'G-Spot' financial advisor pleads guilty to $1.5m Ponzi scheme

'G-Spot' financial advisor pleads guilty to $1.5m Ponzi scheme

Celebrity financial advisor Jennifer Killins, author of a book on finding your financial "G-Spot," has pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud and running a series of scams that defrauded about 20 victims of over $1.5 million.

According to an agreed statement of facts, as reported in the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Killins took out personal loans in her clients’ names without informing them, redeemed money from clients’ RRSPs without their knowledge, and fraudulently used one victim’s credit card.

Killins sought to cultivate a celebrity image. According to her bio on pro-seminars.com, a site that claims to offer quality, affordable, continuing education, “Jenn is bold, humorous, sassy, and empathetic, as well as a strong advocate for the passion she has for the “G Spot.”

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