Experts warn people to be aware of rental scams during vacation season
With vacation season upon us, experts warn people to be aware of potential scams when renting vacation homes.
A man in Penfield wanted to take his family on vacation, and upon arrival found broken light fixtures, dirty floors, and holes in the walls at their AirBNB in Saratoga Springs.
CJ Infantino, the renter, stated it was clear that either the host was not taking care of the property or someone before them left an extensive amount of damage.
He stated after checking out, the host left a positive review of the family and highly recommended them. A few hours later, Infantino was given a notice of property damage worth $1,500.
Melanie McGovern from the Better Business…