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Two different clients--each "sophisticated business people"--bilked out of more than $20,000 each in a similar sublet scam.
So you want to rent apartment in New York City? Better be careful. NY State Attorney Gen. Schneiderman is warning about Craigslist scams.
A renter/victim of a craigslist scammer put his/her dog to sleep when the building with an apartment being "offered" in the scam was said not to allow dogs.
The details are always a little different, but the substance of the story is always the same; young and new to the city, the victim uses craigslist to find an apartment for rent. It's free, so it's a bargain, right?
Rent Direct is a compromise between paying a broker fee or spending hours wading through junk craigslist posts. I think it's a pretty good deal: you can see all of their listings for free, without addresses. If you want the addresses, you pay a fixed amount...
The most common scam involves legitimate rental offers, which scam artists are doctoring and posting on listing services such as Craigslist for lower rents,
Eight Irish students were scammed out of thousands of dollars after being told a luxurious loft apartment was available to them for summer rental in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
We\'ve brought you Craigslist scams and Craigslist nightmares, but now we present a bona fide Craigslist horror story! One unsuspecting Phoenix man recently moved into a shared home he found on the classified-ad web site, with no idea of the situation he was moving into.
More freaky people on Craigslist with rooms for rent looking for you to move into their freaky habitats.
But shortly after our cab dropped us off in front of our alleged apartment building, this quickly and horribly turned out not to be the case. That’s right, we had become the victims of a craigslist scam, which turned our LA arrival into a nightmarish mix of lugging our bags back and forth through the city.
A reader wants to know, \"I’ve been looking for apartments on craig’s list and I find these beautiful 3 bedroom or 4 bedroom apartments in NYC for $1000 or less. What is the catch.\". The catch is -- it could be a scam. Look at these reader responses.
BEWARE OF SCAM On Apt. Rentals! Date: 2009-12-21, 8:56AM EST Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org Some crooks just tried scamming me. They promised the most gorgeous apartment in Manhattan but refused to show the place to my friend unless I wired them some money. Almost fell for it as the ad...Read more