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Family loses thousands in rental property scam from home they found on AHRN.com | #phishing | #scams | #hacking | #aihp


COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (KDVR) — A family new to Denver metro area was scammed out of thousands of dollars from what they thought was a deposit on a new home to rent.

Antion Gray is the man who was planning on moving his family into that home in Commerce City on 104th Place.

He’s in the Navy Reserve and used a military website to start this process. He’s used it before and never thought it would be a place he would get scammed.

“You think you’re coming out here for something great and somebody just destroys what you have,” Gray said.

Everything seemed to be golden for their move. They even did a walkthrough of the home. So they paid the first month’s rent and deposit totaling $2,700, but things went downhill fast. Their first red flag was how the “said owner” wanted them to pay $700 for a locksmith.

Gray put his family in a hotel for the night before move-in day, but then all he got was silence — to the point the number he’d been communicating with completely stopped working.

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