Paul Allen has more money than most can ever dream of seeing, but he's still susceptible to the same pitfalls plaguing millions of people.
According to KING 5 News, the Seahawks owner had his identity stolen by former solider Brandon Price, who changed the address on Allen's bank account and then told the bank that he had lost his debit card.
After the bank sent him a replacement card, Price tried to pay off his personal loans and make a $15,000 wire transfer. He's expected to plead guilty to bank fraud and faces 30 years in prison.
Allen, who also owns the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers, ranks No. 20 on the Forbes 400 list with an estimated net worth of $13.5 billion. He's currently the NFL's richest owner.
As a wise man once said, "Mo' Money Mo' Problems."