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CFP Board Disciplines 24 Planners
Friday, June 15, 2012
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Seven filed for bankruptcy. One was convicted of drunken driving multiple times. Some were found to have forged documents, misrepresented investments to clients or lied about their commissions. Others stole money outright -- including planner Sandra Venetis of Branchburg, N.J., who was convicted of defrauding her clients of more than $11 million over 15 years.

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