I was in the process of moving to hollywood california and looking for a high end condo to rent. There were these gorgeous luxury condos across the street from my friend's apartment building that I fell in love with. After searching there internet for the number to reach the manager I finally found a few listings for the building. I called the number and set up an appointment to see the property. The next morning I met up with Ashton at the building for a tour. Everything seemed great and I lived the place. I face him my info and returned back home to utah to start getting everything ready to move. He called me almost everyday trying to get me to put the deposit down over his website paypal account. Even though I want planning on moving for another month when my lease was up. He constantly kept trying to convince us that her needed the deposit so he could show the owners we were serious. Which was weird to us. We had filed out the app and were told that we were approved and everything was ready to go. We tod him that when we were ready to move down there we would pay our deposit and rent. Which is the normal thing to do I thought. After a few weeks of him telling us we needed the deposit we gave in seeing it was close to our departure. That's when all the problems started. He called the next day stating that he needed us to full out another application. Well, 1 we were supposedly already approved. 2 did you lose our application? Giving him the benefit of the doubt we faxed over another app. A few days later he said that he was going to meet with the owners to get everything ready. He called after the meeting and once again said we were good to go. now mind you. We packed our house and had a uhaul ready to go and on our way to california. The next thing we know the day before our planned departure day he called and said there was a problem with our application and that the deposit was non refundable!! He hung up the phone and hasn't answered since. I scoured the internet trying to find the number of the building directly since it was a privately owned building and had no website.. I finally found a number and called.. I spoke with the manager of the building and to our suprise she had never even gotten or seen our application. So basically he was playing us from the beginning. It just amazes me that someone would put their license on the line for a couple thousands dollars . Beware of this crook
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