Recently, a woman arrived at a house ready to move in. She’d paid the first month’s rent as well as a deposit, totaling 2,200 Canadian dollars (about $1,700).
She’d found the home listed online for rent, communicated with listers Sabrina and John and had all the details worked out.
When she got to the property on the small Maritime province of Prince Edward Island, she thought it was odd that the home she was renting had a “For Sale” sign in front of it, so she called the number of the real estate agent on the sign.
That’s when she discovered that the house wasn’t for rent, and it wasn’t owned by Sabrina and John. It was owned by Bryan and Kim Burt, who had never heard of her and were just as shocked as she was when they heard her side of the story.
“I had no idea this