It's every retiree's nightmare.

Instead of enjoying the comfortable $1.26 million retirement they thought they had socked away, a married couple from Maryland unknowingly spent years whittling down their nest egg to $165,000 through principal withdrawals, thanks to a long-running deception on the part of their former adviser.

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