Fresh fraud charges for ex-Morris County investment adviser

A former Morris County woman previously accused of bilking clients of her unregistered investment advisory firm has been hit with a fresh set of theft and fraud charges, the state Attorney General’s Office said today.

And among Janet Fooshee’s alleged victims was a retirement community where she allegedly volunteered as a bookkeeper, officials said.

A grand jury on Monday indicted Fooshee, 61, now of Maine, on charges that she stole more than $150,000 from the accounts of both her advisory firm’s clients and the retirement community, where she worked pro bono. Authorities say she put this money into the accounts of other clients in an effort to cover up their financial losses.

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Fresh fraud charges for ex-Morris County investment adviser

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One Response to “Fresh fraud charges for ex-Morris County investment adviser”

  1. StandUp Says:

    Watch your financial advisor!

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