With summer just around the corner, many people may be planning a move to a new home. Scammers are fully aware of these trends, and have been taking photos from real estate websites, and posting information about the home on websites such as Craigslist, hotpads.com, and Trulia. The scammer or con-artist will have a story such as they tried to sell the house or had to relocate and weren’t able to get the home sold before they had to move. The “owner” asks for a deposit and asks one to fill out an application form or reply to the “questionnaire,” which is attached to the email. They will even advise they are not concerned with your credit. This is not the only scenario they are using to try and scam you so be cautious before you open your pocketbook.