Jamrus-Kassim, who had been free on bond, was immediately taken into custody.
From 2007 to late 2009, several of Jamrus-Kassim's clients cashed out large portions of their retirement accounts, apparently thinking they were re-investing the money. In reality, the money went to Jamrus-Kassim, who spent tens of thousands of dollars on a psychic hotline, clothes, jewelry and a trip to Mexico.
An investigation by the Washington insurance commissioner's Special Investigations Unit led to her arrest in March.
And Bankers Life and Casualty, one of the companies that Jamrus-Kassim worked for, agreed last month to repay the money that Jamrus-Kassim stole.
Sentencing in King County Superior Court is slated for Nov. 18.