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Central Coast family learns their home was being offered for rent online » Scammer News

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Apartment hunting on the Central Coast can be a nightmare with housing being so scarce.

“I had to apply so fast for everything, it was really hard,” said Hailey Hall, who studies at Cal Poly.

Finding a place to rent is quite the challenge.

“I actually just moved down for the spring semester, so I had to do a lease take over because I didn’t have that many options, so I just took whatever they had at the time,” explained Yvonne Daskaloff, who is a student at Cuesta College.

Scammers feed off of that desperate need to move to the Central Coast.

“One of my friends who has been looking for housing, she messaged me and said hey isn’t this your house,” explained Maegann Jackson, whose home was listed for rent without her consent. “It was all pictures from when I first saw on the MLS, and I’ve owned it for three years.”

Jackson was shocked to find out that her Templeton home had been listed for rent online…

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