Two alleged victims of WF broker speak out
FARGO -- In the grand scheme of things, losing an entire retirement nest egg might not be as bad as losing one's husband.
But when the former is linked to the latter, as it was for one of the alleged victims of a West Fargo investment broker accused of defrauding 18 clients out of more than $900,000, the worry, shame and betrayal of trust are greater than the sum of its parts.
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