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They first learned of the alleged fraud after a real estate agent introduced her clients to them as the soon-to-be residents of the Kaweckis' house, The Star reported back in July.RELATED: Woman warns other seniors about scams That prompted Doug Emerson -- who knew the couple planned to live in their house for the rest of their lives -- to investigate online.
27 to move out, according to an update on the page.
The Kaweckis, both in their late 80s, have been facing eviction for months after they signed over the deed to the home to their grandson, who allegedly mortgaged the property to the maximum with three loans and defaulted on all of them, the couple said.
The relative also allegedly sold the house without their knowledge.
Titled “Webcam 101 for Seniors,” the You Tube video has been viewed more than 5.5 million times within the last few days. In a world with no shortage of bad news every day, this story is different.
During the video, Bruce Huffman makes “monkey faces,” sings, and sweetly tells his wife her hair looks nice and jokes that he wants to see her “boobies.” Esther Huffman tries to be more serious and figure out why the camera wouldn’t take a picture.