Four advisors in four different states have lost the right to use the CFP certification over issues that range from personal financial troubles to outright fraud.

The CFP Board of Standards said Monday it had permanently revoked the advisors' right to use all CFP certification marks as the result of reviews by the Board's Disciplinary and Ethics Commission, which meets three times a year.

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