Mar 20, 2012

Rental Scams

If you are a newlywed and do not own your own condo or house you probably are looking for a nice apartment to live in.

I know you will be searching the Internet for the best possible deal. Once you have found your ideal place to live I suggest you leave the Internet and deal with the landlord in person. Why you might ask? There aren't many rental scams that originate on the Internet and the schemers are from foreign countries such as Nigeria. These con men will steal photographs of legitimate property and use them in a bogus ads that is why it is so important to physically inspect the house that you want to rent, if the so-called landlord can not meet you or have a representative meet you at the property there is definitely something wrong. Do not send any money or personal information over the Internet or through Western Union as you will have your identity stolen and lose your deposit. The safest way to prevent any of these scenario happening to you is deal with a reputable real estate agent or company in the area you want to rent. Good luck in your search for an apartment remember use common sense and you will be okay.

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