To Advise Customers On How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off

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Wants to help people not fall victim to ripoff scam artists.

News Image is starting a major initiative to make sure their customers don't get ripped off in the housing market, the company announced yesterday.

“There are a lot of bad people in the real estate industry, and a ton of people get ripped off,” a spokesman said. “But we realized that an educational campaign can help put a stop to that, so that's exactly what we are going to do.”

The initiative will start out in the members' area of the site with articles about what people can do to make sure that they are not ripped off when buying or selling a house, he said. Then it will gradually spread out through their social media channels, and finally onto their blog.

“The number of ways you can get ripped off buying or selling real estate is astounding,” spokesman said. “It will take us time to roll out all the details of the different type of ripoff scams we've come across, but we will educate people and help make sure they do not get ripped off.”

The initiative will be ongoing and will not cost their customers any additional fees, he said.

“This isn't something we are doing for profit; it's simply because we like our customers and don't want them to get ripped off,” he said. “We will outline every single ripoff scam we are aware of, and then go into great detail about how to avoid them.”


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