That vacation rental listing could be a scam. These are the warning signs to look out for

Econ & Housing

Ozgurcankaya | E+ | Getty ImagesBefore you book a rental property for a summer getaway, you may want to double check that you’re not getting scammed.This week, New York State Attorney General Letitia James issued a warning for consumers seeking rental properties.”Summer plans can quickly melt if consumers aren’t careful when they book their getaway,”…

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