Property managers are often contacted by people looking for details about the house.
We have faith in them, so they won’t cause us any inconvenience when we find the perfect home to rent.
We will be provided with information about the house, the security deposit amount, and the rents.
However, some property management firms take undue advantage of people’s situations and fool them.
A few days ago, I was scammed by property agents. My family and I decided to move to a different place.
We usually ask for a security deposit when moving to a new location.
This is the same amount we paid at the first rent agreement.
It was my home for one year. I paid both my security deposit as well as the rent on time.
These cruel people demanded an additional amount as rent from me. They refused to give me any details about the amount.
Every month, someone comes to my house to collect extra rent. We asked them about their rental fees, and they said they were part of the rent payments.
These fraudulent practices caused problems for all clients, including me.
They did not inform us about the rent increases or other details. Each house was charged a flat fee.
Even though we stayed one year, there were no facilities at the house.
The house needed extensive repairs. Ceilings had many cracks and holes, and they were leaking.
I tried several times to find a solution with the property managers. All my efforts went in vain.
They did not respond to my calls or emails.
Without glasses, the windows were in bad condition. I paid my money to fix the drinks.
We didn’t have adequately renovated bathrooms even after paying the security deposit and timely rents.
Bathroom tiles had been damaged. Our daily problems were made worse by a leakage in the walls.
There is no disposal area for waste and rubbish. The property agents did not address our serious problems.
They made up excuses for us. I also didn’t receive the rental agreement documents.
They increased the value of the house as they wanted.
I did not receive any notice before the rental amount increased.
I was one of many people in the area who were low-income.
Even though they knew this, the property managers continued to charge flat rents on all houses.
We were shocked when we had to leave the house.
We generally get the security deposit back that we paid first.
These cheaters didn’t give us the security deposit back.
Their criminal attitude towards other tenants and me was the worst.
One of their managers threatened us with the gun when asked to return our security deposits.
A court must convict these criminals. These fraudsters should be avoided.