Miami Vacation Rentals Complaints

As summer appears time off is being requested by hard working consumers and families are planning their vacations. Many of these travelers plan to visit Florida and will fall victim to Miami vacation rentals fraud and city and government agencies will be flooded with Miami vacating rentals complaints.

ConsumerAffairs.com, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) and the FBI receive many complaints from travelers who have fallen victim to scams involving Miami vacation rentals fraud. Many of these Miami vacation rentals complaints were from victims of internet crime and classified ads like Craigslist.org.

Here’s an example: After searching properties a couple booked their Miami accommodations from an advertisement they found off the internet. Once they were convinced the vacation property was nice and in a good location with a great view the couples paid the deposit and were on their way to Florida.

Unfortunately after a whole day of driving they were horrified when they pulled up to there Miami accommodations . Their vacation rental was located at the end of a block that was lined with open garbage cans and dirty boxes. Too make it worse their view was of the back of a house they saw from across an alley.

If this couple had done some research and new how to spot a scam then they would not be victims of Miami vacation rentals fraud. Consumers and vacation travelers loose millions of dollars from internet scammers and vacation rental fraud. Any one that thinks they have been victim of Miami Vacation Rentals Fraud through the internet or has Miami Vacation Rentals Complaints from being scammed please contact Internet Crime Complaint Center at http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx.


 

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