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Elderly Thousand Oaks California Couple Face Eviction after Being Scammed by Grandson

Hank Kawecki and Helen Kawecki are about to be evicted from their home of 56 years.

Chadd Moore, their grandson, offered to “help” his grandparents two years ago when they needed a loan. He proposed they put their house in his name while he supported them financially for the rest of their lives.

Moore then mortgaged the property and defaulted on the almost $500,000 he took out on three loans. He purportedly spent all the money in Las Vegas.

Neighbor Doug Emerson has been helping the Kaweckis and has started a GoFundMe page to pay for legal fees to fight the eviction, which has been stayed for 60 days by a judge.

Read the original article in the New York Daily News.

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