Ms. Zhang said that more than 10 days ago, she rented a house and paid 15 thousand yuan rent. I didn't expect the real landlord to show up now. She had met a false landlord before. Ms. Zhang introduced that on March 10, she saw a rental information in Jiayuan Huadu District, Guanggu. After getting in touch, a 30-year-old man who claimed to be the landlord Zhang met with her and provided her with identity cards and real estate certificates. Ms. Zhang quickly signed a one year rental contract with her and paid 15 thousand yuan rent in three installments.
After living for 10 days, two days ago a man knocked on Ms. Zhang's door and said he was the real landlord Zhang. He also provided identity cards, real estate certificates, to the real estate part of the inquiry, Ms. Zhang found that this Zhang's certificate is true, and she signed a contract with a counterfeit card. Zhang said that on March 9, he rented the house to a man, and charged 2800 yuan in the form of "rent one bet one". These days, he dialed the rental man's phone can not be connected, looking for the door to understand the situation, only to find that he met a cheater. Now, the police have inquired about the matter. The police remind the public that when renting or conducting second-hand housing business, it is necessary to authenticate the identity card and property certificate provided by the other party to avoid being deceived.