Rent My Vacation Home (RMVH) Helps Chamber of Commerce Stop Scams in 2011

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Rent My Vacation Home (RMVH) reaches out to Chamber of Commerece in every state in the USA, The Rent My Vacation Home system is stoping vacation home scams and fraud across America

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Chamber of Commerece in every state in the USA to help stop the scam and fraud that takes place every year

Rent My Vacation Home (RMVH) reaches out to Chamber of Commerce in every state in the USA please call 800-699-RMVH (7684) to help stop the scam and fraud that takes place every year. The way the program works is if a member uses a Chamber of Commerce to travel this service is 100 percent free to list and join if that office is listed with Rent My Vacation Home and the vacationer uses our check out system.

Then Rent My Vacation Home works directly with law enforcement and has a scam bulletin board on its site to post the event to warn other people and help the FBI. Rent My Vacation Home will refund the money to the vacationer and will help in the investigation. Rent My Vacation Home Insures every rental so this terrible crime does not continue. Many of the Chamber of Commerce departments in the USA do not have the resources to investigate every vacation home, that’s why Rent My Vacation Home not only investigates but insures every stay.

Rent My Vacation Home would like free of charge to list all local chamber of commerce with this service.
Rental scams were among the top complaints to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center this year.

The swindles typically start with phony advertisements for rentals at affordable, sometimes rock-bottom prices. They're posted on such well-known websites, but also on fly-by-night ones that purport to be the online homes of legitimate real estate brokers or rental companies. Others turn up in newspaper classifieds and online chat boards.

Vacation rental scams can be avoided with a little common sense and using site like Rent My Vacation Home.

The ads are sometimes dressed up with photos and property descriptions stolen from home sale listings on legitimate real estate websites.
When inquiring, the scammers may reply using a real broker's name to give the fraud more legitimacy, the FBI warns. When asked to submit an application form. Through email or telephone exchanges, a deal is struck. Told that money needed upfront, with a wire transfer or personal check.

Then bad keys, a rental agreement or other indicators of a legit transaction, but it's all a scam. When arriving, it is to learn that the dwelling is occupied, doesn't exist or that nonworking keys were sent and now the money's gone. The information, put down on that application form may leave you open to identity theft.

Rent My Vacation Home system is free to insure every rental. The Rent My Vacation Home system combines insurance and credit card verification to its homes listed on site at check out. This 2011 don’t take chances; insure the vacation with Rent My Vacation Home system.


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