Recently, Mr. Liu called the newspaper hotline, saying that in the early days, he searched the Internet for rent and rented a suite. After three months of rent, they moved out. But after two months of residence, a surnamed Du called to the door and said that he was the real landlord. "At the end of May, I saw the house on the Internet in XX. The rent of one month was 1500 yuan. I felt it was quite suitable. I was in contact with Mr. Yang, who claimed to be the landlord." Mr. Liu said.
"He said the house was just bought and I wanted to rent it out without planning to live. I gave him the rent of 4,500 yuan for three months on a business trip in a hurry." Mr. Liu said that he didn't expect to sign the contract before, but he wanted to see his ID card with the other party. "I called him after I checked in, but no one answered, and I didn't care about it beforehand." Mr. Liu said.
However, when the real landlord Mr. Du came to the door, Mr. Liu realized that he was deceived by the fake landlord, and Mr. Yang, who claimed to be the landlord, had stopped calling. According to Mr. Du, the landlord, the house was due to expire in the early June, but because the fake landlord Yang rented the house for 2 years, and a month's rent was repaid, so there was no hurry to rush the rent. "Mr. landlord is very good, let me stay first, first look for this false landlord, and so on when the house expires." Mr. Liu once reported the matter to the police station, and the police station was dealing with it. This reporter interviewed the personnel of the rental agency, the task personnel to the reporter, if the tenants from the landlord must check the property certificate and the landlord ID card and other related documents, to verify the relevant information, so as not to be deceived.