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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Police in Charlottetown are warning potential renters to be looking out for property rental scams forward of the upcoming post-secondary college 12 months.
Charlottetown Police Providers stated rip-off ads have a tendency to extend round July and August when college students seek for a spot to reside, mostly on social media.
As soon as a scammer receives fee for the pretend rental, communication with the sufferer is then minimize off.
Some warning indicators that an commercial could also be fraudulent embrace the advertiser avoiding assembly in-person, pressuring an individual to maneuver in or ship a deposit earlier than seeing the property or if the value is simply too good to be true.
Police stated different pink flags embrace spelling errors and poor grammar within the itemizing or if there isn’t a tenant screening course of.
Renters are suggested to analysis and go to any property earlier than agreeing to a rental, and to schedule an in-person assembly with the proposed landlord.
Anybody who has fallen sufferer to rental scams can contact native police or to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre by calling 1-888-495-8501.