Oct 6, 2011

Rental Property Fraud

After your wedding you will be looking for a nice apartment or house to settle down with your new husband or wife. While looking through the classifieds you come upon a very attractive deal on a condo or apartment. There is a wonderful floor plan and even photos of the property this seems like just the perfect place for you.

You must be very careful when it seems like it is too good to be true because it normally is. There is a scam now that advertises rental property at a very discounted rate it is made to look as legitimate as possible. When you inquire about the property these unscrupulous con men will ask you for a deposit or bank information to verify your income. Do not fall for this as it is a scam and once you have sent them a deposit on the necessary information they need to steal your identity you will find out that this property does not exist when you go to visit the location.

Before you give any information or send money visit the property first to make sure that it really belongs to them and asked for bank references and real estate credentials as a legitimate person will have all of this available. Most cities require a occupational license ask for this also this can be verified through your local government. So be careful out there they are many unscrupulous people waiting to pounce on an unsuspecting young couple.

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