in perhaps his most memorable moment, was burned in a fire and had to be medevaced off the island. Or maybe the most memorable moment was when he stabbed a pig to survive?

Now he's back living in metro Detroit and running a new financial sharing business, Pay it Forward. But those who have paid into the business tell Fox 2 they want to take it back.

Rob Wolcheck puts Skupin and his business through the Hall of Shame test - does he survive?

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to watch Wolchek's report

If you have put money in Skupin's 'Pay it Forward' business and have not received your pay out you can file a complaint with the Attorney General's office online.

LINK: https://secure.ag.state.mi.us/complaints/consumer.aspx

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