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09
Apr

More Allegations of Fraud in Cuesta Title Case

Cuesta Title is once again in the news, as the woman who served as its North County branch manager and senior escrow officer is accused of conflict of interest and mishandling of funds given to escrow by an investor.

Melanie Schneider is accused in a lawsuit by investor Michael Hawkins of mishandling Hawkins’ money, failing to give him title to a property his money was supposed to purchase in the Vista del Hombre golf course development. Hawkins states that Schneider did not have an arms-length distance from developer Kelly Gearhart, but actually lived on Gearhart’s property in his guesthouse when Schneider separated from her husband.

Read the well-written Full Article in the San Luis Obispo Tribune.

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