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Rental Properties, LLC
6475 County Road 203, Durango, CO 81301
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This business is not BBB accredited.
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Reason for Rating
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Factors that affect the rating for Rental Properties, LLC include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- Length of time business has been operating
- No complaints filed with BBB
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Additional Complaint Information
BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado has learned this company is advertising a work-at-home job offer, wherein consumers are instructed to purportedly collect rent checks from tenants and then forward the alleged rent payments to the business. Upon closer inspection, however, it appears this business is simply running a fraudulent check scam. One consumer reported that after receiving a check, she was instructed to deposit the check in her own account, keep 10% as her fee, and wire the remaining amount to a third party in another state.
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Work-At-Home Companies Property Management
Additional Tradenames, Addresses & Phone Numbers
BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado has verified that the business is not located at the address listed above. BBB is unable to verify the actual location of this business. The address listed in this Business Review actually belongs to an unrelated company, Trimble Spa & Natural Hot Springs, LLC. A separate Business Review is available by following this link, Trimble Spa & Natural Hot Springs, LLC.
BBB serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado advises that consumers across the country are being defrauded by counterfeit check scams. BBB strongly advises consumers to not send money to these companies.
The most common type of scam involves a counterfeit cashier’s check, traditionally considered a trusted form of payment. Unfortunately, the advent of high quality printers and scanners is making it easier for counterfeiters to produce official-looking checks of all types and caliber, including cashier’s checks.
Consumers should be aware that the problem occurs when a consumer deposits the counterfeit check in a bank account and, a few days later, asks the financial institution if the money is “available.” When told yes, the consumer assumes that they can safely draw upon that money. That is not the case! Until the financial institution can confirm the funds have been “finally collected”, the consumer is responsible for any funds they may withdraw against that check deposit. The amount of time it can take for the bank to finally collect the money can vary, particularly with out-of-state or out-of-country checks.
In most cases, victims report that they wired money to the check issuer only to find that the deposited check was uncollectible. This has happened to consumers who were told they won an international lottery and were advised to pay a clearance fee or taxes out of their “winnings” check; consumers who responded to work-at-home opportunities and were told to deposit a cashier’s check and then wire money elsewhere; and to online auction sellers who accepted certified checks for payment from far-away buyers and sent the merchandise, only to discover later that the checks were counterfeit.
The BBB offers tips to evaluate the legitimacy of checks you receive from individuals or businesses that you do not know:
* Independently verify that the check is drawn from an actual account at a legitimate financial institution. Do not rely on the telephone number listed on the check. Use directory assistance to get the telephone number of the financial institution and call them to verify the check.
* Do not rely on the money until the funds have been finally collected by your financial institution. Funds “availability” is not good enough.
* If you have any questions about whether a transaction is legitimate, talk to your bank or credit union.