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Canada Police searching for scammer pretending to be leasing agent in Bridgewater

14:58  07 june  2018
14:58  07 june  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Police are looking for a scammer who is advertising houses and apartments on the real-estate market, but doesn’t actually own them. The Bridgewater Police Force says the scammer has been directing people to take a walk around the vacant properties, then pay a deposit if interested.

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Police are looking for a scammer who is advertising houses and apartments on the real-estate market, but doesn’t actually own them.

The Bridgewater Police Force says the scammer has been directing people to take a walk around the vacant properties, then pay a deposit if interested.

“The deposits are then taken, not returned, and there is no house or apartment rented to the person that was looking to rent,” police said in a news release Wednesday.

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Police searching for scammer pretending to be leasing agent in Bridgewater . Police are looking for a scammer who is advertising houses and apartments on the real-estate market, but doesn’t actually own them.

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“The identity of scammers are unknown at this time,” police stated.

“Should you be a person who is looking to rent a property, be sure to check and verify the validity of the person who you are looking to rent from.”

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The Bridgewater Police Force is asking the public to contact them should they have any concerns with this type of activity.

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