Financial Planner Stole Clients’ Identities

A former financial planner was sentenced to two years in prison and three years of probation for stealing personal identity information of about 3,000 clients and using the information to open new accounts, make purchases and cash advances and reroute the clients’ mail.

Andrew W. Myers, 33, a former financial planner at Northwestern Mutual and One America – American United Life in Indianapolis pleaded guilty to identity theft Tuesday.

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