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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Attorney General’s office issues warning about rental scams

The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice warned Delawareans to be careful when they are looking for a vacation rental.

The scams have been reported in the past in Delaware.

The scammers operating rental scam schemes find legitimate rental postings and capture the information and photos of the property, and then list properites on Craigslist or other online advertising platforms.

Unsuspecting consumers looking for a good deal on a vacation rental find the bogus posting, send a deposit, and receive confirmation of their rental only to arrive and find other people in the home, are unable to gain access, or are otherwise turned away from the property they believed they had rented.



Anonymous said...

Cannon ???

Anonymous said...

why would anybody do anything listed on Craig's List?